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(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Arroyo’s Jim Singiser is entering his 13th year as the head coach of the Knights. And while his face will be familiar as he patrols the sidelines on Friday nights there will be several other new faces on the Knights coaching staff.
Deshawn Potts graduated, and Miles Bryant transferred to St. Francis. Ryan Maddox retired as did a majority of the coaching staff. With Kurt Scoby also graduating in June Monrovia suddenly had several issues to address.
(Whittier)- The LA KISS held open tryouts Sunday at Whittier College. Over 75 players showed up in all from California and other places. The Players participated in various drills including the 40 yard dash, shuttle drills, linemen competition and passing and receiving skills.
(El Monte) – West Covina beat Northview 30-18 to win the SGV Shootout at Arroyo Saturday. The Bulldogs, not traditionally a passing team, knocked off Monrovia in the semi finals before dispatching of Northview. Monrovia beat Whittier Christian in the consolation game.
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
(Covina) – Covina quaterback Billy Livingston has committed to play his college football at Cal Lutheran. Livingston led the Colts to the Mid-Valley Division Semi Finals last year where they fell to eventual champion Monrovia.
Less than two weeks and counting…this Friday night there will be numerous scrimmages through out the area and then the following Thursday (September 1), the high school football season kicks off.
Monrovia’s George Frazier is ready to take his spot behind center after the graduation of the dynamic Nick Bueno. Frazier got in some work last year at QB but spent most of his time at linebacker. The Wildcat faithful have been anxiously awaiting Frazier’s debut. The wait will be over in September. The only question: Is G5 a better linebacker […]
So now that the final high school football game of the season has been played it’s time we turn our attention to…high school football?