Friday Night Aftermath: Maranatha overcomes sloppy start, turnovers to beat La Salle 20-3; St. Francis converts FG with eight seconds left, beats Arcadia 31-28.


BREAKING NEWS: There are no stories available on the Tribune, Star-News or Whittier Daily News prep pages as we had a major breakdown with our system tonight, but they will be in Saturday’s paper. Yup, just like the 80s, drop your $1 at the newsstand and read all the stories.

Friday’s Results
Maranatha 20, La Salle 3
St. Francis 31, Arcadia 28
Arroyo 48, Temple City 21
Alhambra 34, La Canada 14
San Gabriel 27, South Pasadena 10
Muir 27, Saugus 9
Bosco Tech 48, Gabrielino 16
Montebello 20, Rosemead 9
Workman 13, Keppel 2
St. Genevieve 49, Flintridge Prep 13
Rio Hondo Prep 12, Big Bear 0

COVERITLIVE: Join “Mike the Cousin” during our live chat of Bishop Amat vs. Servite at 7:30 p.m, as well as updates from other area teams.

  • http://www.usagridiron.com USA Gridiron

    Bold prediction re: Arcadia. But believe they are a bit overated. Looking forward to a great game, but GK’s to prevail.

  • http://www.insidesocal.com/sgvfootball Aram

    PREPXTRA POSTGAME SHOW TONIGHT!!!

    AFTER THE GAMES on any of the blogs.

    You better be watching!

  • Eric

    Flintridge Prep lost to St. Genevieve: 13-49

  • PurdueAlum05

    You’re retarded Miguel. In the 80s it cost 25 cents for a paper, not $1.00.

  • Fred Robledo

    Sure, but if we told you to drop 25 cents, you wouldn’t get a paper …. the point was, like the 80s, no story online, you have to go to the newstand….BTW, stories online, so it’s moot.

  • New York

    Why haven’t folks who attended the games come on here to provide recaps?

    BTW, it looks like Muir might be off to a big season.

  • The Lance

    Mike Alexander tore it up in his first game of the season. Mike had one touchdown 169 yards. Mike plays tonight at 7 pm. He than comes home to play occidental on Sept. 17th. Come watch this kid tear it up!!!

  • bigfatfan

    Miguel, please thank your reporter Sam Andress for his detailed and balanced story on the SG/SP game. SP gave SG a real fight. midway through the third quarter, SP was inside the SG 15 with a chance to take the lead in the game. I am impressed with the job that new head coach Konrad has done with team. a punishing running attack netted nearly 200 yards on the ground, and SP defenders were pounding SG players. for a young and inexperienced squad, SP hung in there with SG for most of the game and managed to contain their big play threat Villalobos. If young QB harmon can find his rythym, the passing game will mature to catch up with the running game. SP may surprise some people this year.

  • 6power

    BFF,

    Wow. Sounds like SP is doing exactly what they need to do as far as aggressiveness. It also sounds like Konrad will bring an entirely new face to the Tigers.
    This is good news for SP and for the RHL as a whole.
    Good luck this season….(formerly Goldenarm)

  • Julio Rivera

    Miguel – can you ever get anything right when it comes to Rio Hondo Prep? You get the names, rankings, and now you have the scores wrong.