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By Tim Peterson You know you’re getting old when high school football players that you covered are now taking head coaching jobs.
By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Eric MacIntyre has stepped down as the head coach at El Monte after just one year MacIntyre confirmed Wednesday.
By Tim Peterson (City of Industry) – Eric Aguilar, who played wide receiver and safety at Workman this past 2015 season, has Committed to Coe College in Iowa former Lobo head coach Eric McIntyre confirmed Friday.
By Tim Peterson (City of Industry) – Workman DE/LB Jose Zamudio has accepted an offer to play football at the University of San Diego Coach Eric MacIntyre confirmed Friday.
By Tim Peterson (City of Industry) – Eric MacIntyre has left as the head coach at Workman after three years sources confirmed Wednesday.
By Tim Peterson (La Puente) – Erick Williams, the defensive coordinator at La Puente, has been promoted to head coach of the Warriors AD Scott Morrison confirmed today. Morrison left as the head coach earlier this year to take the same position at Corona Santiago.
By Tim Peterson (La Puente) – Scott Morrison has stepped down as the head coach and Athletic Director at La Puente to take the head coach position at Corona Santiago. Morrison resigned Thursday morning and was named HC at Corona Santiago Friday.
(El Monte) – Arroyo, Keppel and Workman threw the ball around out behind B.L. Bergstron Stadium Thursday. How did they look? Not bad but doesn’t everybody in June? Hey it was more fun then staying home and watching the Heat and Spurs.
It’s been a tough week for Southern California sports fans. The Lakers lose Kobe Bryant for six to nine months with a torn Achilles tendon, the Dodgers lose Zach Greinke for two or three months with a broken collarbone while also losing two out of three at Arizona and the Angels have started off […]
It finally happened and it happened convincingly. For the first time in 21 years El Monte knocked off Arroyo. It wasn’t close. El Monte jumped out to a 26-7 halftime lead and it was 32-7 as the Lions coasted from there.