Tag Archives: Whittier College Football

Castaneda Named at Rosemead

By Tim Peterson (Rosemead) – In what was maybe the worst kept secret in the valley Matt Castaneda was named the new head coach at Rosemead multiple sources confirmed late Wednesday.

The Peterson Principle: 5/16/2016

By Tim Peterson Attention coaches, namely assistant coaches: You aren’t going to win a CIF championship by winning a lineman competition or a passing league. It’s good work for your players and gives them a chance to compete before the real season starts in September. That’s it. So lay off the people that are running […]

It’s Finally Set in G-Stone; Ted Clarke

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Long time area coach Ted Clarke was announced as the head coach at Gladstone Friday sources confirmed.

Redlands Pummels Poets

By Jazmin Sahagun (Redlands) – The University of Redlands seniors celebrated their last home game of the season Saturday with a 59-7 win over the Whittier Poets.

Walnut Names Alfredo Silva

By Tim Peterson (Walnut) – Walnut has named Alfredo Silva as its new head coach. Silva was previously the Special Teams Coordinator at Whittier College.

Five Sign From El Rancho

(Pico Rivera) – El Rancho celebrated the signing of five football players Thursday to play at the next level. Running Back Ryan Araujo, receiver Javier Carrillo, linebacker David Ramos and linebacker Jesus Verduzco all signed with New Mexico Highlands while defensive lineman Adrien Perez inked with Whittier College

Austin Ford Commits to Whittier

(Arcadia)- Arcadia linebacker Austin “White Lightning” Ford has committed to Whittier College.  As the Apaches Team Captain, Ford earned All Area First Team and All Pacific League First Team honors, and was Defensive MVP for Arcadia High.

The Peterson Principle 8/6/12

I didn’t know picking La Mirada as the number one team in the Southeast Division would create such a stir. Aren’t we still in August? Isn’t Zero Week still three weeks away? I mean it’s not like we tabbed Lynwood.

The TEN: 7/20/2012

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

Throwin’ on the Third

Three schools got together Tuesday on the day before the Fourth of July at where else? Arroyo. Interesting happenings for San Gabriel, Azusa and Arroyo…