Tag Archives: Pasadena Football

McKay’s Top Five

Michael McKay has been coaching high school football for about 25 years. His first job was at Newman High School freshman team (where Payton and Eli Manning went). Locally he has had stops at Culver City, Eagle Rock, Glendale, Glendale College, Montebello, Temple City, Pasadena and Monrovia. Here are the Top 5 players that he […]

Falcons Pound Bulldogs

By Rich Whittington (Pasadena) – The Crescenta Valley Falcons utilized a potent and methodical ground attack, as well as a stingy, hard hitting defense, to literally “pound” the host Pasadena Bulldogs Friday evening, en route to a 28-17 Pacific League victory.

Fresno State’s Reyna, Comstock Ready for USC

(Fresno) – Jorge Reyna, who led Downey to a CIF title as a sophomore and later played at Pasadena and Steven Comstock who started for four years at Northview are now both quarterbacks at Fresno State.

Pasadena Kicks it off with Win Over St. Genevieve

By MVS Staff (Van Nuys) – Dante Cornell threw a pair of touchdown passes and Cameron Taylor returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown to lead Pasadena to a 28-7 win over St. Genevieve Friday night at LA Valley College to kick off the 2019 season. 

Game Night

All kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated 

Turkey Tussle Moved to August

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – The annual Turkey Tussle clash between city rivals Pasadena and Muir which has been traditionally played in November has been moved to opening night in August.

Pacific Non-League Schedules

Pacific Non-League Schedules: Season kicks off August 17th 

The Peterson Principle: 11/30/2016

By Tim Peterson Sierra Canyon won the CIF championship last year. But they were supposed to right? I mean it was the Mid-Valley Division.

Jorge Reyna Commits to Fresno State

(Culver City) – Former Downey/Pasadena quarterback Jorge Reyna has committed to Fresno State Reyna confirmed Sunday. 

A Golden Knight in La Canada

(La Canada) — The St. Francis offensive line paved the way for 260 rushing yards and four touchdowns, all by different running backs in the Knights 35-0 win over Pasadena Thursday night at Friedman field.