Tag Archives: South Hills Football

Slow Start, Fast Finish for Huskies

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – South Hills overcame a sluggish first half and used a big fourth quarter to beat Pacifica (Oxnard) 42-21 Thursday night in the first round of the CIF Division 7 Playoffs at Covina District Field.

The Peterson Principle: 10/22/2017

By Tim Peterson We still have two weeks left in the regular season but it looks like everything is settled. Let’s take a league inventory:

Huskies Rally Topples Tartans

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Ryan Torres scored on an 18-yard run with 4:13 left in the game to lift South Hills to a 27-24 win over Glendora Friday night.

South Hills is Coronated King of Cameron

By Rich Whittington (West Covina) –  The South Hills Huskies were officially coronated as the 2017 “King of Cameron”, defeating the host West Covina Bulldogs, 47-0, Friday evening.

Shettleroe Resigns at Temple City

Marc Shettleroe has resigned after helming the Temple City program for two seasons sources confirmed Wednesday.

The Peterson Principle: 9/26/2016

By Tim Peterson “You probably picked Glendora didn’t you,” West Covina head coach Mike Maggiore said to me late in the game Friday night with his Bulldogs up 30-13.

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.

South Hills Lands Bechtel

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Matt Bechtel, who led Chino Hills to the West Valley Division semi finals before losing to Mission Viejo has been hired as the new head coach at South Hills.

The Peterson Principle: 11/30/2015

By Tim Peterson “That’s all we do is fight. That’s all we know how to do. The La Serna Lancers are always here. We’re not going anywhere! But I tell you where we are going…to the CIF Finals!” – La Serna HC Andy George to his team after Friday night’s semi final win over St. […]

The Peterson Principle: 6/15/2015

By Tim Peterson I don’t think Roddy Hiatt’s race will have any bearing on how successful he is at El Rancho, although some of our readers sure seem to think so.