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Kick it! Note to Bad News Barker: The Legends of Character thread, is exactly the reason I want us to get out of the “comments” business.
Last Saturday night players at the 605 All-Star Game strapped on their pads for the last time on the high school level – some for the last time period.
When you first walk into the stadium at Cerritos College you might think you’re on a Division 1 college campus. There’s a new turf field, state of the art track and plenty of seating on both sides. If the CIF ever needs another site to hold a Final they should give Cerritos a call.
By Big Tony Solorzano We’ve reached week two and already we’re seeing some interesting trends. As usual, the Jack Del Rio League is showing its usual topsy-turvy non-league results. Last week’s picks went a bit off. Losses by La Mirada, La Serna and Warren as well as the unexpected debut of Tony Botello for the […]
By Tony Solorzano (La Habra) – Former Alhambra defensive standout Vai Peko has found his niche as his 92-yard kickoff return helped carry La Habra to a 23-17 victory over La Mirada Thursday night at La Habra High.
For what its worth…below is a list of prominent transfers figuring to make an impression this season. No doubt we’ve missed some, but these are the ones we’ve seen with our own eyes. Some of these guys should have a serious impact for their schools.
(Alhambra) – Gone is three year starting quarterback Darrian Cazarin and D1 wide receiver Mitchell Crockom. Receiver Joseph Becerra has also taken the graduation walk and linebacker Brandon Wilson finished his prep career in June as well. But the biggest change for the Moors is at coach where Lou Torres has taken over for Gil Ruedaflores who […]
T-Minus-112 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic” Good Morning!
(Alhambra) – Jonathan Beltran fired a complete game to lead Alhambra to a 2-1 win over Montebello Friday at Moor Field in the regular season finale.
(Alhambra)- The Alhambra Moors scored a pair of victories over the Kalani Falcons Tuesday afternoon with an 11-3 win in the opener and a 12-2 W in the nightcap.