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Good Afternoon! (“The Mid Valley Sports Show” will be live from Bonita Monday night featuring Coach Z. & Coach Podley)
(Cerritos) – Class of 2011 quarterbacks Evan Hunko of Mayfair, Shane Blood from La Mirada and La Serna’s Andrew Buenrostro have all landed at Cerritos College.
They like to run the ball in the Southeast. And some stats weren’t available. But here are some of the playoff quarterbacks who will be chucking it, or in the case of Norwalk’s Adrian Diaz, handing it off come Friday night. Yardage totals are listed for the starting quarterbacks 1-13.
Wow there’s something you don’t see everyday. In football it just doesn’t happen this way. If you can establish a running game and chew up yardage on the ground while eating up the clock, you’re going to win. Just ask any football coach.
(La Mirada) – How do you rack up over 450 yards rushing and still lose? That’s what Norwalk Coach Jesse Ceniceros is probably asking himself after Friday night’s game with La Mirada. But that’s exactly what happened in a 40-29 Lancers loss to the Matadores in Suburban League play.
(Whittier) – La Serna never stopped believing while being down by 11-points to La Mirada and staged a comeback of monumental proportions with a 32-28 upset.
By Tony Solorzano (La Habra) – Former Alhambra defensive standout Vai Peko has found his niche as his 92-yard kickoff return helped carry La Habra to a 23-17 victory over La Mirada Thursday night at La Habra High.
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.