Tag Archives: Rick Zepeda
Donald Bernard, shown here rooting for his 49ers, will be calling the defense for St. Paul this fall.
(Santa Fe Springs) – Donald Bernard, long time defensive coordinator at San Gabriel, has landed as the DC at St. Paul.
“I’m really happy and excited to be at a school with the tradition like St. Paul,” Bernard said. [...]
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.
El Rancho hired former Trabuco Hills assistant Vinnie Lopez to replace Rick Zepeda [...]
Vinnie Lopez is the new hired hand at "The Ranch"
(Pico Rivera) – Venencio (Vinnie ) Lopez, a former Trabuco Hills assistant, was named the new Head Coach at El Rancho Principal Sam Genis announced Monday.
Lopez spent the last five years at Pac 5 powers Trabuco Hills and Santa Margarita High Schools. As a Run Game Coordinator in the South Coast and Trinity [...]
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.
Nobody knew it at the time but Eberhart was the first of a slew of resignations of high school football coaches in the area.
Then at the Southeast Division [...]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
1.) Since 1980 Arroyo is 28-3 in Mission Valley League openers, including 23 in a row from 1982 through 2004.
2.) Mayfair Monsoons linebacker Charles Dickens
3.) Mt. View sophomore Alfred Martinez: 33 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 fumble recovery.
4.) Monrovia’s last [...]
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.
“Joe Sanchez is a special kid, a very special kid. He’s only a junior so he’s learning but you can see he can make something [...]
Norwalk Quarterback Donovan Gumbs
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.
And it’s safe to say that the Southeast is a tougher road [...]
Three words can be read high atop Don Memorial Stadium
(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 [...]
Elijah Penny will carry the load for Norwalk
(San Gabriel) – I was told it was a six shooter but I only counted five schools. Norwalk, El Rancho, Roybal, and Flintridge joined San Gabriel to toss the ball around Thursday.
I figured it out later after SG assistant Donald Bernard advised me that the Matadors were running an [...]
"Whoever said we were terrorists?"
T-Minus-91 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
Those folks in Philadelphia have got to be sick today…
Got three tips via messaging, Facebook, and Email on three different players.
First: “Joe, you are missing the boat on Daleep Sandhu (La Canada).”
Second: “David Poyet is going to have a better year than anyone thinks [...]