Tag Archives: Travis Brown

Arroyo Hosts Cantwell, Schurr, Marshall

(El Monte) – Cantwell, Schurr and Marshall visited Arroyo Saturday to toss the ball around.

The Peterson Principle: 9/12/2016

By Tim Peterson I received a text Saturday reading “I went to the Duarte game last night and they’re the real deal. We are back!”

Springtime in M-Town

By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – Monrovia was out Thursday throwing the ball around with Cantwell. They have a new head coach in Jerry Chou and a couple of new (but familiar) faces in assistant coaches Mike McKay and Jacob Ochoa. 

Heggins Heads for Duarte

By Tim Peterson (Duarte) – James Heggins, who has had two stints as the HC at Baldwin Park, has landed as the new head coach at Duarte the school announced today.

The Peterson Principle: 3/7/2016

By Tim Peterson “The start of the 2016 football season is officially here with our first 7 on 7 competition this morning,” said Arroyo assistant coach Joshua Knight on his Facebook page. That’s right Arroyo is on the field already.

Brown Out at Duarte

By Tim Peterson (Duarte) – Travis Brown is out as the head coach at Duarte after two years sources confirmed.

The Peterson Principle: 7/20/2015

By Tim Peterson The passing league season is winding down but I did get to see one more on Saturday at Duarte. Only a few local teams were on hand but I did come away with a couple of take aways. The Falcons can definitely compete.

What Does a Mid-Valley Division Final Four Look Like? (Vote in Poll)

Well the burden of Monrovia has been removed and no new colossus has been added,…

Fanview Lite: April 9, 2014

“Then take me disappearin’ through the smoke rings of my mind Down the foggy ruins of time, far past the frozen leaves The haunted, frightened trees, out to the windy beach Far from the twisted reach of crazy sorrow…”—Bob Dylan Kick it! Anyone see the Dodger game last night?…Niether did I.

Who’s In, Who’s Out? Spring Football Arrives

With the weather warming up and schools getting ready to throw the ball it’s a sure sign that Spring football has arrived. The high school kids may not be in full gear like Azusa Pacific, but passing league in shirts and shorts is a big part of every program these days.