Tag Archives: South El Monte football

The Peterson Principle: 7/3/2017

By Tim Peterson Thoughts and observations from the SGV Shootout: “Hey Coach how does it look?” is my standard line for a coach that I see in the summer or at a passing league tournament.

Early Look at the MVL

By Tim Peterson We know, it’s only June but football is a 12 month sport now anyway. What better time to take a quick look at the Mission Valley League than in the middle of June?

The Peterson Principle: 6/4/2017

By Tim Peterson I ran into Aaron “Airshow” Cantu at the 605 All-Star game Saturday night and I have this to report on the San Gabriel head coaching position.

The Peterson Principle: 4/20/2017

By Tim Peterson So the Rosemead head coaching vacancy has been filled. Or has it?

Arroyo, South El Monte, Bell Gardens…in April

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – South El Monte, Bell Gardens and LA Jordan visited Arroyo Saturday for a four-way throw.

The Peterson Principle: 4/12/2017

By Tim Peterson It doesn’t matter if Joshua Knight accepted the position or not (I don’t think he did), but what does matter is that El Monte still doesn’t have a football coach.

The Peterson Principle: 4/2/2017

By Tim Peterson It’s not unprecedented. Temple City hired a head coach in May one year. There have been other hires as late as June. But with the football season a year round thing now if you don’t have a head coach in place by April 1, you may already be a step behind.

“I’m not going to Los Altos!” – Frank Gallardo

By Tim Peterson (South El Monte) – South El Monte Head Coach Frank Gallardo wants the truth to be known. He wants to dispel all the rumors. He is not going to Los Altos!  

MacIntyre Out at El Monte

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Eric MacIntyre has stepped down as the head coach at El Monte after just one year MacIntyre confirmed Wednesday.

Most Valuable Player: RB Sal Tovar – South El Monte

Most Valuable Player: What does that mean? Where as Player of the Year may amount to big numbers, enormous talent and outstanding performances, MVP means who was the most valuable to his particular team.