Tag Archives: Myles Carr

The Peterson Principle: 10/6/14

By Tim Peterson Don’t be fooled by the final score. La Mirada didn’t mess around with Bellflower. This was domination in every sense of the word. The Matadores were bigger, stronger and definitely much faster. Tony Brown is every bit as advertised.

Game Night: Week One

Thursday 8/30 Covina (0-1) at La Puente (0-0) La Puente has Ivan Vasquez returning at quarterback and looks like a team that will contend in the Montview. The Warriors might be the favorites. It could be a long year for Covina. The Colts defense isn’t bad but offense is struggling. La Puente wins. La Puente […]

The Peterson Principle 5/21/12

Would it be a stretch to say Arcadia in the Pacific?  The league is in flux. Burbank and Crescenta Valley have lost a lot of players to graduation, as did Pasadena. The Bulldogs have Brandon Cox, the best quarterback in the league, but does he have enough around him?

Apache Myles Carr Verbally Commits to Stony Brook University

By Saile Ramirez Myles Carr, who has been at the helm of Arcadia’s offense for nearly three seasons, has verbally committed to Stony Brook University located in New York.

Matadores Rally Shocks Apaches

  (Arcadia) – With 9:39 remaining in the third quarter, La Mirada could’ve dropped its head and finished out the season after getting down by 18 points. Instead, the Matadores rallied from that deficit to shock Arcadia 31-28 to move on to the Southeast Division Semi-finals next Friday night.

Game Night Southeast Division: La Mirada at Arcadia

La Mirada (Suburban #1) at Arcadia (Pacific #2) Game Time: 7pm Where: Arcadia High School

Heavy Medel in Arcadia

(Arcadia) – The ghosts of playoffs past have been exorcised from Salter Stadium on Friday night as Arcadia dominated in its opening round of the Southeast Division playoffs with a 39-13 victory over Bonita.

Game Night Southeast Division: Week Eight

THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 All games start at 7pm.

Arcadia 49 Hoover 7

Arcadia’s first team made short work of Hoover to continue to keep pace with Burroughs after a 49-7 win.

Muir 42 Hoover 0

The Mustangs recorded their first win in Pacific League play by dominating the Tornadoes.