Tag Archives: San Marino Football
By Tim Peterson Is it still Monrovia’s league. Can San Marino regain control? When does Temple City get back in the race? Who’s left out? South Pasadena or La Canada? It’s time to take a look at the Rio Hondo.
(San Marino) – Michael Chan ran for four touchdowns and Blake Cabot tossed a 22-yard touchdown pass to Jules Buenabenta to lead San Marino to a 41-20 rout of South Pasadena Thursday night.
All kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated
By Tim Peterson (San Marino) – Tyler Nevens rushed for 288 yards and four touchdowns to lead Los Altos to a 38-6 rout of San Marino Friday night on the Titans home field.
All games are scheduled for 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated
By Tim Peterson I was talking to Arroyo’s biggest fan James Markoya, otherwise known as “The Wolf” Friday night at the Arcadia-San Marino scrimmage and we were going over Arroyo’s schedule.
(Arcadia) – Arcadia and San Marino scrimmaged Friday at Arcadia as they continue to get ready to kick things off for real next week. The Apaches held the Titans scoreless while finding the end zone three times themselves on two deep balls and a long break away run.
Arcadia-San Marino: A few more shots:
By Tim Peterson Wildcats Close at Pioneer In what could be the last major local passing league tournament of the summer last Saturday, Monrovia advanced to the finals where the Wildcats lost LA High. Monrovia receiver Michael Washington, a junior, was named the MVP of the tourney.
By Tim Peterson Doesn’t Andrew Tovar seem like he’s been at Cathedral for ten years? Some players just seem to have that effect on you. When you’re the face of the team and throw for over 3700 yards and 47 touchdowns like Tovar did last year, it gives the impression you’ve been there awhile.