Tag Archives: Temple City Basketball

Fast Start Fuels Rams

By Tim Peterson (Temple City) – Temple City racked up 26 points in the first quarter and then held on late to beat Simi Valley 65-62 Wednesday night in the first round of the CIF Division 2A Playoffs.

Rams Give Cats the Third Degree

By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – Temple City opened the third quarter with a 14-0 run and went on to beat Monrovia 67-48 Friday night on the Wildcats home floor. 

The Peterson Principle: 12/28/2015

By Tim Peterson Rants and raves for this holiday season.

The Peterson Principle: 12/29/14

A nine win season, a Holiday Bowl victory, and wins over Notre Dame and Nebraska to finish it off make it a successful campaign for first year head coach Steve Sarkisian and the USC Trojans.

Ali is a Knockout for Temple City

By Tim Peterson (Temple City) – Ali Elhawary scored 31 points including 16 in the third quarter to lead Temple City to a 72-61 win over Franklin Friday night in the SGV Classic Basketball Tournament.

The Peterson Principle 2/18/13

It’s a year round celebration for Monrovia. First there was the third consecutive Mid-Valley Divison title. Then it was on to the State tournament. Now the Wildcats have had five players receive scholarships to play college football.

The Peterson Principle 2/11/13

The basketball playoff pairings were announced Sunday and again some of the brackets left you scratching your head. Baldwin Park is traveling to Beaumont. I hope that gas bill fits into the school budget.

TC, Lee and the Three Bury Spartans

(Temple City) – Goren Lee hit seven threes and led all scorers with 27 points to lead Temple City to a 73-47 rout of La Canada Friday night. The Rams improved to 8-0 in the Rio Hondo League with the win and with just two games remaining, clinched a share of the league title.

The Peterson Principle 1/28/13

I found myself rooting for the Boston Celtics Sunday. It felt kind of strange but I believe I’ve hit LeBron overload. He got his championship last year and now everybody proclaims him to be the best basketball player on the planet…ever.