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LA KISS Holds Open Tryouts

By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – The LA KISS held open tryouts at Whittier College Sunday with over 180 players showing up to participate. The players were run through a series of drills which included the broad jump, the 40-yard dash, and blocking skills. The quarterbacks were separated later in the day and threw passes to receivers running slants, digs and […]

The TEN: 11/13/2014

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LA KISS Open Tryouts Sunday November 16

The LA KISS will hold open tryouts this Sunday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at Whittier College. If you feel you have what it takes to play Arena Football, come on out and show your skills.

KISS Tryouts: A Few More Shots

(Whittier College) – Here’s a few more shots from the KISS tryouts Sunday at Whittier College.

Trying out for the KISS

(Whittier)- The LA KISS held open tryouts Sunday at Whittier College. Over 75 players showed up in all from California and other places. The Players participated in various drills including the 40 yard dash, shuttle drills, linemen competition and passing and receiving skills.

The TEN: 5/28/2014

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The Peterson Principle: 5/26/14

Jorge Reyna is still at Pasadena and will be the quarterback for the Bulldogs in the fall. He didn’t play in the throw with Marshall on Saturday fueling speculation that the Downey transfer had transferred again.

The Peterson Principle 4/23/12

Domonic Jolivette, who rushed for over 1100 yards and scored 15 touchdowns last year for San Dimas, is working hard these days in the weight room preparing to play football in the fall at Citrus College. Jolivette has been a mainstay in the San Dimas offense for the last two years. As a junior he […]

Rivera Picks the Poets

(El Monte) – Arroyo quarterback Steven Rivera has committed to play football for Whittier College this year Coach Jim Singiser confirmed Monday.

The Peterson Principle 4/9/12

It looks like they’re out of options. Well I guess there is one. When Arroyo Coach Jim Singiser was asked if he had any other options now that CIF has denied the MVL appeal on the new Division playoff grouping proposals he had one, “Yeah. Get better!” he said.