2009 Star-News All Area: Riley, Maddox earn top honors


Player of the Year – Dietrich Riley, St. Francis, Sr.
Coach of the Year – Ryan Maddox, Monrovia

QB – Justin Posthuma, St. Francis, Sr.
RB – Benny Hung, San Marino, Sr.
AP – Nick Bueno, Monrovia, Jr.
WR – Josh Hanson, La Caada, Sr.
WR – Mike Alexander, La Salle, Sr.
WR – Taylor Lagace, Arcadia, So.
TE – Travis Talianko, St. Francis, So.
OL – Matthew O’Malley, Temple City, Sr.
OL – Patrick Carroll, St. Francis, Jr.
OL – Cameron St. George, St. Francis, Sr.
OL – Kizz Prusia, Monrovia, Sr.
OL – Harley Hulin, Monrovia, Sr.
PK – Ian Sternau, St. Francis, Jr.

DL – Ellis McCarthy, Monrovia, So.
DL – Grant Haggard, Monrovia, Sr.
DL – David Chirikian, St. Francis, Sr.
LB – Josh Lowden, Monrovia, Sr.
LB – Christopher Cabrera, St. Francis, Sr.
LB – Cody Cowell, Rio Hondo Prep, Sr.
LB – Trent Converse, San Marino, Sr.
DB – Mark Covarrubias, San Gabriel, Jr.
DB – Dujawn Jones, Monrovia, Sr.
DB – Jarron Williams, Muir, Sr.
SS – Stevie Yortsos, San Marino, Sr.
P – Mark Dannhausen, La Salle, Sr.


QB – Rocky Moore, La Caada, Sr.
QB – Isaac Valdez, San Gabriel, Sr.
AP — De’Shawn Ramirez, Monrovia, So.
RB – Max Ruckle, Temple City, Sr.
RB – Matt Fregoso, Rosemead, Jr.
WR – Mitchell Crockom, Alhambra, Sr.
WR – Ormoni Duncan, Muir, Sr.
OL – Andy Pankow, La Salle, Sr.
OL – Javier Sanchez, Rosemead, Sr.
OL – Chris Salgado, Alhambra, Jr.
OL – Alan Felix, San Marino, Sr.
OL – Nasser Shalabi, Arcadia, Sr.
PK – Gilmar Tenes, San Gabriel, Jr.

DL – Luis Diaz, Rosemead, Sr.
DL – Nick Preciado, Rio Hondo Prep, Jr.
DL – Justin Sutton, Temple City, Sr.
LB – Derrick Johnson, Monrovia, Jr.
LB – Alex Lopez, San Gabriel, Sr.
LB – Corey Kennedy, Pasadena, Sr.
LB – Erik Johnson, Maranatha, Sr.
DB – Brent Johnson, La Caada, Sr.
DB – Brandon Wilson, Alhambra, Sr.
DB – Greg Parham, Rosemead, Sr.
SS – Charles Quintero, Rio Hondo Prep, Jr.
P – Matt Faber, La Caada, Jr.

Alhambra – Darrian Cazarin, Vailele Peko, Joseph Becerra
Arcadia – David Schuil, Garrett Tuck, Albert Tran
Blair – Kory Alexander, Clifford Jones, Anthony Robles
Bosco Tech – Johnny Calderon, Dilon Welsh, Jesus Pasten
Duarte – Aaron Castillo
Flintridge Prep – Connor Dubin
Keppel – Edson Gomez, David Tapia
La Caada – Daleep Sandhu, Jay Kolina, Michael Arkfeld
La Salle – Michael Novell, Nate Ziomek, Kishon Sanders
Maranatha – Trent Washington, Cody Keith, Derek Tsao
Marshall – Ebenezer Haile
Monrovia – Charlie Cimmarusti, Dean Bisterfeldt
Muir – Kevon Seymour, Eddie Tripp, Danny Huerta
Pasadena – Nick Escoe, Anthony Boykins, Charles Hendricks
Pasadena Poly – Hunter Merryman, Blake Edwards
Rio Hondo Prep – Chris Llamas, Wesley Mosher, Jimmy Davis
Rosemead – Matt Macias, Coronado Simpson
San Gabriel – Eric Barcello, Arthur Brown, Luis Villegas
San Marino – Joe Forgatch, Ben Harwich, Danny Moas
South Pasadena – Conor Bednarski, Howard Serrian, Alejandro Chavez
St. Francis – Ryan Jenkins
Temple City – Justin Smith, David Spratt, Tim Sanderson


1. St. Francis (9-3)
Very close to semifinal run

2. Monrovia (13-1)
Finished regular-season unbeaten

3. Muir (4-7)
Superb against Charter Oak

4. San Marino (9-3)
Let semifinals slip away

5. Rio Hondo Prep (13-1)
Injuries too much in finals

6. Rosemead (5-6)
Improved as season went on

7. San Gabriel (6-5)
Exciting in Almont League

8. Maranatha (9-3)
Fell short of expectations

9. La Caada (5-5)
Tough first-round draw

10. Pasadena (5-5)
Made football relevant again


FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR: St. Francis led a life of Riley in 2009

By Miguel A. Melendez Staff Writer

If it seemed like Dietrich Riley was all business during the football season, that’s because his offseason was no joke.

The four-star recruit from St. Francis High School was intent on taking his training regiment to the next level because of what lied ahead – a tough Mission League and CIF-Southern Section Western Division playoff schedule, coupled with the bright recruiting spotlight shining from the likes of USC, Florida, Notre Dame and Tennessee, to name a few.

But the spotlight is nothing new for Riley. The 6-foot-1, 205 pounder stepped into it early in his career when, as a freshman, he was called up to play varsity as the Golden Knights were getting ready to open Mission League play. He didn’t disappoint.

Riley made three catches for 109 yards and scored two touchdowns. His first taste of varsity football was the opening kickoff, which he returned near midfield. Riley admits he was nervous, but from that point on it all went smooth.

He’s gone on to become one of the toughest and most prolific players in the area and garnered national attention with his bruising tackles, blistering speed and attention to detail, particularly on defense.

Riley’s mere presence on offense – whether it was at running back, wide receiver or tight end – proved to be a weapon in the Golden Knights’ arsenal simply because opposing defenses were forced to focus on his every move even if he wasn’t the direct target.

Nevertheless, Riley still managed to be a defender’s nightmare. He rushed for 899 yards and nine touchdowns and caught 29 passes for 436 yards and five touchdowns. Riley made 64 tackles and three interceptions, modest numbers but one must consider the limited time he played during nonleague when St. Francis was pummeling opponents, meaning Riley’s services were needed only in the first half.

He could have padded his statistics, but Riley didn’t, and still schools noticed his tremendous upside – UCLA, Washington, Cal and Oklahoma are among the well more than a dozen schools that find themselves in an intense bidding war for Riley’s signature on a letter of intent, and it’s easy to see why. He’s ranked No. 7 nationally at his position and is on Rivals’ top 100 recruits list.

Riley led St. Francis to its best finish in four years with a 9-3 record that included a near upset over one of the top teams in the state in Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks. St. Francis (2-1 in league) finished second behind Alemany and advanced to the quarterfinals of the CIF-Southern Section Western Division playoffs before losing to Palmdale in double overtime.

For his football prowess, national attention and what he’s established in four years at St. Francis, Riley is the Star-News 2009 football Player of the Year.

There was virtually no position Riley couldn’t play. He also played linebacker and returned punts and kickoffs. With so many responsibilities it was apparent to Riley he needed to get stronger and faster.

He did so by going through what he called “the hardest workout I have done in my whole life.” The summer was spent waking up at 5 a.m. and working out for two hours running in the hills of Los Angeles with a personal trainer.

“I can’t tell you where I ran or else I’ll give away the secret,” Riley quipped. “Pretty much where Bo Jackson and the Olympians ran. My trainer was preparing me not just for high school but also college. We were thinking long-term.”

Afterward, Riley spent the day working. It made for a long day, but the early morning workouts paid dividends.

“It made a huge difference in my game,” he said. “Upper body strength, becoming explosive, it all was a huge improvement.”

While the long-term goal was getting ready for college game speed and possibly moving on to the NFL ranks, Riley made it a goal to not let those ambitions fog his high school expectations.

He felt this season’s St. Francis team had the best shot at making its deepest playoff run, but a hamstring injury one game before the start of league slowed him down a bit.

“It was pretty frustrating, especially because I was doing well in the beginning of the game (against Loyola),” said Riley, who had 13 tackles and two touchdowns in the game before his injury. “To be honest with you I was nervous because after I got injured we had a fumble go over Justin’s (Posthuma) head and a three-and-out.

“But they got a spark and Justin showed why he’s capable of being the best quarterback.”

Riley is one of seven California players selected to play in the 2010 Under Armour All-American game, one of the nation’s premiere high school all-star showcase events that will be played Jan. 2 in Orlando and televised live on ESPN.

“Dietrich is probably the most gifted athlete I have ever coached,” said St. Francis coach Jim Bonds, in his 10th year at the helm. “His size, strength and speed combined with his unbelievable athleticism made it fun to watch him on our varsity team for the last four years. It’ll be strange not having him around next season. We’ll have to settle for watching him on TV.”

While he soon plans on announcing where he’ll play Saturdays, Riley already is reminiscing about what he’ll miss most about his high school experience.

“I’ll miss seeing the young kids racing to give me water during timeouts,” Riley said. “That’s always fun to see them because they’re so innocent, just like high school football is, it’s innocent. Once I get to college it’s basically business where coaches are getting paid millions. Here, it was all about pride.”



FOOTBALL COACH OF THE YEAR: Maddox has Monrovia on the right path

By Miguel A. Melendez Staff Writer

MONROVIA – Ryan Maddox walked into Monrovia High School last year and realized he was the head football coach at one of the most tradition-rich programs in the San Gabriel Valley.

Certainly there was work to be done for the rookie coach, but it wasn’t like he walked into a program that needed to be picked up off the floor. It was more like having a Ferrari that just needed to be reminded it was a Ferrari, and Maddox did just that.

In his rookie season as head coach, Maddox led the Wildcats to a Rio Hondo League championship and a surprising run to the semifinals of the CIF-Southern Section Mid-Valley Division playoffs.

He wasted no time this season and started right where he left off, and by continuing to implement his philosophy of simply improving each week Maddox had Monrovia undefeated at regular season’s end, another Rio Hondo League title, a No. 1 seed in the Mid-Valley Division playoffs and a trip to the ninth divisional finals in school history.

The season ended in disappointing fashion with a 12-7 defeat at the hands of San Dimas in the title game.

Maddox, however, accomplished his goal of improving each week, and if his accomplishments this year are any indication of what’s to come, then Monrovia will hoist a CIF banner sooner than later.

Maddox meticulously dissected game film and approached each game with a Zen-like demeanor. As a result, his coaching staff followed suit and the team responded with consecutive victories that energized an entire community.

For that, Maddox is the 2009 Star-News football Coach of the Year.

“Coming in here, a lot of players had left to go to Charter Oak or other schools, and the expectations were fairly low,” Maddox said. “But I knew we still had really good football players.

“Honestly, my expectations coming in here was to build a program and do things the right way. As far as my first-year expectations, we exceeded them, but my overall goal is to get my team to play as a team and number two that we are continually progressing throughout the season and each week moving toward playing our best football.”

Monrovia hit the ground running this season, pummeling opponents and three times knocking off the No. 2-ranked team in the Mid-Valley Division, Rosemead, along with San Dimas and San Marino.

But don’t quite call it immediate success just because Maddox wrapped up his second season at the helm.

“It was immediate in the final result,” Maddox said. “But when we started this all took a while.”

The key footnote to the success was Week 4 against Beckman last year when the Wildcats turned the corner and finally became comfortable with the newly-implemented Wing-T offense.

“It took a while to buy into the team concept,” Maddox said. “By no means was this all done overnight. It was a challenge.”

Maddox always was animated on the sidelines, but was never one to berate an athlete or one of his assistant coaches.

“You want to treat people with respect,” Maddox explains. “Referees make mistakes, coaches make mistakes and players make mistakes. Yelling at them and berating is not the way to treat anybody. It’s not going to change a call, whether you agreed or not. The call’s already happened.”

Because of his calm but steady demeanor, Maddox immediately earned the respect of his administrators, coaches and players.

“You have to be who you are,” Maddox said. “I’m pretty upbeat. I’m passionate about what I do, but I’m not screaming and hollering. I love teaching and I love coaching, so you have to be who you are. Otherwise people see through it as fake.”

Monrovia principal Dervin Jackson said he couldn’t be more pleased with Maddox, whom he called first and foremost a teacher.

“He’s been able to foster personal growth within the students,” Jackson said, “and it’s carried out onto the football field.”

Ben Mendoza, in his 15th year at Monrovia and an assistant on Maddox’s staff, says he sees the passion in Maddox, but what defines him is his role as a teacher.

“The main thing is making them better people and a better person so they can succeed in life,” Mendoza said. “He wants to instill good values because some of these kids don’t have those values at home. We are their discipline, and it starts with Maddox.”

With so much talent on this Monrovia team it could have been easy massaging egos, but Maddox steered the ship right all season long, and chances are the waters will be calm with Maddox at the helm.


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  • Kentera

    Good choice!!!
    Congrats to all the players(and Coach) receiving honors.


    Why are Keppel players on the honorable mention list?

  • Anonymous

    SF REPRESENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • REBELS REPRESENT!!!! Way to go!!you guys make our program proud, Rebel coach

  • Huh???

    Are you serious about the POY? I guess the pre-season hype had to be justified. Otherwise, all the kids deserved to be ALL-AREA. But why is the most dynamic offensive player of the bunch relegated to

  • Todd Golper

    Congratulations to the All-Area recipients this year. You made your respective teams proud through the hard work you all put in. Congratulations Dietrich! You deserve it!

  • Seriously?

    You just lost all credibility with your POY choice. He wasn’t even the MVP of his own team.

  • RHL fan

    Like I said before, Riley is a heck of a football player, but Bueno and Posthuma were more deserving.

  • Anonymous

    Hey Miguel:

    Are you sure you didn’t accidentally switch Bueno and Riley? What a joke!!

  • FBFan


    Why haven’t you started a thread on Alhambra’s Ruedaflores stepping down? I’m sure people will love to discuss this. Any word on who is replacement will be?

  • Alvin

    Stop complaining I didn’t vote for Obama but he won

  • Alvin

    Stop complaining I didn’t vote for Obama but he won

  • alvin

    Keppel players mentioned because on honor roll

  • goteamgo

    I think the POY selection was made in August; when things did no go according to plan (Riley missed a couple of games due to injury, and SF did fine without him), they shoe-horned the choices to make them fit – Bueno as All-Purpose? I think they were looking for a place to put him on first team, and since Riley was pre-ordained, Bueno could not be POY.

    They are all deserving of first team, but the slotting was a little off base.

  • Anonymous

    who exactly is bueno being recruited by?

  • elephant

    Recruiting has nothing to do with it. You’re basing this list off of their performance for this year. Posthuma was the most valuable on his team and led St. Francis all season with and without Riley. Bueno was a playmaker and was a headache to contain. POY should have been between Posthuma and Bueno. Riley can have the MR award(Most Recruited).

  • LSHS

    Hey Miguel are you gonna post the all camino real league selections…If not do you know where we could find them…Thanks in advance…Want to see what Lancers made the team!!! Congratulations to Mikey Alexander and Mark Danhaussen on making First Team all Area!!! Way to go guys!!!

  • Monroviafan

    I had been dreading the day the paper would come out. It was a terrible article on Riley, a great player who deserves a better article. Why would you even mention him missing the “innocence” of high school? Not only was the wrong selection made, but the article was sub-par. Posthuma is a kid who gets no recognition. You didn’t even mention that he was first team all CIF in the hardest division in the area. He also is getting college looks. If you look at stats, no one comes close to his. Its kind of ridiculous you give someone POY for their role as a decoy.
    And lastly Bueno. I think all purpose is a fitting place for him. He does everything so well, im shocked he wasnt the POY. He ran for more yards than anyone on Saint Francis did. In terms of rankings, the teams are on such different levels, but Monrovia should have been No.1 because they went further. It cant be which team is actually better, or an undefeated maranatha would be number 1. haha

  • Dogman

    If Riley is smart, he’ll follow the trend and go to Washington who is now the top recruiting team in the Pac-10 more than 20 commits including Nick Montana.
    Trojans are still going to be pretty good but Washington and Steve Sarkisian are quickly moving back to Pac-10 dominance and will be the team of the new decade!

  • Anonymous

    lol dogman

  • Coach C

    Monrovia fans are such whiners!!!! There were several great players in the WSGV that could have won that award, but Riley did. So get over yourselves and give all these kids credit instead of trying to discredit them.

  • Goldenarm

    Temple City with one player on 1st team.

    Researchers would be hard pressed to find ANY year in TC history where a single player from TC makes either first team offense or defense. Amazing and sad.

    Benny Hung is a great player who I have praised since first seeing him as a freshman. Placing him ahead of Max Ruckle as 1st team RB ???- well I guess that is just another price of a season lost.

  • SFhs’99

    Riley as POY? Give me a break. Should have been Justin Posthuma.

  • Goldenarm

    anyone with knowledge on kids here who plan on continuing in football elsewhere – please share the destinations where they plan on playing.

  • rhl Fan

    what is benny hung doing up there? Most of his stats come against crappy teams, he didn’t rush for 100 yards once in league. Fregoso and Ruckle are better

  • Angel Bec

    congrats to Riley. I remember watching your first game at St. Francis and hearing everyone around me saying “Who is this kid?”

    I also appreciate the fact that when you worked with my son during summers at Victory Park you always took the time to talk to him – give him advice – and play catch with him.

    In case you are reading any of these comments – it will only help to build you up. What you are learning here first hand is that everyone has something to say – and being an adult doesn’t necessarily mean that you are grown up or smart. You worked hard to get where you are at. Be thankful that you had a single mother who worked two jobs to get you where you wanted to be – a good school – a great education – and a wonderful team that you were a captain of.

    Also remember to thank you Uncle D who took you to practices and was a male role model to you. My son played baseball for Pasadena Central and I am thankful for what your aunt and uncle have done for that league.

    Best of luck to you wherever you end up … and don’t ever forget where you came from. Do Dena proud and make sure you get that education first and foremost.

    For the rest of you numbskulls who are entitled to an opinion – but have gone all out in such a tasteless way to express it … shame on you. You do realize that kids read this blog? Does it really make all of you – and I presume that the majority of you are men – make yourselves feel like men when you bash a young man?

    Whether or not you agree with the pick of the year – you continue to bring the level of this blog down year after year with your childish rants and raves.

    Every year I feel that somehow or another the mentality level can’t get much lower – but sadly a few of you continue to drop it another level.

    I’ve never come across a bunch of haters in my life like some of you. The ignorance illustrated is beyond description. It’s probably a big reason that I pulled my kids out of the area sports groups around here. You absolutely destroy it not only for the parents – but for the other players as well.

    In any event – congrats to all players to made the all area teams… best of luck in college and your future careers. You played hard, you worked hard, and your accomplishments speak for themselves. God bless you and best of luck to all of you.

  • sfhs89

    No disrespect to Dietrich (who was the best player to come thru my alma mater since Alan Grant walked the grounds in the mid-80’s), but firmly believe that J-Pots should have been Player of the Year.

    Without Justin, we don’t come back versus Loyola and Chaminade – anyone that was at either game will tell you that. He played out of his mind versus Notre Dame and in the playoffs.

  • The Manning Family

    Congratulations to all of the young men being recognized for their on field accomplishments. Unfortunately, the role models, often referred to as adults, are not setting a very good example of sportsmanship. Best of luck to Deitrich, Justin, and all of the young men from every high school who are going on to college next year. The big pay-off is getting your educations–the big silencer of critics.

  • Witness


    With the coaching change at Notre Dame, the numerous issues at USC, the unknown status of who will be at the helm at Florida…..I would run like hell to the University of Tennessee who so happen to play in a conference (SEC) where physical defensive backs are “can’t miss NFL prospects”.

  • goteamgo

    Miguel –

    Like LSHS said, any word on All Camino Real league selections, or where to find them? Sunday’s article said Mike Alexander was Camino Real League MVP, so the voting must have taken place, and the info is available.

    Also, throw in the Prep league, and then we have the PSN area covered.


    I don’t know all the details so I will leave it simple.

    Congrats to Dietrich, from what I have seen and read, you are a very deserving young man. This is practice for the critics that will follow any athlete anywhere.

    I hope you have taken the time to read “Quiet Strength” by T.D. It may inspire you.

    I am asking this out of sincerity, did any of these other area athletes get the same looks and offers that Deitrich did? It would seem to me that they know potential than many of us. Just a thought.

  • goFigure


    How is this kid not on your top 3?
    I guess college scouts know something you don’t know.
    I would be pretty pretty disappointed if I was this kid
    maybe a lil dis-respected?
    Here’s a great article in scout.com
    congrats to the young man anyways i’m sure these
    All-teams don’t really matter to him i’m sure he will be
    enjoying all his trips to make the right choice in deciding where he will be playing at the next level.


  • pacleague


    You must be talking about that #1 kid for Alhambra?
    He’s legit I wouldn’t be able to figure that one out either. Anyways good luck to the kid and congrats to all the area kids getting D1 offers that is great.

  • LSHS

    Hey Miguel any luck with the All Camino Real League selections???

  • Anonymous

    getting recruited does make a difference. it shows that people with actual knowledge of the game and how to build a winning team see the potential in you that they do not see in others. also to factor in is the versatility that dietrich wields. he is a different type of player than those that normally win awards such as these. he is not the quarter back or receiver with the big numbers, he is an outstanding defender who is athletic enough to be more than successful on offense. he gave the team heart and passion while most of all played with and led his team in a very sophisticated way.
    as qualified for POY as bueno and posthuma are, it does not make dietrich any less.

  • sgv fb fan

    What is going on with Duarte Hs?

  • SFhs’99

    The award is Player of the Year, not Potential of the Year. No doubt that Riley is a great player, but take Posthuma out for the season, and what do you have? Do the same with Bueno at Monrovia and they are probably a .500 team.

  • tcchamps

    I still think Max Ruckle got screwed. Sad thing about it is that it was by his own Coach. You should fight for your kids, especially when they are deserving. Every poll prior to the annoucement had Max penciled in. Coach must of mailed this in too. Gotta love the the new direction.

  • Titan Sports Fan

    overall solid group …. i just have to state i believe yortsos did more in the all purpose category than Bueno …. Bueno quarterbacked and played some corner i believe … yortsos started at WR and Safety played some RB had packages where he was the QB plus all his special teams responsibilities as kicker/punter/kick returner/punt returner you name it and he did it and did all at a great level thats definition of All Purpose no offense to bueno who will wreck havoc next year

  • Anonymous

    I agree. It should have been Posthuma POY, Riley RB, Bueno QB, and Yortsos AP

  • Goldenarm


    it is just a BS award.

    Yourself and all TC supporters (and 99% of our opponents)know the effort and electricity Max brought, basically coming out of obscurity his junior year, with Anthuan Roy penciled in as starting tailback.

    It was a good run for 3 of 4 years. For those that remain, lets hope the preachers of “new direction” are smarter than us both and can bring back what took so many tears to establish at Temple City.

  • tcchamps


    Would love to say Amen but it just festers. I have no problem understanding a new scheme, new management, new direction and new results. I certainly feel for the kids and their end results, especially for the Seniors. The excitment generated when the bald guy was replaced. The old kids returning, new kids signing up in lines to trust and hear Uncle Anthony’s Band. A Team portrait with a coach for every kid.

    My issue still echoes, Coach needs to fight for what is right and for his kids. That is the ultimate responsibility of Coach. Trust me, work hard, give me your all and I will take care of you when deserved. In this case, it did not happen. I just hope a lesson learned well.

    Come on out for a Baseball Game. Rio Hondo, and the valley in general, should be alot of fun this year.

  • Goldenarm

    I meant to say “years” not tears, but I guess they could be interchangeable.
    If that “band” you mention sings the same tune next year – then we can expect the same results.

    Someday we should sit down and discuss.

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