Friday Night Aftermath: Monrovia takes care of Temple City; St. Francis breaks away from 27-year misery, beats Loyola; San Marnio, Alhambra, Rio Hondo Prep, San Gabriel, Maranatha and Pasadena score big.




Monrovia 38, Temple City 21 — Temple City was stymied by questionable first-half penalties. Two pass interferences and a fumble that wasn’t? Craig Brown returned a 37-yard fumble to give Monrovia a 19-7 lead. That fumble came after Temple City quarterback Justin Smith threw a pass to Andrew Torres, who had the ball bounce off his chest and onto the ground before Brown picked it up. The whistle never blew, much to the chagrin of Temple City coach Anthony White. C’mon! If not for those penalties the Rams are in it in the second half. Despite a 73-yard touchdown pass from Nick Bueno to De’Shawn Ramirez, I thought Monrovia played a stale first half. Their special teams need some work. Monrovia was lucky to be leading 19-14 heading into halftime. Temple City showed a lot of heart, especially in the closing seconds. Torres caught a 47-yard touchdown pass from Smith in the closing seconds of the second quarter to pull the Rams within 19-17. The pass from Smith came with less than five seconds to go and bounced off Monrovia’s Jay Henderson and Charlie Cimmarusti before falling into Torres’ hands. Temple City got within 26-21 after Smith connected on a 37-yard touchdown pass to David Spratt. Ramirez finished with 136 yards rushing and scored on runs of 68 and 44 yards. Smith completed 12 of 26 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns but he also had three interceptions. Max Ruckle, aside from his 46-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, was nonexistent. The San Gabriel Valley’s leading-rusher was stuffed for 80 yards.

San Marino 41, South Pasadena 14 — Stephen Yortsos caught three of quarterback Joe Forgatch’s four touchdown passing to lead San Marino High School to a 41-14 Rio Hondo League victory over South Pasadena at Ray Solari Stadium on Friday night. “San Marino just cleaned our clock. They deserve all the credit. They’re a very good team,” South Pasadena coach Edward Smith said. The victory gave San Marino (6-1, 1-1) its first league victory as well as the inaugural ownership of the Crowley Cup, a newly-instituted trophy that will now go to the victor of this long-standing rivalry. The cup’s namesake, Paul Crowley, was in attendance at the game, as he has been at each of the 55 games in the series, starting in 1955. Yortos had touchdown receptions of 66, 10 and 30 yards for the Titans, all in the first half. Yortos accounted for 23 first-half points by also kicking all five of the PATs. The senior led all receivers with 7 catches for 150 yards. He also had 46 yards rushing on three carries.

Rio Hondo Prep 43 Chadwick 7 — The highly anticipated showdown of the unbeatens proved to be a Rio Hondo Prep rout. The Kares, behind five rushing touchdowns by four different players, improved to 2-0 in league and 7-0 overall with a 43-7 rout of Chadwick in a Prep League game Friday night. Chadwick, ranked No. 1 before the game, fell to 1-1 in league and 6-1 overall. The only number that will matter to the Dolphins coaching staff will be 310 — the number of rushing yards their defense gave up to the physical Kares’ line.

St. Francis 27, Loyola 23 — Travis Talianko caught a 3-yard touchdown pass with 11 seconds left in the game to lift the Golden Knights at L.A. Valley College. St. Francis quarterback Justin Posthuma had 229 yards total offense to lead the Golden Knights. He rushed for 74 yards and one score and passed for 155 yards. He completed 13 of 19 pass attempts, including a second touchdown pass of 10 yards to Dietrich Riley — who also rushed for 84 yards — earlier in the game. The Golden Knights’ comeback bid started when linebacker Ryan McAleenan intercepted Loyola quarterback Jerry Neuheisel with 4:30 left in the game. Neuheisel, the son of UCLA football coach Rick Neuheisel, completed 14 of 21 passes for 202 yards and two scores.

Pasadena 48, Glendale 0 — Pasadena High School racked up 432 rushing yards in a brand-new double-wing offense, defeating visiting Glendale High School 48-0 in a Pacific League game Friday night. “We have so many kids who are (offensive) threats,” said Pasadena coach Mike McFarland. “We just try to get them the football in a position to use their abilities.” This was the first week the Bulldogs instituted the run-heavy offense, and Pasadena running backs had eight runs over 20 yards. “We caught (Glendale) by surprise,” McFarland said. “They were not prepared for it.” Pasadena was led by senior Charles Hendricks who rushed for 169 yards on 11 carries. Hendricks had touchdown runs of 28 and 68 yards in the third quarter. Fellow senior Nick Escoe finished with 130 yards on eight carries.

Alhambra 32, Montebello 27 — Senior quarterback Darrian Cazarin passed for 338 yards and three touchdowns and also ran three yards for the game-winning score with just 36 seconds remaining, giving the Moors a come-from-behind 32-27 win over Montebello.

La Canada 42, Blair 6 — Spartans quarterback Rocky Moore’s five touchdown passes, which totaled 129 yards, gave him a school-record 31 for his La Caada career. Teammate Michael Arkfeld led the Spartans in scoring with two touchdown receptions.

Burroughs 35, Arcadia 25 — Burroughs High School’s Tyler Tilton returned a fumble recovery 98 yards to help lead the Indians to a 35-25 victory over Arcadia in Pacific League play on Friday night. On fourth down from the Burroughs 1-yard line, Arcadia quarterback Garrett Tuck rolled out to his right side, was hit and fumbled the ball on the 2. Tilton picked the ball up on the run and went untouched to the end zone to break open a close contest, giving the Indians a 35-19 lead. Five Apaches turnovers proved to be costly.

Rosemead 41, Moutain View 7 — Matt Fregoso had an impressive third quarter and almost single-handedly was the difference as Rosemead routed winless Mountain View. Fregoso scored four touchdowns and accounted for 98 of his 163 rushing yards in the decisive third quarter. With Rosemead (2-5, 1-1) entering the third quarter holding on to a slim 14-7 lead, Fregoso took it upon himself to lead the way.

Schurr 28, Keppel 7 — The Spartans took advantage of Aztecs miscues and roughed up Keppel en route to a 21-0 halftime lead in an Almont League game Friday night. “We couldn’t get anything going early,” first-year head coach Bobby Madrid said. “They were just physical and kicked our butts in the first half. Unfortunately, you can’t do that against Schurr or anybody else in our league.” The Aztecs (1-6, 0-2) went to backup quarterback Henry Ahn in the second half. He threw an 18-yard TD pass to Edson Pena in the fourth quarter.

San Gabriel 49, Bell Gardens 28 — The monkey is definitely off San Gabriel High School’s back. Until two years ago, the Matadors had never won a football game at Bell Gardens. Friday night in an Almont League game, they made it two in a row over the Lancers, and three consecutive including last year’s win at San Gabriel, with a 49-28 victory. The Matadors held a four-point lead at the half, but kept the Lancers (5-2 overall, 1-1 in league) scoreless in the second half.

Maranatha 35, Montclair Prep 16 — Maranatha began the season 0-2, but the Minutemen have gradually begun to grasp coach Joel Murphy’s new schemes. Friday, the Minutemen won their fourth consecutive with a 35-16 victory over host Montclair Prep game in an Alpha League contest at Pierce College. “We’re kind of catching our stride,” Murphy said. “The kids are obviously understanding and believing in it. It’s just the little things. The way we warm up and finish a game. But I like our progress. We’re doing good things, but we’re not at our potential yet.” The Minutemen (4-0 in league) took a 35-0 lead into the fourth quarter. The Cavaliers (1-6, 1-3) scored on a pair of big plays.

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  • New York

    Minimizing Ruckle’s production and making TC one dimensional needs to be a priority. That task may be as painful as boxing Mickey Ward, but we’ve got to get it done.
    Good luck to everyone tonight.
    Go Cats!

  • Goldenarm


    Gotta say, you have done a great job setting up tonight’s match up..and you can sense from your storyline that even MM is fired up too see how this game unfolds.

    TC must display defensive aggression at a higher level tonight and refuse to be blocked. San Marino did us no favor by sticking an M-80 into the butt pads of the Wildcats.. The bye lulled them into sluggishness…but that won’t be the case tonight.

    Critical that we get a good start and avoid turnovers.
    Special teams advantage must go to the Rams.
    I am looking forward to seeing how our O-line responds to the challenge.
    Should be a monster game.
    Go Rams!!

  • dat hurt cat

    f**k TC
    they dont know the speed or power m-town go there gonna get a mouth full of woop ass..
    go cats..

  • New York

    I like to see people and organizations receive proper credit/respect. San Marino is playing good football. They have some wide, able-bodied football players and good coaches. The kids play with heart, smarts and hustle.

    Monrovia was definitely off last week, but some of that is attributable to San Marino’s game plan and execution.

    This week: Monrovia needs to keep our pad level low on the line, take care of the football, play fast and aggressive for four quarters and leave it on the field.

  • Big Football Fanatic

    A couple of weeks ago I sent an e-mail to Joe Beltran at Time Warner about gettimg some highlights from our area. Yesterday I got this e-mail.

    I wanted to get back to you to let you know that High School Sports Rewind is featuring the Monrovia Wildcats and the San Marino Titans football highlights from last Fridays game on our Video on Demand service. The show is available for free anytime 24/7. To access the show go to Channel 1, select Local, SoCal Sports, then the HS Sports Rewind folder. This weeks show is labeled, 10/20 Sports Rewind. Please contact me if you have any questions.

  • Philly B.

    I’d have to say this years rival game, has a bit more hype than it has in the past couple of years. usually t.c. has their running back and their great offensive line, monrovia has the studs at the skilled positions, or we have a good QB along with the studs. This year….T.C. getting a hold of their spread offense. Rams coming alive with the good play of smith&ruckle. Monrovia with its stable of running backs. The great play of bueno. I mean this game is gonna be something great!!! So there were T.C. players&Coaches at the san marino game???? Cuz they beat LC on thurs right?? Hmmmm I dont know, maybe maddox had this all planned out. If so, a little too close for comfort i think. But I dont know. Ive been criticizing SM all year with their weak pre-league schedule. And I still have one eye brow on them, but Im sure they fought hard, and they do play smart ball always. But I just always think they dont have the talent to win the league title out-right! Thats my opinion and Ima stick to it! But we’ll see when SM faces LC and TC, that will tell me alot, one if they win one of those games and two how they did it. but anyways I cant wait for this game, Go CATS show em last week was a fluke. If the cats want to throw they will. but if the run is successful dont sweat it. DB’s dont get burnt on any pass plays please, ur better than that, and faster as well. Good Luck to both teams…..but GO CATS!!!!

  • CuriousGoerge


    It sounds like the Cat fans are planning to just pound you guys all night. If that is the case, I think that will play in your favor. It will be a war of a game i’m predicting, and I also predict Bueno will be exposed tonight. There’s no way to completely shut the kid down, he will get his yds rushing, but if Cats are on their heals and forced to throw, that will be key for Rams tonight. Either way should be a WAR!

  • New York

    I don’t think any of us bloggers have a clue what the game plan is. I’m anticipating, hopefully, a 2009 USC-Notre Dame type of matchup (with Monrovia repping USC of course).

  • Observantcat

    I have a feeling that this could be the breakout game all of the Wildcat faithful have awaited. We have some very good players that have not of yet had an opportunity to play 4 quarters, this may be the game in which all of the stars get a chance to shine. With the RHL up for grabs this gave will be pivotal in ever stretch. TC has some very promising players on that team as well. I will try and evaluate their + & -‘s.

    Temple City Plus’s

    1. Max Ruckle= Senior leadership- Confidence- Great hole reader. all around good running back.

    2. Justin Smith- Athletic, getting his rhythm in the nick of time ( Although he will face a much different Defense tonight.
    3. Defense- The TC defense takes up all of the spots on the leaders board in the RHL except for Josh Lowden.

    Temple City Weakness
    1. Allows for the big plays.
    2. Slow Starts not able to put the game in hand before halftime.
    3 special teams play has no major threats.

    Monrovia’s plus’s
    1. Nick Bueno- Although mainly a running QB he is the most dominant player on the field. Being able to control the game with his running style has put most teams on their heels all night long.
    2 Derrick Johnson- One of the most feared players to ever step on the field for the Wildcats, has the moves of a great running back and power to keep on moving forward for another 5 yards. And what’s even scarier is that he is just as devastating on the Defensive side of the ball.
    3. DeShawn Ramirez- Put wheels and moves on Marquise Williams and you have yourself a young running back named DeShawn Ramirez. I feel that this could be his breakout game to carry the ball at least 15-20 times. He’s primed to be the next best Back in the SGV.
    4 The Monrovia D led by Senior Leader Josh Lowden, this year he is 100% healthy and shows it every time he steps out on the field. He leads a special group of Lowden Groupies to a defensive feast on other offenses, These guys are tenacious on every play.

    Monrovia’s weakness’s
    1. Team Coordinator’s not having players prepared for quick changes after turnovers or 4th down attempts. Need to get on that because it causes delay of game penalties that are very unnecessary.

    2. Passing assignments need to improve with our 2nd team secondary. Last week we made several mistakes by bringing in new Safety’s & Corners that have never even played that position. And it showed.
    3. I would say the passing game, but if you have a running game like ours, Who needs to pass!

  • random

    Not to take anything away from these two good teams..

    but Loyola vs St Francis

    one of the biggest rivalries in So Cal.
    anyone remember the epic game 2 years ago?
    St Francis coming off a tough loss to a great ND team, while Loyola is coming off a big win against an undefeated Chaminade team.

    in my opinon thats going to be the game of the week.

    but Monrovia vs TC will be a thriller as well.

  • In Addition

    O Cat,

    You make some great points but you left out a few that can also come into play:

    As bad as M-town is at passing, TC is even worse at covering the pass. M-town would be wise to take a shot at some point because it would not hurt and it will keep TC honest.

    TC does not control the clock like they used to and this could allow M-towns offense to get into rhythm. SM did a great job controlling the clock last week and that was one of the main reasons M-town could not get a flow going. TC has way too many three and outs where they don’t even take a minute off of the clock. That cannot happen tonite because if you give speed too many chances it will eventually get you.

    TC’s QB has not been tested to date and all of the praise might be premature. We should find out tonite if he really is legit.

  • gunny

    random, St. Francis vs Loyola is no rivalry. Sure St Francis is playing well this year and Loyola is trying to turn a program around that was dismanteld by their former coach. This could be the year for the Knights. With that said, Loyola looks at St. Francis as if they had to play a freshman team. They look forward to playing teams like LB Poly, Mater Dei, ect not St. Francis so hopefully they will be looking past the Knights to next weeks opener.
    Go od luck, Go Knights

  • Miguel Melendez

    Monrovia leads 19-14 at the half. Temple City scored in the final 47 seconds of the second quarter on a 47 yard touchdown pass from Justin Smith to Andrew Torres. Temple City has been victim of two horrible calls, one which led to a 37 yard fumble return from Monrovia’s Craig Brown, giving the Wildcats a 19-7 lead. The Rams have played solid defense and even once stopped Monrovia in the red zone. Overall it’s been a stale game, but it has had its moments. Let’s see how the second half unfolds.

  • Sfhs92

    Sf knocks off loyola 27-23. Awesome victory for the knights.

  • Longtimefam

    Maranatha 35, Monclair 17

    The Scoreboard is false advertising.

  • Kentera

    St. Francis 28 Loyola 24 F

  • San Gabriel 49- bell gardens 28

  • Shree

    Who won the monrovia tc game??

  • sfhs89

    Man…………27 years of misery have been erased tonight.


    Dietrich Riley went out of the game with a undisclosed leg injury late in the 3rd quarter and didn’t return to the game. Nonetheless, the Golden Knights didn’t give up and scored their first points of the 2nd half with 33 seconds left in the game with a short 6-yard TD toss by Posthuma to Talianko. Absolute bedlam ensued in the Golden Knight stands (which were absolutely packed) when the line judge raised his arms in the air to signal the touchdown.

    When that clock hit 0:00, we finally celebrated. Though we don’t play Loyola in football every year (like we did when I was a Golden Knight), they are stiil out most hated rival – by far. It’s still a very contentious rivalry (Loyola is in the Mission League for all other sports).

    This win means so much to the Golden Knight players, coaches, adminstration, staff and alumni (and their were a lot of alumns there tonight).

    The bigger task at hand starts next week with league action kicking up.

    But for tonight, The Golden Knight community will be celebrating!

  • score

    San Marino @ South Pasadena : 41-14 Titans
    SM’s last away victory at So. Pas. : 1997

  • sfhs92

    I heard that Riley has a hamstring injury and it is possibly season ending. Ouch this could be a huge loss for the Golden Knights.

  • MoneyTalks

    Arcadia out played burroughs and had them on their toes. Arcadia can’t get a break. Arcadia’s QB fumbled 4th and goal on the one inch line (3rd qtr), score is 19-21 burroughs I believe, so he fumbles and burroughs get a good bounce on the fumble and returned it 99 yards. The future looks bright though. Six sophomores played in the game and did very well.

  • Observantcat

    Well, Apache Joe ask the TC faithful about the likes of DeShawn Ramirez and his 4.3 40… He is the Real Deal and Coach Maddox let him out of the Bag tonight. I figured if he carried the ball more than 15 times a game that he would show people why the hype is pretty high on this kid. TC played probably the best game against the Best team all season. They shouldn’t run into too many more problems in the RHL except for San Marino, that should be a great game. I expect both San Marino and TC go far into the play offs and meet up with Monrovia in the Semi’s and maybe even the Finals. Ruckle had a great first half. He put fear into the Monrovia fans unfortunately not the players.

  • Oddsmaker

    Muir vs. Crescenta Valley at Glendale, 7 p.m. — Crescenta Valley (-3.5) CV covers 21-14

    Monrovia at Temple City, 7 p.m. — Monrovia (-5) Monrovia covers 38-21
    San Marino at South Pasadena, 7 p.m. — San Marino (-17.5) San Marino covers 41-14
    St. Francis vs. Loyola at L.A. Valley College, 7 p.m. — Loyola (-2) St. Francis covers 27-23
    Glendale at Pasadena, 7 p.m. — Pasadena (-4.5) Pasadena covers
    Alhambra at Montebello, 7 p.m. — Alhambra (-6) Montebello covers, barely
    Blair at La Canada, 7 p.m. — La Canada (-30) La Canada covers
    Burroughs at Arcadia, 7 p.m. — Burroughs (-16.5)Arcadia covers
    Mountain View at Rosemead, 7 p.m. — Rosemead (-20) Rosemead covers
    Gabrielino at Arroyo, 7 p.m. — Arroyo (-14) Arroyo Covers
    Schurr at Keppel, 7 p.m. — Schurr (-34.5) Keppel covers
    Montclair Prep vs. Maranatha at Pierce College, 7 p.m. — Maranatha (-9) Maranatha covers
    Marshall vs. Kilpatrick at PCC, 7 p.m. — Marshall (-1.5) Who knows?
    San Gabriel at Bell Gardens, 7 p.m. — Bell Gardens (-20) San Gabriel wins outright
    Chadwick at Rio Hondo Prep, 7:30 p.m. — Rio Hondo Prep (-3.5) Rio Hondo covers easily

  • Anonymous

    dietrichs leg injruy is a tweaked hammy…its not season ending..dont spread rumors

  • Observantcat

    Were we at the same game?… As I was standing along the Monrovia sidelines that questionable call that Craig Brown took to the house was indeed a fumble both refs saw the guy take control of the ball and ran into two Wildcat players it seemed that once he realized he was in Bad company he PANICKED and gave the ball up almost instantaneously to Craig Brown.. By the Way DeShawn scored 3 td’s two of which went for over 75 yards and one that went for close to 40 yards. Maddox now realizes that this kid can carry a team on his shoulders and should be seeing lots of action from here on out.

  • sfhsfballscores

    Dietrich Riley has only a mild hamstring pull. He was stretched and worked on back at the school. He can walk on it, but hes on crutches to stay off of it, so hes 100% for league play.

  • sfh89

    sfhsfballscores – very good news about Dietrich.

    Talked to him briefly after the game and told me as much.

  • cantinflas

    Missery is spelled MISERY

    You can’t even get the headline correct. This is a fourth grade spelling word.

  • Goldenarm


    Missery at San Marnio.
    Sounds like a title from one of your old Novellas.

  • Anonymous

    We sure would like to see some coverage for Maranatha next week when they play at home. Should be much more of a game against a tough league opponent. I think 5 wins in a row should help. Don’t get me wrong. I like reading about our guys in the blog but an article would be nice.

  • Coach C

    I guess that answers the question, “What will St. Francis do without Riley?’ Just go out and win the biggest game in 27 years. This team is packed with ball players. This could be their year. Way to go Golden Knights, enjoy this one, you deserve it!

  • Goldenarm

    throw, throw, throw….throw away your chance to win.

    By our making, we have abandoned our running game and against Monrovia, had no clear game plan except to pass the football, regardless of down and distance.

    With this strategy and plan, we could play Monrovia 100 times and lose 99 times. The one win would come only because Monrovia got tired of beating us, and Josh Lowden had come to like and respect Ruckle so much
    he ordered his team mates – to simply turn away and let Max score at will.

    M-town blitzed and teed off on the pass rush all night…and why not…no fear of the run. No draws, no screens, no visible counterattack to backers becoming rushers…just Justin using his athleticism to flee large men attacking the pocket.

    I could not see the fumble/incompletion or whatever happened on the far side of the field which turned into a M-town touchdown. I did however, see the very late flag and horrible, mindless INT call on TC which was a pivotal bad call – since it allowed Monrovia to eventually score on a drive that in reality had been stopped.
    It does not help the refereeing situation when your head coach repeatedly goes out to the center of the field and harasses the refs about their calls. What is the chance the coaches complaint will overturn the call? Nil. All that is accomplished is you make an enemy of the ref crew…and you lose your focus on the immediate need to LOOK AHEAD to the upcoming play, series and ballgame.

    Coaches…you push the kids to be productive…but seem satisfied with yourselves that we now have a better passing game. The truth is – the task is to win the game. We have the San Gabriel Valleys most productive running back, 4 of 5 lineman returning from a 3000 yard rushing season….and we pass 8 or 10 consecutive times in a row. OUR VERY FIRST HANDOFF…on his first touch, Max goes 47 yards for a touchdown. Please….if you can’t call a running play – at least try to balance the attack. Time of possession killed us last night, as we repeatedly handed the ball back to Monrovia’s talented offense and kept our D on the field all night. Anywhere on the planet earth – that is a recipe for disaster.

    Congratulations to Coach Maddox and all the Monrovia kids.

  • The Stang Fan

    SUPER congratulations go out to the boys at SF!!! Enjoy it!!!

    27 years wiped out in one night! Again, congrats.



    I respect a value your opinions. But I have to clearly disagree with you. The new age for offenses these days is the spread offense. You see it in the NFL and college football and it is now trickling down into the high school level. it you were watching the same game I was you would have seen that the play calling was for the most part balanced. It was 60/40 pass to run. From my seat in the stands (which isn’t that great) the o-line was no where to be seen. Missed blocks by the left side the whole night. The only legitimate lineman that are there are O’Malley and Sutton. Smith, Troung, Lumary and Jara are average at best. Everyone talks about the line being the strongest point of the team and all the hoop-la but in all honesty the o-line and the defensive backs are the weakness of the team. The few play we ran to slow up the pass rush who eaten up by Lowden and Johnson. I remember the screen where as soon as the ball was snapped Smith had defenders in his face and Ruckle not even knowing it. Also with the draws. there were 3 run all night and no where to go. When your o-line doesn’t run block you have to throw and when they don’t pass block you have to run and when they don’t do either you are in a bad spot. Ruckle makes most of the plays he breaks by himself. the line has no push and all they credit they recieved was pre-concieved. They haven’t done a thing to back up the praise they got. Goldenarm if you are so well schooled or voiced maybe you should have the balls to tell the coaching staff yourself instead of on this blog.

  • FB Einstein

    I agree Goldenarm. The two horrible calls in the first half cost TC a chance at winning. That was not a fumble nor was that pass interference…each costing the Rams 14 points before half. Monrovia played well but like all M-town teams they dont do anything great except wait for their speedy RB to find a seam and outrun everyone. #4 posses little threat but #27 is going to be a thorn in the sides of the Rams for years to come. I could rant and rave about the offensive play calling and wonder why in the hell Ruckle only touched the ball 10-11 times but at this point I know I would be wasting my breath. I will say this however, if youre going to run play-action every down it might help to actually RUN THE BALL so the defense doesnt tee-off of the QB.

  • Goldenarm



    your statements PROVE my point beyond any doubt.

    You name names on our lineman (kids by the way) then state only two are legitimate lineman. You never see GA insulting a kid on this blog and putting his name in print- not in 6 years.

    If this is the new direction for TC, one of excuses made by those in charge and insults to our players made publicly it appears Temple City football is in dire jeopardy and time has come to raise the awareness to those who need to know and are capable of doing something about it.

    I see your frustration – mine is equal.
    You have the power to make a difference.
    Push for excellence from our kids and stop saying what they cannot do…it is contagious and has already spread. Temple City has always done more with what we have than any area team. That is solid coaching.

    I will continue to support as I have and do whatever I can to see our seniors get a fair shake. Mooney and Backus lived with criticism and harsh observations, plenty of it from me..but in the end their character was unquestioned and still is.

  • Observantcat

    FB Einstein:
    I think that your QB did his job as best as he could under the circumstances. Your receivers were hit and miss type receivers they let a lot of balls go through their hands. Question, If you had the luxury of having running backs that could break the big one wouldn’t you do the same thing? Thats what wins Ball games. We have another weapon that although is not as quick as Ramirez has the same potential, his name is Michael Harris #28 and he’s also just a sophomore, As well as #6 Bubba Johnson having another year together these three should be wreaking havoc on defense’s for the next couple of years. And Nick will always be a threat in case you didn’t notice he has still been working on his passing game. Usually he would just run but I think that the coaches have been telling him to believe in his passing abilities. Against the last 3 regular season teams he will have plenty of opportunity to do just that. I’t s tough changing what you love to do in the middle of the season.

  • Knight10

    Riley will be 100% for next week. They wanted to keep him off the field for the end of the game so he wouldn’t really hurt it before league. Obviously for the fact that league is more important. We still did it without him baby!

  • MHS fan

    FB Einstein: You are wrong about #4Bueno. He will be a thorn on your side for another year. The coaches are keeping him from doing too much and letting other weapons get their touches. They want him healthy for cif.

  • FB Einstein

    Re: Observantcat
    “Question, If you had the luxury of having running backs that could break the big one wouldn’t you do the same thing?”

    Answer…Max Ruckle. Problem…the coaches at TC dont understand that eventually Ruckle will break the big one…or twoor three. I commend your coaching staff for staying with the run throughout the game. In the end it was #27 getting his touches that proved the difference.

  • FB Einstein

    Re: Observantcat
    “Question, If you had the luxury of having running backs that could break the big one wouldn’t you do the same thing?”

    Answer…Max Ruckle. Problem…the coaches at TC do not understand that eventually Ruckle will break the big one…or two…or three. I commend your coaching staff for staying with the run throughout the game. In the end it was #27 getting his touches that proved the difference.

  • observantcat

    FB Einstein:
    I think that when you dissect the game a bit further you will come to the conclusion that White didn’t have as many options as TC fans are quite used to. Max being the only real go to guy has a lot on his plate to stay healthy and become a factor in the late season. I still believe that TC will reach at least the quarter final round in the Mid valley Possibly even the Semi’s again. So having Ruckle healthy would be my main concern. Playoffs you unleash all of his game because you have nothing to lose. I dont remember seeing any other running back other than Max touch the ball. He and DeShawn both had about the same number of carries, but remember we still utilized Johnson towards the end of the game to keep the ball in our hands and wear down the TC defense. That’s were the balance favored Monrovia and the fact that we didn’t turn the ball over. If I were White I would try and find anyone to carry the ball from time to time and not worry so much about trying to swing a pass off the line of scrimmage. San Marino should give you guys a great test leading into the playoffs. Win or lose you will know which direction you will need to pursue in order to further your chances in the post season.

  • Rams Fan 09

    Temple city isn’t the same anymore..whoever saw the game last year knows that..temple city barely lost last year 13-7 in the final mins of the game..temple city doesn’t have the team that they have had in the past..Justin smith is not even as close to being as good as Morgan hatch was last year..temple city had threats at the wideout position..they had Kenny Werner and Gianni Bruno Lopez and sometimes Christian Cano too..Kenny and Gianni made it so easy for Morgan to connect and find them in the open field..they both had speed and size and made defensive backs and safeties look ridiculous..the wideouts for temple city this year can’t even compare to the wideouts that temple city has had in the past and last year too..Ima rams fan but I don’t like what the new coaching staff is doing at temple city..temple city is a smash mouth running team and not a spread offense team but if they were a spread offense team last year..they woulda killed it..mtown deserved to win last night becuz they have a better team but last year was a different story..temple city took it to them and showed them they had alottuh of talent

  • Anne Onimus

    FB Einstein. I’ll assume you don’t follow Monrovia football too much just by your comment alone that #4 is of little threat. Defensive coordinators have had to adjust just to make sure they have containment on him. Which then opens up lanes for the RBs. Most of the games(if not all) they’ve played so far, defenses have been focusing on him. But now with the emergence of #27, I’m interested to see how defenses will adjust. Over 700 yards on the ground, 400 yards in the air on only 50 attempts, and is of little threat?

  • Observantcat

    Miguel, I dont know if you noticed that our first string kicker was on the sidelines for what reason I dont know, but our backup kicker was summoned from the Freshman team and did a hell of a job although he missed a couple of extra points, his potential seems to very promising. Our punt team led by Lowden the punter didn’t do so bad. Lowden is know from putting the ball into orbit, but sometimes you just has to give the guy a little rest after playing both way.

  • New York

    Listen. Nick can pass just fine. We need guys to step up and catch some balls.

  • FB Einstein

    #4 would not last if he was the focal point on offense. He was showing the affects of those QB draws early in the game and was slow getting up each time. At one point one of his o-linemen helped him limp back to the huddle. He doesn’t throw from the pocket and when he does boot he throws it up. When he does complete passes its when the defense is overreacting to the play action. He is quick and elusive but he posed no threat to TC or SM in back to back weeks. Without that ground game he would be just like La Salle’s QB….running for his life!

  • Anonymous

    Rams Fan 09,
    Please do not call yourself a fan. You are giving the rest of us a bad rap.

  • New York

    Well…I suppose it’s nice that we have a ground game. We pass enough to be able to run. That’s what TC used to do.

  • New York

    I loved hearing that PHS went with a double-wing. It is the opposite philosphy of the spread, and it’s a lineman’s dream of pulling, trapping and double teaming.

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  • Miguel Melendez

    cant believe it! — You nailed it! I was a star defensive end at Temple City under the Mooney Era and my son and nephew were on the team. Even my daughter was a water girl!

  • MHS fan

    FB Einstein: Bueno is the focal point of the M-town offense, if you haven’t noticed. They run the spread option, meanining he decides who gets the ball during the play. He also is given the green light to audible on the line of scrimmage. By the way, he looked to be fine and in great spirits after the game, running over to the TC side to say hello to his old friends, Tinsley and Gibson.

  • Cats dad

    Why are people still doubting Bueno? No doubt, he is one of the best players in the valley. Just accept it people.

  • New York

    People always doubted Doug Flutie as well.

  • FB Einstein

    Just saying #4 is not the reason Monrovia is feared. He’s a good high school football player. I give him his due. I’m simply saying he is not the top QB in the area…in the division…or the RHL. Mtown has great ILB and Great RB and overall team speed. That’s why they are no1. #4 fits well, but I would bet if Maddox could have the kid from TC or La Canada he would trade in a second. Good Luck Cats, hope we see you again in CIF.

  • Big Football Fanatic

    FB Einstein

    Your statements don’t really make sense.

    Things like if M-Town didn’t have a running game they would have to pass etc…

    It’s like saying if it wasn’t light right now it would be very dark…

    Or if it wasn’t raining it wouldn’t be all wet outside.

    We do have Running,Passing,Defense, and athletes at every position.

    So let the Teams we play worry about where the next great play will come from.

  • Anne Onimus

    FB Einstein, maybe you should take the ‘Einstein’ out of your name? Actually, you haven’t given him any dues whatsoever. Monrovia is 7-0 with #4 at the helm. You even said he fits well. Any good coach will design his offensive scheme around the personnel he has, and right now it’s working great with #4. Don’t start pitting these kids against each other and let Maddox speak for himself. By the way, what did #4 ever do to you? He’s only 16 years old, let it go. Worry about your QB.

  • MHS fan

    Hey Einstein: Why would Maddox trade Bueno, who is only a junior and will probably be a back-to-back RHL champ QB, for the TC or LC qb? They are running the spread option because of #4. Combined run/pass yds: Moore=1187, Smith=1287 and Bueno=1123 Combined run/pass TDs: Moore=14, Smith=10 and Bueno=11 . By the way, Bueno is 17 and 3 as a varsity quarterback.

  • Goldenarm

    If you recall, people said Golper sucked too.

    It appears the impact of skeptics is little to those who compete and stay focused. At 17-3 Bueno would fit that category.

  • FB Einstein

    You guys shouldn’t read the blog with the assumption everyone is out to get you or your team. I give #4 his due…he is a good high school football player and a good QB. My point is he is not a feared player when it comes to D-coordinators game planning Monrovia. He fits well with this team because he is good with his feet. He doesn’t throw the ball well, period! If your blind to that its because your standing too close. I’m sure Maddox is happy to have #4…all I’m saying is…well lets just put it this way, if M-town had a real passing threat then you and all the cats fans would have an argument when it comes to who is No.1 St.Fran or Mtown. Most QB’s would love to throw 5 yard screen plays and finish the night with 200 yards passing and 2 TD’s.

  • Anne Onimus

    I think it’s time you got off this subject. It is obvious by your comment, “My point is he is not a feared player when it comes to D-coordinators game planning Monrovia” that YOU DON’T REALLY KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT. You should ask Koffler(Rosemead), Dimalante and Backus(Arcadia), the entire La Salle and San Dimas coaching staff what they think of #4 at Monrovia and how much of a concern he was to them. Seriously, you should find a way to ask these coaches what they think of #4. You’d be so surprised to find out how little you know. It’s okay that you don’t know too much about football. But you should really consider changing your name to ‘Everything Not FB Einstein’.

    Since TC and LC both have a passing threat, what’s their excuse for not having an argument for No. 1?

  • Coach Prado-TC

    Really, FB einstein
    Maybe you don’t watch much high school football, as Bueno is currently a High School football player. He is a great player and he is currently playing High School Football. I think Bueno will be a great college football player which ever way he decides to go QB or DB.
    I am tired of these bloggers complaining day in and out about how they think players should be playing, how coaches should be calling a game, or how a program should be.
    Both coaches and players put endless hours of film, practice, game planning and effort to compete at the highest level. I doubt their is one coach that will ever put a student athlete at risk for injury or loss.
    Until your part of the solution, your still a problem. Yes, I am talking to Golden Arm, Ram Fan 09, Fb einstein, Nervo and the others.
    You watch practice but yet you wish you could be side by side in battle with these young men.

  • Reno Hightower

    Yo Einstein,

    Sounds like you a dentist working without novacaine on your patients. KEEP IT UP! Make everybody squirb around a little. Reno agrees and says that Bueno ain’t a great thrower; but he is a winner at the end of the night. He has to be accounted for run/pass. Rarely, is Nick in a 3rd and long situation where a laser 20 yard dart is needed. He can use his legs for the 1st down; hence run/pass. He would be a good wishbone/veer QB. They are different animals than a dropback QB.

    Coach Prado,

    Shame on you! You let the blog get under your thin skin. Guess they don’t teach you “heat in the kitchen” in Football 101 at that little school in Iowa. After a TD or a pick (and I’ve thrown plenty of both) I just wonder over to the bench and get ready for the next series, no matter if I get a slap on the back or tobacco spit in my face. TC is Mayberry compared to Bakersfield or Taft where they put “For Sale” signs in your front yard. So, get yer “Opie” ass back into the office and quit whinning.

  • SP FAN

    It’s Time, Right?

  • New York

    Wow. Goldenarm has always been the classiest blogger and has always been loyal to Temple City. Remember, just because somebody respectfully disagrees does not mean that he/she is not supportive. 100% conformity is not always the solution. Sometimes the emperor needs to be told that he is wearing no clothes. I hope the non-personal feedback is not taken personally.

    Separately, it is great to have an opposing coach offer praise for Monrovia’s quarterback. That was very classy.

  • Anonymous

    Wow, a coach coming on this blog to lecture bloggers?! It’s clear the kind of ship Coach White is running over at TC! I’m more worried about TC now than I was after Friday’s loss. When a coach points the finger at fans it begs the question who else are they pointing the fingers at? Are the coaches pointing fingers at each other? Or worse, are they pointing fingers at the players? In the end, coaches are responsible for what happens on the field! Fans are going to be supportive when a team wins & critical when a team loses it’s just how it goes. Coach Prado TC, you made a mistake coming on this blog, just stick to coaching the kids, leave the blogs to the fantics.

  • Observantcat

    GA: Take a deep breath and keep command of your position as Mayor of the PSN. It is rare that a coach takes the liberty to reprimand his fans. It brings me back to an earlier comment that I made after TC tied with Arcadia about the Captain sailing his ship in different directions. Coach White is a very young coach and I’m sure there are EGO’s as Big as the ship itself trying to hold on while the ship seems to be off course. If there is a True Green & Gold Fan willing to set up a town meeting with this new coaching staff and try and Iron out the frustrations of your program now is the time to do it. In years to come the Bull Shty will begin to stack so high and the main focus of your argument will slowly dissipate as teams like SM will take notice and begin playing to the ego of The mighty TC coaching staff. GA I think you could be the MAN for the JOB.

  • Nervo

    “I am tired of these bloggers complaining day in and out about how they think players should be playing, how coaches should be calling a game, or how a program should be.”

    Well I am tired of coaches taking over a successful program and then screwing the pooch under the guise of “we’re taking it in a new direction”. The football program at TC is entirely different. You had a spread offense ready before you even knew you would have a stud like Smith at QB, proving that your style of play matches what YOU (the coaches) would like, rather than what your talent is suited for. Even traditions as trivial as the cheerleader goodies to football players have been changed so that the coaches have control over everything (don’t even get me started on the horns BS).

    Why not put your fatuous ego aside and stop trying to prove yourself? People are not upset with your efforts at reforming the program. We are (at least I am) unhappy with the arrogant way in which you try and win games instead of letting the players do that.

    And a final side note, how many respected coaches of the area (Mooney, Garrison, Koffler, etc.) have ever come onto this blog (and rest assured most do look at it) and blasted bloggers (let alone their own fans)? None. You should follow suit and just read.

    Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt….

  • Philly B.

    I totally understand where you are coming from, back on your first blog. You cant make enemies with the refs, it will just end up hurting you in the end.

    Wonka, you wanna blame the line of tc, but could it just be Monrovias D-line was just on another level last friday night???

    FB Einstein
    ” Monrovia played well but like all M-town teams they dont do anything great except wait for their speedy RB to find a seam and outrun everyone”
    Sounds like once again, your hating on Monrovia’s Talent, which is understandable, but stop crying about
    it already! Its pretty pathetic. You say bueno only passes when he rolls out……and… what!!! If it works than it works. You said he had to get helped getting back to the huddle….the main thing is he got back up regardless. If the run works which it did against T.C. why should we have to pass???? Only time monrovia needs to pass is when they have 9 in the box. But like new york said, we probably need receivers catching passes as well. But Stop criticizing Bueno or the play calling for not passing. Do not compare him to La Salle’s QB, I think thats disrespectful. Bueno doesnt run for his life he runs to get first downs and yardage. Also since I see you’ve been doing that espn commercial: Talking out of your…..Lack of Information!!
    Monrovia fans could care less if we’re No.1 in the area or not. What does mean to us??? Nothing at all. You say hes not the best QB in the division….but hes undefeated. You say Defensive Coordinators dont fear him. Ask Rosemead and San Dimas About that who I believe is still No.2 in the division. You fail to realize like MHS fan Said they run the spread option, you gotta have a QB that can MANAGE the game and not turn the ball over! So for you to say Bueno is not a factor at all is just dumb. COME ON MAN!!! And trade him…. not with a 17-3 record. maybe you should take einstein out of ur name…..
    Miguel I thought you went to alhambra LOL.

  • Goldenarm

    This blog is about football and that is why I come here.
    After the last game is played this year – it will be a good time to look at all the puzzle pieces and see if we are traveling the right direction and with the right people – who have both the knowledge and integrity to lead. We have good kids in the pipe right now – and they deserve the best coaches and mentors we can provide for them.

    Coach White has made mistakes – and has been man enough to stand up and say so. Every head coach has a first season, few to none will ever say it was their best season. Not being an alum and with a staff that appears to shun and at times insult TC tradition – Coach White has gotten under some skins..and it doesn’t help when his assistants come out with an “us against them” public statement. White has made comprimises and has taken stands – same as you would expect from any decent human being. He is our head coach – and I support him. I mean that.

    If some individuals can’t tell the face of loyalty from the face of an enemy – not much you can do.

    With kids I have given rides and thrown Gatorade bottles to, watched come slowly back from injury and then fall again….I can’t just walk away. 4 summers of it up close and personal, a one win season, a league championship, an almost CIF dream…there is too much already in stone. 3 league match ups and hopefully CIF to go…I am hanging all the way to the last tick and you won’t ever hear me rag a kid by name or blame the line or certain kids in the secondary for losing a game. The team wins – the team loses.

    You guys blew me away. PhillyB, New York, Ocat and others. thanks, GA

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