Tag Archives: Roddy Layton

The Peterson Principle: 7/29/13

There are 31 days until the football season. Have you figured out who’s going to win the Hacienda League yet?

The Ranch Claims The Mayor’s Cup

By Tony Solorzano (Pomona) – Diamond Ranch scored three touchdowns in the third quarter to erase a 15-14 halftime deficit and went on to roll over Diamond Bar 50-22 Saturday night at Ganehsa High’s Nancy McCracken Stadium, capturing the Diamond Bar Mayor’s Cup.

The Peterson Principle 8/13/12

Tracking Down the Saints San Dimas Coach Bill Zerncikow gave us the grand tour of the new stadium last Wednesday night. It’s state of the art from the new turf to the new grandstands on the East side of the field. The most impressive thing was the blue track that runs around the field. It […]

We Are…DR!

(Pomona) – It may have been close to 100 degrees as the players strapped on the helmet and pads for thier annual intra-squad scrimmage Saturday morning. But for Diamond Ranch it was all good because it meant football season is here and well…isn’t that the most wonderful time of the year up on the hill at DR? Besides they all got fed courtesy of […]

The TEN: 7/25/2012

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

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.

Diamond Ranch’s Ardron Verbals to Columbia

(Pomona) – Diamond Ranch linebacker Jacob Ardon verbally committed to Columbia Sunday morning said Coach Roddy Layton.

Diamond Ranch Captains March and Advance

(Pomona) – Diamond Ranch Coach Roddy Layton obviously knows what he’s doing when he picks his captains for his football team. The four that he selected last year turned out to be really special. All four are going on to distinguished universities.

The Peterson Principle 10/17/11

It’s hard to minimize the importance of El Monte’s win over Rosemead Friday night. To rally in the fourth quarter to beat a team that was expected to finish either one or two in the Mission Valley League is more than huge. It’s a turning point… an epiphany… a season changer.

Los Altos Powers by D-Ranch

(Pomona) – Los Altos played old fashioned smash mouth football in a 27-14 win over Diamond Ranch Friday night in Hacienda League play.