Tag Archives: Temple City Football

The Peterson Principle: 1/3/2017

By Tim Peterson Unless you’re a fan of the Texas Longhorns, or the Penn State Nittany Lions for that matter, this had to be the greatest Rose Bowl ever right?

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.

Alhambra Trounces TC

(Alhambra) – Alhambra racked up 375 yards on the ground and 417 total in a 34-8 rout of Temple City Friday night at Moor Field.

Game Night: Week One

All games are scheduled for 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.

The Peterson Principle: 8/22/2016

By Tim Peterson I was talking to Arroyo’s biggest fan James Markoya, otherwise known as “The Wolf” Friday night at the Arcadia-San Marino scrimmage and we were going over Arroyo’s schedule.

The Peterson Principle: 6/6/2016

By Tim Peterson I know, I know. Nothing can be determined at a passing league competition. It doesn’t matter until you put on the pads. We hear that at…well… at every passing league competition.

Scherf Steps Down at Azusa

By Tim Peterson (Azusa) – Joe Scherf stepped down as the head coach at Azusa after eight years Friday sources confirmed.

Mooney Returns to Sidelines; Joins South El Monte Staff

By Tim Peterson (South El Monte) – Former San Marino/Temple City head coach Mike Mooney is back in coaching after a six year hiatus, as an assistant coach at South El Monte, Eagles head coach Frank Gallardo confirmed Thursday.

Temple City’s Kosanovich Inks with New Mexico Highlands

By Tim Peterson (Temple City) – Temple City’s Paul Kosanovich has signed to play football at New Mexico Highlands Ram head coach Marc Shettleroe confirmed.

Temple City Selects Shettleroe

By Tim Peterson (Temple City)- Temple City has named South Pasadena assistant Marc Shettleroe as its head coach sources confirmed Friday. Shettleroe spent the last four years at South Pasadena as an assistant working mainly with the offensive line.