Tag Archives: Viewpoint football
Why Not The View? Part 4
By Victor Romero (Former Mountain View Head Football Coach) A friend of mine who is an English teacher once told me, “If I ever was alone in a room with President Obama, I would be completely comfortable having a conversation with him.” I laughed because I knew exactly what he meant.
The Peterson Principle: 11/30/2016
By Tim Peterson Sierra Canyon won the CIF championship last year. But they were supposed to right? I mean it was the Mid-Valley Division.
Rivera Headed to Finlandia
By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Montebello quarterback Ryan Rivera has committed to Finlandia University assistant coach Pete Gonzalez Jr. confirmed Wednesday.
Ramirez Resigns at Schurr
By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Marco Ramirez has stepped down as the head coach at Schurr after three seasons.
San Juan Hills Roughs up Viewpoint, 42-13
(Westlake Village) – Viewpoint turned the ball over three times in the first half and once more in the third as San Juan Hills, 0-10 in 2011, beat the Patriots 42-13 in the season opener Wednesday night at Oaks Christian High School. “We’re going to watch the film,” said Viewpoint HC Chris Adamson told his team. […]
Mid-Valley Football Daily Tracking Poll: 6/13/2012
Wow Baldwin Park and Mt. View getting serious. Only one more day after today. Northwest poll goes up Monday morning. Leave a comment, send a tweet, message us on FB, or drop a line through email (gear is good). The more we learn about your team, the more they move up. To keep balance, because it […]
Mid-Valley Football Daily Tracking Poll: 6/12/2012
Makes sense for M-Town to run away. The El Monte faithful are getting it, San Dimas holding tough…The Clete and The Canyon need to get more involved. Disappointed by the SG turnout. Leave a comment, send a tweet, message us on FB, or drop a line through email. The more we learn about your team, […]
Mid-Valley Football Daily Tracking Poll: 6/8/2012
We’ve started with the Top 25 football teams in the Mid-Valley Division, but it is up to you where you want them to go from here. Leave us a comment, send us a tweet, message us on FB, vote in the poll, or drop us a line through email. The more we learn about your […]