Tag Archives: Russell Gordon

La Salle Buys in on New Head Coach

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – Ben Buys, who has been on the staff at Azusa Pacific for the last nine years, was named the new head football coach at La Salle Wednesday

Head Coaches Update: Who’s In? Who’s Out?

By Tim Peterson There have been no less than 21 head coaching changes since the 2017 season came to an end. And that’s just on the local front. All but four have been filled.

Russell Gordon Leaves La Salle

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – La Salle head football coach Russell Gordon has stepped down after six seasons to take an assistant coach position at Antelope Valley College.

The Peterson Principle: 9/19/2016

By Tim Peterson The Trojans spent all week preparing for Christian McCaffrey so who scores the first touchdown and goes 56 yards untouched to the end zone? Christian McCaffrey of course.

Charter Oak Spring Fling…Pics

Fanview Lite: March 12, 2014

“I’ve never blown a whistle, looked at a film, worked at a blackboard or organized a practice in my life.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Wouldn’t the Del Rio be a better fit in the Mid-Valley Division these days?

Northwest Division Offensive Coordinator of The Year: La Salle HC/OC Russell Gordon

Gordon was a late arrival to our discussion, we actually were close to a consensus on someone else until his name was introduced and we were clear that he was masterminding the Lancers offense.

The Peterson Principle 11/12/12

La Salle was not the inferior team Friday night. This wasn’t Village Christian beating Azusa in 2010. In that game Azusa was 10-0 and Village Christian was 6-4. However Village was the superior team- stronger league, more physical, faster, etc. The Crusaders were simply better than Azusa and came away with the victory.

Northwest Football Daily Tracking Poll: June 18, 2012

Half the teams in this division are new to us and this area. So instead of listing a Top 25 today, we’ve started with all 31 and will break it down based on responses into a Top 25 for Tuesday. In terms of weighting the teams we went 10, 5, and 3 to start with […]