Tag Archives: Rick Zepeda

Lopez Leaves El Rancho for Pacifica

By Tim Peterson (Pico Rivera) – Vinnie Lopez is stepping down as the head coach at El Rancho to take the same position at Pacifica he confirmed late Thursday.

Fanview: August 27, 2014

“No one has ever been forced to take transformation if they didn’t want it. You see, the the problem is simply to discover why you don’t want it and then to make the necessary correction.”—Dr. Rex Kick it! I know this will be taken wrong but…

Bernard Lands at St. Paul

(Santa Fe Springs) – Donald Bernard, long time defensive coordinator  at San Gabriel, has landed as the DC at St. Paul.

The Peterson Principle 3/12/12

Ok, so where are we at now? There have been so many head coaching changes in high school football this off season that it’s hard to keep track. Schurr, with former DC Marco Ramirez being promoted to head coach, was filled last weekend.

The Ranch Welcomes Vinnie Lopez as New HC

(Pico Rivera) – Venencio (Vinnie ) Lopez, a former Trabuco Hills assistant, was named the new Head Coach at El Rancho Principal Sam Genis announced Monday.

The Peterson Principle 1/16/12

It started as soon as the season ended in mid November. Glendale Coach Al Eberhart stepped down and was eventually replaced by long time area assistant John Tuttle.

The TEN: 10/11/2011

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

El Rancho Survives at The Ranch, 13-10

By Johnathan Saller (Pico Rivera) – The Dons snuck by Northview when Safety Joe Sanchez snagged Vikings’ quarterback Victor Garcia’s pass with less than 30-seconds left Friday night at Don Memorial Stadium.

What do we know? Southeast Division

Last week we brought you what we know and don’t know about the Mid-Valley Division. Now we’ll go with the Southeast. The Southeast is a different animal. There are four leagues instead of six and 28 teams instead of 38.

Dons Prepare to Defend the Ranch

(Pico Rivera) – Quarterback Troy Campos has had a great summer, receiver Daniel Moriel is back and better and the running backs are solid with Ronnel Lone and Art Franco. And El Rancho is coming off a year in which it qualified for the playoffs before falling to Schurr by a touchdown.