Friday Night Aftermath: San Marino rolls over Rosemead; Charter Oak clings to win over Muir; Pasadena Poly comes home with a victory; Monrovia, St. Francis, Rio Hondo Prep and Maranatha take care of business.



San Marino 42, Monrovia Rosemead 20 — Benny Hung rushed for 188 yards and two touchdowns and quarterback Joe Forgatch completed 12 of 19 passes for 188 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Titans in the dominating victory. Rosemead’s Matt Fregoso rushed for 190 yards on 26 carries and quarterback Matt Macias completed 12 of 22 passes with one interception and three touchdowns to lead the Panthers. Rosemead had no answer for Hung, who scored on runs of 17 and 13 yards. Forgatch connected on a 24-yard touchdown pass to Stevie Yortsos and a 53-yard dart to Ben Harwich. Forgatch also scored on runs of 1 and 10 yards. It looked like the game was going to be a slug fest, but San Marino put that theory to rest when it scored 21 unanswered points to end the first half. Hung was just tough as nails down the middle, smash-mouth football at its best. Yortsos is fun to watch. He returned an interception 32 yards from the end zone, tippy-toeing at the goal line and letting one then two defenders fly by to miss the tackle. Forgatch is much much improved from last year and provides a dual threat for the Titans. He’s tough and is not afraid to get the extra yards. San Marino went all out, going 3 for 3 on fourth-down conversions. This team will be dangerous and were definitely fun to watch from the Titans sidelines.

Monrovia 40, South El Monte 7 — You knew it would be Monrovia’s day when on its opening drive Dejawn Jones recovered Ellis McCarthy’s in the end zone for the opening score. Nick Bueno’s first run was for a touchdown and his last two throws also were for scores. No starters played in the second half, which had a running clock the rest of the way. See you all in Lancaster, err, Palmdale.

Burbank 21, Alhambra 14 — Tipping my hat here for Gil Ruedaflores who after 21 seasons steps down as the Moors coach. Alhambra had a 14-0 lead with two touchdown passes from quarterback Darrian Cazarin. But Alhambra’s offense was limited to 27 yards in the second half and Burbank’s 21 unanswered points sealed the deal.

Cerritos Valley Christian 45, La Caada 0 — The visiting Spartans (5-5) trailed 31-0 at the half in the first-round loss of the CIF-Southern Section Mid-Valley Division playoffs.
Valley Christian (8-3) is the Olympic League champion that knocked off Paraclete, the defending divisional champion, in the season finale. Cerritos Valley Christian will play the San Dimas-Workman winner in the quarterfinals. La Caada won a Rio Hondo League playoff against Temple City last week to earn a playoff berth as the league’s third-place team, and made a playoff appearance after a long absence.

Charter Oak 20, Muir 19 — Muir missed a two-point conversion in the final play of the game to let this one slip away. Trailing by seven late in the fourth quarter, Mustangs quarterback Jarron Williams connected with Ormoni Duncan for a dramatic 30-yard touchdown on fourth and 18 with four seconds remaining and cut Charter Oak’s lead to one. Perhaps pulling a play from Bill Belichick’s book, Muir coach Ken Howard opted to go for two points for the win, but Williams’ quarterback draw was stuffed at the line of scrimmage by Chargers standout linebacker Keith Smith.

West Covina 40, San Gabriel 7 — West Covina was led by sophomore Chris Soloman who rushed for a career-high 192 yards on just 15 carries.

Maranatha 59, Frazier 13 — The Minutemen’s Erik Johnson did much of the damage, accounting for 145 yards of total offense, 60 on the ground and 85 through the air in the first half. The second-quarter scoring barrage was a balanced attack. The Minutemen’s offense scored on touchdown runs of 1 and 4 yards, and quarterback Cody Keith threw two passes for touchdowns from 7 and 44 yards.

St. Francis 55, Ghar 34 — St. Francis scored 21 points in the fourth quarter with nine minutes left. Justin Posthumas rushed for 102 yards and passed for 145 yards with two touchdowns. Ghar’s Casey Nielsen passed for 405 yards in the losing effort.

Rio Hondo Prep 34, Desert Christian 0 — Rio Hondo Prep’s Charles Quintero was lights out for the Kares, returning a 109-yard interception for a touchdown and a 60-yard punt return for a score to lead the defending Northeast Division champions. Quarterback Chris Llamas ran for one touchdown and caught one, too. Yes, caught one, too. He caught 4-yard touchdown pass from J.T. Parker on the trick play in the second quarter.

Pasadena Poly 54, St. Genevieve 42 — Pasadena Poly quarterback Hunter Marryman connected on a 68-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Capehart with 22 seconds left to cap a dramatic 54-42 win over St. Genevieve in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Northeast Division playoffs Friday night at L.A. Poly. Pasadena Poly (7-4) will play the Linfield Christian-CSDR winner next week at South Pasadena High. The Panthers withstood the Valiants’ frantic effort in the waning minutes. St. Genevieve (9-2) had the ball at Pasadena Poly’s 3-yard line but fumbled at the 1. The ball rolled for five seconds before the Panthers’ Zach Murphy recovered with under a minute left in the game. Pasadena Poly’s Blake Edwards had 295 yards on 25 carries and five touchdowns, helping the Panthers take a 47-28 lead at the half. “It was a track meet,” Pasadena Poly coach Brenden McGrail said. “We got off to a good start offensively, but then we couldn’t stop them and it was back and forth. In the end we were hanging on and we were fortunate to move ahead.” Merryman completed 10 of 19 for 328 yards and two touchdowns. Crazy, indeed.

St. Joseph 55, La Salle 0 — St. Joseph took a 21-0 lead in the first quarter and extended it to 48-0 at the half to overwhelm the visiting Lancers in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Northwest Division playoffs. The Lancers (5-6) trailed 48-0 at the half.

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    Good luck Panthers!!




  • Rosemead Rebels

    Bring the “Wood” Panters!!!

    Joey Diaz is the best kid I have been assciated with, he will make a difference in tonights game.

    Once a Rebel, always a REBEL!

  • The Stang Fan


  • Why Not Us?

    good luck to all the RHL wish you all the best

  • Desert Rat

    Hey JJIMENEZ…is Diaz ok yet? He was walking a little gingerly last night at the Azusa/Covina game. I can only imagine its been killing him on the sideline being his senior year. I hope he gets to play. Good luck tonight!

  • Trojan Man

    Word I got is NO DIAZ !



  • Trojan Man

    Word I got is NO DIAZ !



  • GrimReaperxxx

    Note: Don’t Fear the Reaper.

    Azusa fans last night during the 4th quarter were yelling stuff like, bring on Rosemead! Beat Rosemead! etc.

    I guess they don’t agree with Miguel, or Cal Preps, or others on a SM victory prediction.

    My view:
    SM has done a good job containing run damage all year. They did a very good job containing both the Monrovia and TC running game. In SG only QB scrambles really did rushing damage on a couple of long 4th downs. It is the pass that has hurt on occasion. So while Diaz may be all that, I dont see him being the difference. Line play and a timely pass will be the formula if Rosemead is to prevail. Unfortunately, all the scores of common opponent games say Rosemead falls by two touchdowns 12-14points.

    But like always, the Reaper admits total fallibility.

  • Laughing from Phoenix

    That was bad news west siders! Diamond Ranch not only beat Burroughs, they slammed ’em! DR is probably the 5th best team from the east valley in this division. Muir is being sent to the slaughter house tonight!!!!

  • Jack Dundee

    Grim, I didn’t realize that TC had a running game? I know Ruckle was injured for that game, but they really didn’t feature him all year.

    Azusa should be careful of what they wish for. I’m pretty sure either SM or Rosemead would beat them. They play in a weak league and their record is reflective of that. Weren’t they like 10-1 last year when TC put a beating on them?

    Good luck to all local teams tonite.

  • Desert Rat

    Oh come on guys…leave the Azusa faithful alone. Let them enjoy their brief stay in the postseason.

  • Philly B.

    Desert Rat,
    HAHAHA you got me really laughing about azusa’s brief stay in the playoffs. But you got a good point. Same thing goes with La Puente.
    But I really hope that SM pulls it off. I dont even know who is favored in that game really. But I want Rosemead to fight for four qtrs. I hope its decided in the 4th qtr. who wins. I also Want LC to give it all they got against Valley. we all know now that they all got heart to do what they did last week.

  • eagleball

    Titans have too many athletes and will be a more disciplined team tonight. They win going away because of their ability to stop the run. The Stangs are playing much better football but are in way over their heads against the chargers. Hope all come out of tonight’s contests healthy. I’ll be watching Amat take it to the Archs.

  • Desert Rat

    Philly B-

    Don’t get me wrong, I respect the work that has been put in over at Azusa. But I really think they’re in for a rude awakening next round. I just look where their wins come from and who they’ve lost to. Add-in what I saw last night, I don’t think they’re long for the playoffs.

    We’re still going ahead as planned, taking La Puente every bit seriously. A little over 7 hours from now, we should know what were dealing with…and hopefully, it’s on to the next one.

    Again, good luck tonight everyone!

  • New York

    Ironically, Azusa will be in the playoffs as long or longer than one of Monrovia or Paraclete!

  • New York

    By the way, what do you desert boys think of St. Margaret’s? They knocked off Whittier Chrisitan, and they beat Valley Christian 28-6 right before league.

  • D-Mo

    MM, are these your picks, or did someone draw them out of a hat for you? What is this blogs prediction record?

  • Desert Rat


    Good point, but I think they’re gone after next round.

    As for the Tartans..they’re okay. The lost to the only real hard team they played. They looked horrible against WC. It was a turnoverfest. They were very disciplined and regimented against Valley. Nothing that would blow your socks off. But they just got it done. I don’t think they’re going to have a hard time winning their division.

  • Philly B.

    Desert Rat,
    Im with you, I dont see Azusa going far. I think Rosemead or SM has what it takes to easily knock them off. SM even though its hard to admit but they have a defense that is mean and stingy, they showed monrovia how good their defense is.
    Good Luck to you guys tonight, take care of business and knock off la puente


    The typical high school football game is 2 1/2 hours. Thats the length of Muir’s playoff run…

  • Reno Hightower

    Playoffs?! Reno knows the playoffs; almost as well as Jim Mora does. Azusa took care of business last night against a short handed Covina squad. Congrats on advancing again. Shocker was DR all over Burroughs. Didn’t see that one coming. Burroughs was a solid team. Not solid is Muir. See the guy at the gate for your lovely parting gifts. M-Town 48-6 over S ElMo, SM 24-14 over the ‘Mead, Paraclete will get into La Puente’s cranium early 31-0 (How many Warriors get tossed and does the over/under in penalty yards exceed total offense), Burbank over the Moors by 21, West Covina over SG 38-27 in a shootout, and Amat survives over an average Mater Dei.

  • Reno Hightower

    Playoffs?! Reno knows the playoffs; almost as well as Jim Mora does. Azusa took care of business last night against a short handed Covina squad. Congrats on advancing again. Shocker was DR all over Burroughs. Didn’t see that one coming. Burroughs was a solid team. Not solid is Muir. See the guy at the gate for your lovely parting gifts. M-Town 48-6 over S ElMo, SM 24-14 over the ‘Mead, Paraclete will get into La Puente’s cranium early 31-0 (How many Warriors get tossed and does the over/under in penalty yards exceed total offense), Burbank over the Moors by 21, West Covina over SG 38-27 in a shootout, and Amat survives over an average Mater Dei.






    Come on, I was at the game last night and I didn’t hear any fans chanting that! I noticed different schools their and I did notice someone wearing a Rosemead shirt, but other then that, I didn’t hear any of that noise.

    AZUSA FANS were probably happy just beating Covina! This our second win C.I.F win since 1975, and we wouldn’t be pumping our chest! BELIEVE THAT!


  • sfhs92

    sf 55-34 less then 2minutes in the 4th

  • sfhs89

    Saint Francis blows open a close game late to romp, 55-34.

  • Tom S

    Wow, what a win over at Maranatha tonight. Frazier Mountain came out swinging with a 50 yard return on the opening kickoff and punch in a touchdown a couple of plays later and then it was lights off. Maranatha completly dominated the game from then. They had a great crowd on hand and never gave up. Now on to the winner of the Ontario Christian v 29 Palms

  • MoneyTalks

    Pasadena Poly beat 9 and 1 St. Geneieve team… just got word…. Poly played inspired ball on the road. I believe the final was 53-42 or 52-43.

  • MoneyTalks

    my bad… 47-42 Pasadena Poly.

  • Titan Sports Fan

    42-20 SM over Mead nearly shut out rosemead in the second half scored on a 4th and 10 with safety and corner misplaying the ball for there only score of the half … was impressed with rosemeads rb but he seemed to be the only one making plays on offense. Titans running game finally got on track with Benny Hung looking like he has a little bit more spring in his step than hes had the last month and a half. that could factor in a big way down the road

  • Anonymous

    Good job Pasadena Poly. Way to go.

  • Tom S

    Ontario Christian upset 29 Palms so the Minutemen travel to Ontario next Friday

  • Anonymous

    Maranatha should handle them pretty well. They have a 5-6 record and were worked by St. Margaret’s in Ontario earlier this year. Should be an easy win for the Minutemen.

    The rest of the Alpha League tonight…eh, not so hot.

  • Oddsmaker

    Rosemead at San Marino, 7 p.m. — San Marino (-4) SM covers 42-20
    South El Monte at Monrovia, 7 p.m. — Monrovia (-27) Monrovia covers 40-7
    Alhambra vs. Burbank at Burroughs, 7 p.m. — Burbank (-5) Burbank covers 21-14
    La Canada at Cerritos Valley Christian, 7 p.m. — Valley Christian (-7.5) Valley Christian covers 45-0
    Muir at Charter Oak, 7 p.m. — Charter Oak (-24.5) Muir covers 20-21
    San Gabriel at West Covina, 7 p.m. — West Covina (-13.5) West Covina covers 40-14
    Frazier at Maranatha, 7 p.m. — Maranatha (-5.5) Maranatha covers 59-13
    Gahr at St. Francis, 7:30 p.m. — St. Francis (-8) St. Francis covers 55-34
    Desert Christian at Rio Hondo Prep, 7 p.m. — Rio Hondo Prep (-15.5) RHP covers 34-0
    Pasadena Poly at St. Genevieve, 7 p.m. — St. Genevieve (-20) Poly wins outright 47-42
    La Salle at St. Joseph/SM, 7 p.m. — St. Joseph (-25.5) St. Joes covers 55-0

  • Stadium Facility Crew (SFC)

    First things, a great effort by the Stangs. Something tells me that Charter Oak is thrilled by the result but could’ve easily lost if Muir coaches could’ve maximized their athleticism all season. Tough to turn it on in time for the playoffs. It’s tough to win in the playoffs when the cohesion hasn’t been there against the tougher opponents. They just seem to be out coached at all times. In high school, I feel like coaching gives you a bigger edge than at any other level.

    Second, no surprises in the Mid Valley. I called every game including the Arroyo loss. I like the private schools (Valley Christian, Paraclete, and Whittier Christian) to make solid runs. I don’t think the Mission Valley has been good at all this year and I’m not surprised that they are all “one and done.” The Montview league is also terrible. I was surprised that Azusa was able to blow out Covina last night. That makes me think their league (Valle Vista) is pretty weak as well. The bottom line is that the RHL and the Olympic league are going to battle it out for supremacy before this thing is over. It starts next week with Monrovia at Paraclete. Enjoy the ride and the weather Miguel.

    I like what SM did to Rosemead tonight: pound the rock and hit play action passes over the middle. It looked like the offense was clicking on all cylinders. They made plays all night and with the exception of the first drive of the game, the coaching staff and players executed a fantastic gameplan. I’m not sure if Azusa will be anywhere near them if Hung runs as well as he did tonight. They looked awfully tough and they have several weapons (#1, #9, #34, 87) other than Forgatch and Yortsos. I was surprised to see the OL of SM blowing the bigger kids from Rosemead off the ball. They looked like they wanted it a bit more than Rosemead. The MLB for SM (#57) is a stud. Also, the DL had a couple of big hits on Rosemead’s QB. I was very underwhelmed with Rosemead offensively but their RB (#20) was quick and explosive; however, every time he hit a big hole Yortsos would make the tackle 20 yards down field minimizing the damage. Rosemead was unable to create a big play for TD until 4th and 12 when the score was 35-14 late in the third quarter.

    All that to say, I like Monrovia, Whittier Christian, SM, and Valley Christian in the Semi’s. Good luck to all the teams this week as they prepare. Enjoy the turkey and stuffing. It’s another great week to be playing football.

  • paul

    too bad diaz didnt play and missed most of the season with an injury, but hats off to matt fregoso for doing a great job filling in,and yes, he’s a rebel also, and great job matt macias, in a difficult position, but he hung in there as i know he would, good luck to the panthers and rebels in the future, coach paul

  • CO CIF Champions

    Congratulations Muir HS! Your boys should be very proud of the 4th quarter they played today.

    Our offense definately faded thinking the game was over. As a CO fan and parent that was very disappointing to see. You guys kept yourself in the game and almost pulled it out.

    Keep your heads up boys. No shame in losing the way you did tonight.


  • Amnot A Champion Since 1995

    San Gabriel Valley Tribune – These idiots are suppose to be the good Catholics from La Tijuana (errr La Illegal Aliens, errr LaPuente)??? Read what this Pende HO wrote:

    Why are they not here to compare Charter Oak and South Hills football to Bishop Amat?

    I’m sure Charter Oak and South Hills could have handled the Mater Dei Monarchs in the same way…HAHAHAHAA!



    AZtec Pride-

    You need to check yourself. I never said your boys were soft. I just said I don’t see them going far. And for you guys so-called laying the hat..yeah they had a couple nice hits. You only knocked two guys out of the game. Relax.

  • MFV

    LP helped out Monrovia last night by knocking out the Clete’s starting running back(did not return) and got into the head of thier star player(linebacker #59)which got him tossed from this game and next.LP has put it on a tee for you Monrovia don’t let the RHL down, stay focussed and knock it out of the park next week.

  • eagleball

    Looking forward to seeing the Titan crew punch Azoo in the mouth next weekend! The Cats will need all of their tools for the next mission into the high desert but should prvail.

  • Observantcat

    Miguel: You must have Monrovia on the brain. Get your Coat ready and fill up your tank. It will be worth the Drive. By the way San Marino did not play Monrovia last night!…. Check your roundup. Monrovia has some very promising freshman the stepped up to the varsity level last night. Paraclete should be a very good game.. and YES WE WILL REPRESENT!!!!! the H” with the cold. They will need H1M1 shots before and after the game, the “M” is for Monrovia!

    Ps.. Good Luck San Marino…. Brains and Toughness will shut up all doubters….

  • Matt

    What a difference a week makes for LC. The great high of last friday to last night. Valley Christian is very good. I thought Monrovia was the best I saw all year until last night. If they play for it all, all I can say is get there early and fasten your seat belt. The deciding factor will be Bueno, surprise, surprise.
    Best of luck to all the area teams still playing.

  • oldschoolpanther

    Nice job by San Marino! I feel bad for the Panthers but they were down all year and are still very young. I feel sorry for the Aztecs next week because even though the Covina game was a blowout they still have no chance what so ever against a tough Titan team. Paraclete still is the class of the MidValley I dont care what anybody says!

  • Anonymous

    CIF Semi Final Coin Flips

    * Denotes Home Team

    *Oak Hills vs. Maranatha (coin flip)
    *Grace Brethren vs. Maranatha (automatic)

    Monrovia vs. *Baldwin Park (coin flip)
    *Monrovia vs. Whittier Christian (coin flip)

    San Marino vs *Valley Christian (coin flip)
    *San Marino vs. San Dimas (automatic)

    *Rio Hondo Prep vs. Salesian (automatic)
    Rio Hondo Prep vs *Mojave (coin flip)

    Boron vs. *Pasadena Poly (coin flip)
    Chadwick vs. *Pasadena Poly (automatic)

    Mira Costa vs. *St. Francis (coin flip)
    Chaminade vs. *St. Francis (coin flip)

    also : Paraclete lost both of their coin flips for the Semis…

  • Anonymous

    Hey Desert Rat;

    You said that SD Parker is the only hard team that St. Margaret’s played. Does this mean you think Valley Christian isn’t very hard?

  • Desert Rat

    Um…yeah, Valley is good, not great…and beatable. Overall lack of quality in our division makes them look great.

    MFV – Your wrong again. 59 shot himself into orbit. No one from La Puente got in his head. Really a shame. But, our WHOLE defense is solid. Let the Cats start building some false hope with 59 out.


    I was not at the game(MUIR-Charter) but the #s don’t match up. Did Muir miss PAT’s or what, they should have been on target without the two piont conversion. It would’nt be shocking based on Muir horrible special teams history and game time calls by the coach Howard. A moral victory for Mustangs I really question that, they have the athlete’s to match most anyone they play and usually fall short in the details of coaching. I know Howard is probably the only one who really wants that job and God Bless him for it, but at sometime you have to sharpen your game and make attempts improve the 800 lbs Gorrilla in the room.

    I have an associate with a good coaching history and a Muir Alum offered to help with special teams several times in the past years, but was politely denied.

    I’m proud to be a Mustang and I hope the time comes when we are better than the underdog team with a lot of athlete’s that other teams take caution of.

  • GrimReaperxxx

    Note: Don’t fear the Reaper.

    Observations from the sidelines, Thurs Citrus College Azusa v Covina. The Reaper’s wife fell asleep around 7 watching reruns of Murder She Wrote on a fuzzy channel in the 50’s. The Reaper’s plan of buying a bottle of wine at the Early Bird dinner worked to perfection. Definitely a well thought out game plan, and good execution mean victory. That was all the opening that the Reaper needed to dash to daylight. The Reaper may be old but he is shifty.

    The Reaper decided to sit on the Azusa side. There have been some postings from variations on Aztec Pride. The Reaper thinks getting excited, cheering your team, and an occaisional good old fashion booing of a bad call are all in good fun. That is Pride and that is the way it should be. But as teams advance through the playoffs; more and more fans from other programs, college coaches, and scouts will be rubbing elbows with you. Thus care should be taken to see how your players, students, and parents represent the school and program. Especially where college coaches come knocking, character (player and family) can be a last tipping point when letters of commitment are concerned. Why do you think coaches come to your house? They already met your kid and they already saw the film. They are there to see you as a parent.

    Unfortunately, one Aztec player’s family sitting near the Reaper did not represent the program well and the player in a positive light. (Note: it was very clear to anyone within 50 feet or more of the parent, who the parent’s son was.) Constant yelling of taunts, expletives, and gang references, in front of the parent’s small children and for all fans, young and old, to hear, don’t reflect well on the program, school and the player. The Reaper looked at the fan next to him, and saw that that fan was covering his ears, in an attempt to block it all out. If I were a college coach, I would think long and hard before offering that player a spot on my team. Sometimes character counts.

    Like I said, it is good to get excited and you don’t need to be positive all the time. But I would guess this parent’s offensive, vocal behavior didn’t just erupt for the first time on Thursday. Most likely, if Aztec fans attended the games they might know to whom I am referring. (note: The Reaper could, but will not identify the player or parent, as it would only serve to publicly embarrass the kid, and the Reaper doesn’t “roll” that way.) School officials, other parents, or true fans might want to have a short, quiet talk with the parent about how the parent is representing the player and the program. That would be real Aztec pride.

    Sometimes when you are so wrapped up in something, as success comes and expectations rise, parents and fans can get caught up. When disappointment comes, the let down can be great. People who are normally good parents, students, & neighbors can lose perceptive and act in ways that are unexpected. Sometimes a reminder of how to represent your Aztec Pride in the program and your son is all that is needed.

  • Goldenarm

    Hats off to San Marino on a dominating victory last night. I think the babe who sang the anthem last night is still stretching out the Land of the Freeeeeeee…….note, talk about some vocal range.

    Hung had 67 yds on 31 carries against TC – he got his 67 in 3 carries last night, then added another 120 yds plus to his total. He was hitting holes with xtreme straight forward power, driving back tacklers and had excellent leg drive. That was the real Benny Hung!
    I had the glasses on the O-line and it was Mooneyball all the way. No socks #71 Titan RT tackle, RT guard and center were getting off the ball, trapping, moving and brushing off to get at the Mead backers. Some precison timed blocks and just hard work from the SM line…who deserve the game ball!
    Koffler and staff had the Panthers ready to play, if one were to judge pregame warm-ups – Rosemead was amped and ready to go. I thought Fregoso played his ass off, doing all he could and more to keep the Mead within striking distance. Macias threw a couple good passes, at times looked tentative, and scrambled well when he needed to.
    Play calling for SM was as good as it gets with the 1st quarter locked up at 14-14. On 4th and 6 you could smell the fake punt coming….though not really a fake, as Yortsos simply took the long snap and immediately bolted toward a seam to the rt side. Easy 1st down. I counted at least 3 sure TD’s where only Yortsos remained between Fregoso and the goal line – and Yortsos could not be juked or evaded…each time making the tackle. That is 21 points otherwise. Also, the TD catch in the corner had Yortsos one on one with the Panther corner waiting on a moonball lob from Forgatch, at first it appeared he pushed the corner, but it may have been just a mistimed jump…anyway Yortsos (the Deadliest Catch)hauled in the TD reception. He did everything but stir the chili in the snack bar, which somebody needed to do.

    San Marino does have the RHL record for most cougars in the grandstand. More jewelry hanging than a jazz concert at the Nokia. Those distractions aside…it was great execution and prep on the part of the Titans. The Rosemead coaches atop the SM bleachers film platform were yelling Pass!!!Meanwhile Forgatch was handing it to Hung, then came yells of COUNTER!!!while below Forgatch began dropping into pass mode. SM clearly had the offensive strategy dialed in, and on defense their players were well positioned and tackled well.
    The Panther kids played hard and are tough as is the Rosemead norm. On this night it just was not enough to get by a team that is peaking at the right time.

  • mister


    thanks for video Miguel

  • mister


    thanks for video Miguel

  • mister


    thanks for video Miguel

  • mister


    thanks for video Miguel

  • Goldenarm


    You are right my friend. The only advantage Azusa has is Deja Vu, because they will see the same thing they saw last year in Round 2, an RHL team with a determined Oline and a relentless run attack coming straight at them.
    I understand the Azusa front is stronger this year, and it will be critical that the Aztecs don’t get pushed into the turf and run over like TC did to them last 17-0. The Aztecs crossed the 50 yard line once.\

    Azusa will be airing it out and SM will not get past them if they are unable to pressure the QB. This was not much of a worry against the Mead, but Azusa has a solid pass attack and can score quickly in that mode.

    As far as the Azusa fans, they have a big loyal following of vocal and supportive folks, who have stuck with the team in the worst of times, pre-Schlerf.
    A few may be aholes yes, but that is the case in most grandstands. Aztec Pride is alright and I wish him well. But I am sitting shotgun in the BMW on this one.
    Go Titans.

  • big titan

    when will people start giving SM some love. there 9-2, lost to Monrovia by 2 and LC by 4 in what looked like an off night for the Titans. They out phyiscalled a tough Rosemead team and look ready to make a serious run for it all.

  • Will

    Monrovia all the way!!!!!

  • Philly B.

    First off, let me go by saying, i was the first and always one to question San Marin’s schedule, because I thought it was weak like usual. I also said if San Marino wants respect within the league and division they would need to win this game. And they did. Congrats to the titans for taking out rosemead. Now that Mooney’s there, their running game of counters, traps, and off tackles oh My, are in full gear. Bunny does not go down off first contact, that kid sees the hole and doesnt hesitate to go through it. SM plays fundamental football as always but now, they really have some play makers that have the confidence to make things happen. I saw very good tackling from their defense, but I still am skeptical in that department. But from an offensive standpoint, they looked good all around. They established the run on rosemead, in order to open up the passing attack that SM usually always has. The running game is now the finishing piece to that offense. Do I think they’re favored against Azusa…Yes I do. Do I think it’ll be another Rosemead like effort?? No i dont. Even though Azusa’s schedule is even weaker than SM, they do have some playmakers as well. No. 18 puts up numbers and is a playmaker, and if the kid has got speed he may be able to put up a fight against the titans. Again congrats to San Marino on a job well done!

    Go job cats on taking care of business. Glad the backups got some playing time in the 4th qtr. Also congrats to paraclete for also doing what they needed to do. Let the talk begin for next weeks match up. BATTLE UP NORTH!!! Miguel you can use that title if you cant come up with nothing better.

    Muir, You represented the WSGV well. When you have CO fans giving you props and giving you respect, thats what its all about. I hope Muir gets back up to dominance next season.

    Congrats to Shurr as well, even though I expected a larger margin of victory, a win is a win, and Now you will have to represent WSGV this week against DR, which from all the talk I hear is a much harder task.

    Before you even want to peak at Paraclete, you were first need to get past the titans of San Marino!!!! Believe me when I tell you, that azusa hasnt faced a fundamental team as the titans. You’re talkin about Paraclete??? Paraclete??? Playoffs??? Please if you were smart, you’d be thinking about doing ur boasting and bragging to titan fans. Paraclete id say is the 3rd best team in the division behind Monrovia and valley. Sorry SM but your defense is still a lil questionable, but 4th best out of 8 is still pretty good.

    Im going to take Desert Rat’s word and say that linebacker shot himself in the foot, and lost his cool. But everyone knows that Paraclete’s Defense is not just one linebacker, its the whole squad just like Monrovia is not just McCarthy, you have Dujuan Jones and others which makes our defense one of the best in the division. You took out their starting running back?? Ok, I still say thats not enough to put it on a “Tee” for monrovia!!! Dont let little things hype you up to say previous blogs, monrovia will prepare as if Paraclete is 100%.


    It seems your stuck on Monrovia TV. please dont jinx us like you jinxed Pasadena pretty much all year as well as San Gabriel HAHAHA.

    It seems as if you are a shifty old cat, but then again, I’d say that is something that can be recycled haha. I hate that you had to experience unruly fans at azusa, but I also Have to say that Im really not surprised at all.

    Paraclete travels real well, so If they have to go to whittier or baldwin park, it wont even matter, because they travel well

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  • Mustang Mom

    Ok, so finally last night I witnessed for myself firsthand and live the hype about Charter Oak. What I walked away with was the impression of a program and a community built on tradition and success that makes me appreciate and respect more why some of our families and kids from our community have chosen to transfer to Charter Oak. After the game our boys on both teams were happy to see each other but you could just tell how happy I still call them our boys were at being at C.O. and being a part of something special.

    Before anyone goes after my comments every one of us wants what is best for our children and I at least can’t and won’t blame some of the families that have made decisions that they felt were in the best interest of their children. Really felt good to see the respect and love everyone had for each other but what also felt right and different is the feeling you get from the Pasadena families at Charter Oak. I was very proud of our boys from Muir and actually our boys from Charter Oak too. Great game and a great night. One we will always remember and truthfully I wish we played Charter Oak every year because I really want that last play back or at least another chance to beat them. Good luck to Charter Oak in the playoffs. I promise you Muir will be back making noise real soon. We’re hungrier than ever!

  • Voice of reason

    Could sometime explain to me how teams are rated for the cif playoffs…..seems to me that the Olympic league was grossly underrated……their champion rated lower than all other leagues and two #2 teams in other leagues…..additionally, Paraclete (last year’s champion was rated below three other #2 teams….But for favorably flip of the coin for San Dimas, all of the Olympic teams would have been playing at home in the second round against higher ranked teams…seems very illogical

  • voice of reason

    just wondering if strength of schedule plays a role in the ranking of cif playoffs?

  • Anonymous

    CIF appears to do a lot of their rankings based on the team’s win loss record and less on strength of schedule. I hate to say it…but I think they are basically lazy and the win/loss record is the easiest thing to look at.

  • oldschoolpanther

    I saw Azusa play last week and they are a good team but San Marino right now is at a different level. They block and run the ball very well. The passing game is decent when the running game opens up. Rosemead missed alot of tackles and both backs made them pay.

    I think that next year the Mid Valley will only get better with teams like Temple City, Rosemead, Arroyo, San Marino and South El Monte only getting better.
    By the way Fregoso runs hard just like his brother Anthony White.

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  • The Stang Fan

    First things first……..damn…Damn…DAMN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ok, cool. Just had to get that one out. Ol’ school “Good Times” reference for you new schoolers.

    Muir Alum and Mustang Mom,

    I hear you loud and clear. I do not disagree (at least with most of it.) There are A LOT of things I’d love to talk about from last Friday’s game. Some bad, some good, and some great. But there’s only one thing I’d like to focus on with this particular post. One thing that stood out among ALL of the other stuff that took place:


    For those of you who weren’t there, let me tell you…it was something to see. Remember, we’re talking about a 4-6 team with 3 league losses and two blowout losses against two top-rated teams. We’re talking about a team who came in to a #1 team’s house as a #16 seed. We’re talking about a team who had, MAYBE, 100 fans in attendance (which includes the drum corp btw) against a packed house for the home team. We’re talking about a team who appeared to be DWARFED in size in the interior by CO’s hogs. We’re talking about a team who was SEVERELY outnumbered on the sidelines. We’re talking about a team who played more than three-quarters of their team both ways against a team that might’ve had 2-3 players going both ways. We’re talking about a team who was dogged ALL WEEK by pundits (with the exception of Miguel) and fans who said they would be BLOWN to smithereens. We’re talking about a team full of underclassmen playing against a team stocked with seniors. We’re talking about a team who lost in the 1st round last year, playing against a team that won CIF last year. We’re talking about a team who struggled mightily on offense ALL year long, playing against a team that hadn’t given up a SINGLE POINT in over a MONTH. Lastly, and most importantly, we are talking about a team who was down by 20 POINTS with 9 minutes remaining in the game.

    And these dudes fought. And fought. And fought. For 9 singleminded, hard-fought, manly minutes, these guys went to-to-toe with the champ the way only a doubted, relentless, battle-tested underdog could. I know many may claim me as simply a superfluous scribe who is putting a “little extra on it,” as the kids say….but I gotta tell you man, I was overwhelmed with the way these youngsters dug DEEP and fought back against all the odds.

    Down 20 to the champ, these guys who had been ragged on ALL YEAR long decided they had something inside of them to fight. At about the 8 and a half minute mark the offense scores. Folks in the stands, applaud graciously, as if to say, “Awww, good job boys. You actually scored!” But the Stangs didn’t listen. They dug deep again. After going back and forth and stuffing the Chargers, they stripped the ball loose from a CO back and recoverd. A few plays later, and after a perfectly-called screen that went about 30 yards for a TD, the score was 20-13 with just under 3 minutes left. Again, the Stangs dug deep. And again they stuffed the Chargers. On 3rd and 6 CO ran a play action, and again a perfectly-called play, this time a blitz, pressured the QB who avoided the sack but was stripped of the ball by the surging d-end. Muir recovers. The 100 fans go wild on the visitor’s side while the packed home crowd is hushed. The next 3 offensive plays were nightmares, and the Stangs find themselves with a 4th and 18, and basically a 4th and “turn your pads in.” The next play was a perfectly thrown, perfectly run 30 yard toss that featured a perfectly laid-out WR who REFUSED to have his season end on THAT play. 20-19. Four seconds remained. Beyond awesome. Just 9 minutes before when everyone had wrote the season off…the Stangs dug deep. At about the 2 minute mark when the PA announcer thanked all who had come out for another “Charger vicotry”…the Stangs dug deeper. When they faced the end of their season on a 4th and forever, they dug their deepest.

    There was NO way you go into overtime. You gotta go for two. You convert, and you shock the SGV. No questioning the call. Whatsoever. The Stangs came out and ran their play. This time the champ dug deep and answered the call…as only a REAL champion could. They stuffed the run with a dominant surge. Play over. No good. The home stands go crazy. Game over.

    Mutual respect was earned, and shared. Tears were shed. Exhales were released. Congratulations were dished out. Consolation was doled. It was a great example of why high school football is played, and why it is an important fabric of our communities. Awesome. Just awesome

    Congrats to CO, who showed true championship grit and held on for a tough win. Good luck in your quest for a repeat.

    And to the Stangs, I’d like to congratulate you on a feat no one thought possible. You guys were 3 yards away from a shocking victory, but apparently it would have only been shocking to everyone outside of the locker room…because you guys believed. I have never been so PROUD of a Muir team as I was of you guys last Friday. With everything stacked against you, you believed in yourselves and you believed in each other and you fought to the bitter end. You showed HEART beyond belief and I couldn’t be any prouder. Congrats boys.

  • Yup

    Hey Stang Fan,

    Best post of the year! I give Muir all the respect they deserve and earned!

  • Hal Lamaster

    It was a real pleasure reading The Stang Fan’s post. I felt like I was there at the game.

  • Tom S

    The Stang Fan:
    I to was one who thought Muir would be blown out by Charter Oaks. When I checked the Fridy night score updates I couldn’t believe the final score. Great post!
    Guess you can never count the Stangs out.

  • MoneyTalks

    Thanks STang fan for painting the picture and the moment. If were calling the plays for the stangs what would have you called that 2 pt conversion?

    I always like PA no matter what.


    Does anybody know where the AZUSA and San Marino game will be played at?. I beleieve we might be playing at Citrus again.

    Goldenarm come on, I’ll give you TC shut us down, and your D completely stop us, but your wrong about only crossing the 50 once, I watch that dvd almost everynight and get teary eyed.HAHAHAHAHAHHA! They cross more then once beleve me.


  • Philly B.

    Stang Fan
    That was the best blog of the year, by far. U made me feel as if I was there even though i wasnt

  • Observantcat



    Mid-Valley Division
    No. 1 Monrovia (11-0) at Paraclete (7-4)
    Baldwin Park (9-2) at Whittier Christian (8-3)
    San Marino (9-2) at No. 3 Azusa (10-1)
    Cerritos Valley Christian (8-3) at No. 2 San Dimas (10-1)

  • please?

    stang fan,
    would you mind taking over for miguel? youre twice the writer he is..

  • please?

    stang fan,
    would you mind taking over for miguel? youre twice the writer he is..


    I hope we play a little better then Last years second round playoffs. Calpreps has AZUSA projected to lose 26-19, and that’s not a bad margin! This might be AZUSAS best chance! Are recievers did pretty good aginst Covina and our defense needs to hit hard!


  • CO CIF Champions

    Stang Fan,

    That was an excellent write up! I just relived the entire game through your words.

    I said it last friday and I say it gain, the MUIR HS boys should be proud and the Pasadena community should congratulate them for the game they played. No other team played us harder this year. Not Rancho Cucamonga, not Etiwanda, not anyone.

    No shame in losing a game like this one. Definately, one for the memory!

  • MoneyTalks

    Stang Fan,

    Is it too early to talk about muir for next year? You guys return 8 on offense and 6 on defense. Holy cow…

    Arcadia will be right up there as well with basically everyone returning. 7 sophs started this year.

  • burbanksports

    Stang Fan
    Don’t know if you can take Miguel’s job, but feel free to fill in for Fred J anytime. Congrats on the effort and I’m thinking 2nd place for Muir next season….Burbank’s young this season too.
    Southeastern Final this Friday night at Cal Hi- winner will win the division.


    This is why FOOTBALL is the greatest sport in the world…11 vs 11 on the field of dreams and thats it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    All of the stats, Blogs, excuses, size, numbers, fortune tellers, small crowd, BIG crowd, noise, heart, no heart (TIN-MAN), rain, wind, earthquakes, shooting stars, lights, and so on and so on…just play the game. NO EXCUSES

    Coach DAWG

  • Goldenarm


    You must enjoy pain, put away the TC/Azusa DVD. For the Aztecs last year, the goal line was like standing on the Long Beach breakwater and looking out, trying to see Catalina on a foggy day. You know it is out there somewhere, but you got no chance of seein it on this particular day.
    That said, congratulations on a great season and winning the Montview. I only wish I felt some of the optimism and promise right now that the Aztecs have. 2 consec years heading into Round 2! That should give any Aztec pride.

    Your HC and staff will be better prepared for what SM is bringing your way, because you got a dose of it in Round 2 last year. SM does not have the speed/power of TC’s D line last year, but their O line is on a roll big time. Best of luck to you. Should be a great match up.

  • Goldenarm

    I wish, I really wish, that Muir had somehow converted that 2 pointer.

    In the wish department, that puts me at 0-2 this year.

    Incredible job Stangs. The Lincoln Ave rollercoaster hit just about every high and low this year.

  • Goldenarm


    take care of Paraclete!

  • Reno Hightower

    Reno seen the Mustangs this year. Unfortunately the Charter Oak act was played out in many scenarios this year; fall behind with enept play, rally, fall short at the end. Diamond Ranch, Burbank, Burroughs, and CV are all the same game, same results, different teams. There is no doubt about the talent or the physical style of play. There were some great players and great plays. Not just enough of them in the long run. And yes, football is the greatest game. The raw emotion that is left out on the field at the end is unmatched by any other sport.

  • Goldenarm

    Stang Fan,

    Your absence and intermittent postings this season have taken some life from the blog. Normally, when I observe something like “San Marino holds the RHL record for most cougars in the grandstands” I can expect an Amen from you or tcchamps.
    This year no such reply.

    Not sure why you were less frequent this year…but your overall roundup on SGV football throughout the season was missed.

    It was a disapointing year for the Green and Gold. Whenever we really needed something – it just did not happen for us. The reasons are many – but it was NOT the fault of any of our kids, who played their asses off all season long. All the emotions you describe so eloquently were in play on our last Friday night of football – and somewhere from that madness – our kids will find lessons and strength to take elsewhere in life.

  • tcchamps

    Amen and Amen

  • Anonymous

    it hurts the stangs lost

  • New York

    When was the last time TC did not make the playoffs?

    Very likely that only one seeded team remains after Friday night.

  • Goldenarm


    1997 was the last year TC did not make post-season
    (going by memory only here-)if I am wrong somebody please correct

  • Yo

    Good chance no seeded teams remain after friday night.

  • New York


  • Madcat

    The title should be Burbank and Referees rallies to defeat Alhambra, 21-14.

  • goteamgo

    What will be the Game of the Week for this week?

    Monrovia vs Paraclete?

  • Midvalley Man

    San Marino will run all over Azusa and advance to the Semis. Azusa will finally play a real team and that is a fact!
    San Marino 31 Azusa 7


    Midvalley (WRONG)MAN;





  • Joe Amat

    The Stang Fan,

    Someone cut&pasted your post on the Trib blog. You’re the man – that was awesome! It’s OK to be disappointed in the results but still be proud of their efforts. Two different things. Congratulations to the Mustangs!

  • Midvalley man

    I saw Azusa play last week and the Aztecs look like a team that plays in slow motion.
    By the way Miguel make sure that the press box has a seat for you! Please why act like your gonna be on the field after the crap you pulled at last years Paraclete game.


    I’ll say this, after going to MAX PREPS and looking at SM’S wins and losses, AZUSA will have to play it’s BEST BALL. Their two losses are to MONROVIA AND La Canada, and that’s pretty impersive! I’m no fool and not going to run my mouth and say that we’re going to WIN.I’m just hoping it’s close and not a LONG NIGHT!

    We were better off playing ROSEMEAD, and I believe we would have had a better chance!

    ALL I can say, the offense and the Defense needs to bring their A GAME, or else it’s going to be cold in the stands!


  • To YO

    I’m with New York, impossible.
    There is no way San Dimas loses on friday.

  • Reno Hightower

    Reno loves Cougars. Goldenarm, a classic 1969 Cougar with a rebuilt front end will do fine. A hard chasis would be an added bonus for the van conversion specialist. Where do you think one of these classic cats will be prior to the game for a test ride? How about the Spur out on Route 66, the Acapulco across from APU, or the Happy Hour at Marie Claenders next to the stadium?

  • burbanksports

    What game were you watching? How many times (including the punt return for a touchdown being called back for a phantom penalty) was Burbank penalized? Alot.
    It was the worst officiating I have seen in awhile, but it was terrible for both teams.
    People might question Muir for the 2 point conversion, but I’d question Alhambra not going for it on 4th and short yardage in Burbank territory twice. To be fair..I also question Burbank’s play calling- why throw a pass. The Bulldogs could run all night.
    The Alhambra kids were impressive, all business and they gave 100% on every play. The Moors look like a program that has alot of potential.

  • Goldenarm

    Azusa versus San Marino

    Yeah, yeah I know, the RHL is weak. But, it is all a matter of who you utilize as comparison.

    As with any playoff opponent, respect is due.

    When I took my seat on the oh-so-vertical Citrus College visitor side last year, I was worried my Rams could not withstand the 425 yards of Offensive production Azusa was averaging per game. A scramble, throw QB, nearly atop the Montview league leaders in pass/run yardage and a receiver averaging 25 yards a catch – a kid with 4 picks himself in a single game the week prior!
    Temple City erased the Aztecs offense by severely limiting the times they were able to touch the ball. In the 3rd quarter Azusa had one possession. The TC offensive line pounded their line and linebackers, and many of Azusa’s defensive players were also going both ways – so when they did have the ball, their line was too drained to fire out and move anyone. Our D line was fast as well as strong, and kids like Ryan Watkins, Nick Montenegro and Robert Swarzbaugh just annilated their O line and camped out in THEIR backfield. Throw in a Relentless Ruckle – and you got 17-0 final.
    I understand Azusa is bigger and stronger up front this year. Stronger than Rosemead’s front? I think not.
    I do think they will give San Marino trouble with their passing game and will be prepared with some razzle dazzle and trickery. In the end though, SM should be able to cut some trail for Hung, who looked like Christian O’Koye, the Nigerian freight train last week. Forgatch will not be rattled, he already has had his molars removed by Monrovia and TC’s pass rush….both more formidable than Azusa’s.
    SM by 10.

  • Philly B.

    Let me say that yeah the RHL is weak in comparison to the Pacific league, and supposedly the Almont league but I’ll argue that one till I cant argue no more LOL.

    But yes Azusa has a playmaker in Mcdade. rushing for amost 1000yds. and can make plays receiving too!! but after what Ive seen from the highlights. San marino plays sound fundamental football and Azusa will not have enough to put away a smart team, and one that chews up the clock with their mooney running style in SM. I’d say SAN MARINO BY 20. DONT LET UP TITANS YOU GOT ALL THE RESPECT NOW, KEEP IT GOING.

    I Dont know how some of you can quickly pick San Dimas to knock off Valley Christian. The Olympic league is the strongest in the weak division we call the midvalley. Id say its the 2nd interesting game behind the BATTLE UP NORTH in monrovia and paraclete!!! I got monrovia winning by a touchdown in a nailbiter becuz of the “temperature” haha. I cant even call the san dimas/ Valley game, to me looking at their team stats, if San Dimas can run the ball like the wind, then they should pull it out, but I think valley can knock off the defending champs than anything is possible.

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    It wouldn’t surprise me in the least bit that Muir will be the toughest opponent CO will have faced in the playoffs…..and yes, I also agree with the call for the 2-point conversion. I would do it every time.

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