Tag Archives: Pioneer Football
One Year Ago: Pioneer Names Randall Head Coach
Our “One Year Ago” series continues as Steve Randall, who was previously the head football coach at Colony, was named the head coach at Pioneer on February 12, 2020. Pioneer had become a coveted position as several coaches were in the mix until Randall was named. Randall, like every other high school football coach in […]
Why Not The View? Part 4
By Victor Romero (Former Mountain View Head Football Coach) A friend of mine who is an English teacher once told me, “If I ever was alone in a room with President Obama, I would be completely comfortable having a conversation with him.” I laughed because I knew exactly what he meant.
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.”
The Peterson Principle: 12/21/2019
By Tim Peterson After all of the celebrating is done, the final award has been passed out and the last chapter has been written on El Monte’s remarkable 2019 season, the question on everybody’s mind will be who’s next?
Willig Out at Pioneer After Eight Years
By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – Chuck Willig has stepped down as the head football coach at Pioneer after an eight year run. The opening for a new coach has been posted on the CIFSS website.
605 Non-League Schedules
605 Non-League Schedules: Season kicks off August 17th
Eagle Rock Takes Pioneer Elite 7s
By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – Eagle Rock beat Schurr 28-26 in the championship game to win the Pioneer Elite 7s Tournament Saturday at Pioneer High School.
A Look at the Del Rio
By Tim Peterson La Serna has owned the Del Rio for what seems like the last decade. The Lancers are looking to repeat again. El Rancho looks like a team on the rise and Santa Fe should be back in the mix as well. Cal needs a big bounce back season and the question for […]
The Peterson Principle: 8/22/2016
By Tim Peterson I was talking to Arroyo’s biggest fan James Markoya, otherwise known as “The Wolf” Friday night at the Arcadia-San Marino scrimmage and we were going over Arroyo’s schedule.
The TEN: 5/7/2014
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in the TEN)