Tag Archives: Salesian Football

The Peterson Principle: 10/17/2016

By Tim Peterson There’s nothing like beating a dead horse but sometimes they’re just worth beating. If you’re a high school official it’s ok to leave the flag in your pocket.

St. Francis Rally Beats Salesian

(La Canada) – Michael Bonds hit Gabriel Matthews on an 80-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter which proved to be the decisive play in St. Francis’ 20-13 win over Salesian Saturday night at Friedman Field.

Game Night: Week Seven

All kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. 

Southeast Division Top Ten: 9/7/2015

Cathedral showed why its number one while St. Francis took care of business against Westco. Crescenta Valley is off and running and La Serna getting it’s second straight W minus Margarito is impressive.

Lenoir Sparks Salesian over Muir, 34-14

By Adam Monte (Pasadena)—The Salesian offense supplied three touchdowns Friday night against Muir, but it was the defense and special teams that provided the 34-14 victory in the season opener for both schools.

El Rancho Hires Hiatt

By Tim Peterson (Pico Rivera) – El Rancho has named Roddy Hiatt as its new head football coach school administrators confirmed today.

Game Night: Southeast Division CIF Playoffs – Semi Finals (2014)

By Tim Peterson All games are at 7:30 pm unless otherwise indicated

The Peterson Principle: 11/24/2014

Have you seen the numbers of the last three quarterbacks at El Rancho? Well if not here you go. 2014- Andrew Perea: 3103 total yards, 34 touchdowns; 2013 – Ryan Araujo: 2558 total yards, 17 TD; 2012- Joey Sanchez: 3184 total yards, 39 TD.

The Peterson Principle: 11/16/14

By Tim Peterson Who has a better offense? San Marino or Crescenta Valley? Carson Glazier vs. Brian Gadsby. Break out the calculators and the last quarterback standing wins. Glazier has thrown 35 touchdown passes while piling up 2953 yards. He threw two last week in the win over Harvard-Westlake and seven the week before against […]

The TEN: 10/13/2014

(The TEN is not a top ten but 10 items worth being included in “The TEN”)