Tag Archives: NFL

The Peterson Principle: 6/21/2020

By Tim Peterson Anybody else forget that the Dodgers acquired Mookie Betts? I saw a headline the other day that reminded me that yes, he was indeed a Dodger.

Q & A with Bonita HC Steve Bogan

Steve Bogan has been an area head football coach for 26 years including a 20-year stint at South Hills where he won 4 CIF titles and 10 league championships. He then spent four years as the head coach at Maranatha before taking the helm at Bonita prior to the 2018 season. His resume includes over […]

Williams’ Top Five

Jack Williams has had a hugely successful run at Downey for the last 10 years which includes a CIF championship in 2012. Here are his Top 5 players that he has coached and coached against:

Q & A With Los Altos HC Travis Brown

Travis Brown took over as the Los Altos head coach in 2018 and has an overall record of 13-10 in his two seasons. The Conquerors have made the playoffs both years.

Ceniceros’ Top Five

El Monte HC Jesse Ceniceros gives his top five players from his time at Norwalk, Bloomington and his current spot at El Monte.

Get to Know New Mountain View HC Paul Rodriguez

By George Hernandez Paul Rodriguez is entering his first season as the head football coach at Mountain View

The Peterson Principle: 1/01/2020

By Tim Peterson It’s not really too late for USC to fire Clay Helton. Mike Bohn, the Athletic Director, simply needs to say “I changed my mind.”

Chargers Fall in Home Finale

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers allowed touchdowns on Oakland’s final possession of the second quarter and the opening series of the third quarter and never recovered in a 24-17 loss to the Raiders Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park. It was the last game for the Chargers at the Stadium in Carson.

Chargers Turn it Over to Vikings

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers turned the ball over seven times and were shut out in the second half in a 39-10 loss to Minnesota Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park.

Chargers Get Their Kicks in Win over Packers

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers used four Michael Badgley field goals and a couple of second half touchdowns to beat Green Bay 26-11 Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park before a large contingent of Packer supporters.