Tag Archives: St. Francis Football

Six Up, Six Down for St. Francis

By Tim Peterson (La Canada) – St. Francis withstood a huge night by La Salle running back Amon Milliner and beat the Lancers 38-28 Friday night at Friedman Field.

Mid Valley Writers Top 20

The votes are in and tabulated and here are the results from the latest Mid Valley Writers Poll! 1. La Mirada (4-2) – Next opponent: Artesia 2. Sierra Canyon (6-0) – Next opponent: Bye 3. St Francis (5-0) – Next  opponent: La Salle

The Peterson Principle: 10/3/2016

By Tim Peterson I’m not one to get emotional – especially when it comes to sports – but it was sad to see an era come to an end on Sunday.

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.

A Golden Knight in La Canada

(La Canada) — The St. Francis offensive line paved the way for 260 rushing yards and four touchdowns, all by different running backs in the Knights 35-0 win over Pasadena Thursday night at Friedman field.

The TEN: 8/31/2016

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

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. […]

La Serna – St. Francis: A Few More Shots

Here’s a few more shots of La Serna’s 24-10 Southeast Division Semi Final win over St. Francis Friday night at Friedman Field.

La Serna Slugs St. Francis in Second Half

By Tim Peterson (La Canada) – La Serna shut out St. Francis in the second quarter and scored two fourth quarter touchdowns to knock out the Golden Knights 24-10 Friday night at Friedman Field. With the victory the Lancers advanced to the CIF Southeast Finals for the fourth time in five years.

Big Man Has Big Night in Big Win for St. Francis

By Rich Whittington (La Canada) – In football, linemen get very little glory. They line up, play after play, across from other lineman, and purposely hurl themselves in to each other in an effort to clear the way for “skill players”, whose names routinely dominate the sporting news.