A look at the 2014 football week by week schedule, include early Games of the Week

Staff photo By Sarah Reingewirtz

Staff photo By Sarah Reingewirtz

Here is the 2014 week by week schedule, plus an early summer Games of the Week. The latter list will obviously change as the season gets underway and games become more and less important. But it kicks off in Week 0 with Monrovia visiting San Dimas.

WEEK 0: Monrovia at San Diams, Aug. 29, 7 p.m.
WEEK 1: Mission Prep at Rio Hondo Prep, Sept. 5, 7 p.m.
WEEK 2: Maranatha at Azusa at Citrus College, Sept. 11, 7 p.m.
WEEK 3: La Salle at Maranatha, Sept. 19, 7 p.m.
WEEK 4: Los Altos at Monrovia, Sept. 26, 7 p.m.
WEEK 5: Burroughs at Muir, Oct. 3, 7 p.m.
WEEK 6: San Marino at Monrovia, Oct. 10, 7 p.m.
WEEK 7: St. Francis at Cathedral, Oct. 17, 7 pm.
WEEK 8: Crescenta Valley at Muir, Oct. 24, 7 p.m.
WEEK 9: La Salle at St. Francis, Oct. 31, 7 pm.
WEEK 10: Muir vs. Pasadena at Rose Bowl, Nov. 7, 7 pm.
Note: Based on schedules provided by Calpreps.com
COMPLETE SCHEDULE IS AFTER THE JUMP


WEEK ZERO
Thursday, August 28
NONLEAGUE

Rosemead vs. Northview at San Dimas HS
Verbum Dei vs. La Canada at Los Angeles Southwest College
Friday, August 29
Alhambra at Arcadia, 7:00pm
Arroyo at San Marino , 7:00pm
Bassett at Maranatha , 7:00pm
Blair vs. Flintridge Prep at Occidental College, 7:00pm
Compton at La Salle , 7:00pm
Duarte at Cerritos Valley Christian, 7:00pm
Keppel at Ganesha, 7:00pm
Monrovia at San Dimas , 7:00pm
Muir at Salesian, 7:00pm
Pasadena at South El Monte, 7:00pm
Ribet Academy at Rio Hondo Prep, 7:00pm
San Gabriel at Montclair, 7:00pm
West Adams vs. Marshall at Pasadena (CA), 7:00pm
Saturday, August 30
Bosco Tech at Pasadena Poly, 2:00pm
WEEK 1
Thursday, Sept. 4

Blair vs. Marshall at Muir HS, 7:00pm
Friday, September 5
Alhambra at La Canada, 7:00pm
Arroyo at Temple City , 7:00pm
Chino at St. Francis, 7:00pm
Diamond Ranch at Rosemead, 7:00pm
Firebaugh at Maranatha , 7:00pm
Flintridge Prep vs. Brentwood at Occidental College , 7:00pm
Gabrielino at Bosco Tech, 7:00pm
Glendale at San Gabriel, 7:00pm
La Salle at Pasadena, 7:00pm
Mission Prep at Rio Hondo Prep, 7:00pm
Monrovia at Bonita, 7:00pm
Pasadena Poly at Keppel , 7:00pm
San Marino at Duarte, 7:00pm
Eagle Rock at South Pasadena, 7:00pm
WEEK 2
Thursday, September 11

Brethren Christian vs. Flintridge Prep at Ocean View HS, 7:00pm
Duarte at Montclair , 7:00pm
Maranatha vs. Azusa at Citrus College, 7:00pm
Rio Hondo Prep at Gabrielino, 7:00pm
Friday, September 12
Arcadia at Monrovia, 7:00pm
Bishop Diego at La Salle , 7:00pm
Blair at Hawthorne , 7:00pm
Glendale at La Canada, 7:00pm
Keppel at Sierra Vista , 7:00pm
La Quinta at Bosco Tech, 7:00pm
Linfield Christian at Pasadena Poly, 4:30pm
Marshall vs. Workman at La Puente HS, 7:00pm
Pasadena at Artesia , 7:00pm
Rosemead at Burroughs , 7:00pm
San Marino at San Gabriel, 7:00pm
South Pasadena vs. Hoover at Glendale, 7:00pm
St. Francis at Moorpark , 7:00pm
Temple City vs. Alhambra at Moor Field , 7:00pm
WEEK 3
Thursday, Sept. 18

Sherman Indian vs. Blair at Muir HS, 7:00pm
Friday, September 19
Arcadia vs. Azusa at Citrus College, 7:00pm
Beverly Hills at San Gabriel , 7:00pm
Bosco Tech at Bassett, 7:00pm
Duarte at Mountain View, 7:00pm
Glendale at South Pasadena, 7:00pm
Hart at Muir, 7:00pm
Keppel vs. Workman at La Puente HS, 7:00pm
La Canada vs. Crescenta Valley at Glendale HS, 7:00pm
La Salle at Maranatha, 7:00pm
Monrovia at St. Francis, 7:00pm
Rio Hondo Prep vs. Calvary Murrieta at Temescal Canyon, 7:00pm
San Dimas at Rosemead , 7:00pm
Alhambra vs. Wilson at Moor Field, 7:00pm
Gabrielino at Mar Vista, 7:00pm
Temple City at Eagle Rock, 7:00pm
Saturday, September 20
Marshall at Webb, 1:00pm
Santa Clarita Christian vs. Flintridge Prep at Occidental College, 1:00pm
WEEK 4
Thursday, September 25
Pacific League

Muir at Glendale , 7:00pm
Nonleague
Rio Hondo Prep at La Canada, 7:00pm
Valley vs. Orange at Santa Ana Stadium, 7:00pm
Friday, September 26
Mission Valley League

El Monte at Rosemead, 7:00pm
Marshall at Gabrielino, 7:00pm
Pacific League
Burbank at Pasadena, 7:00pm
Hoover at Arcadia, 7:00pm
Nonleague
Alhambra at South Pasadena, 7:00pm
Beverly Hills at San Marino, 7:00pm
Blair at California Military Institute, 7:00pm
Canyon at St. Francis, 7:00pm
Duarte at La Salle, 7:00pm
Keppel at Maranatha, 7:00pm
Los Altos at Monrovia, 7:00pm
Paramount at Culver City, 7:00pm
Temple City at San Gabriel, 7:00pm
Saturday, September 27
Nonleague

Brentwood at Pasadena Poly, 2:00pm
Mountain Empire vs. Flintridge Prep at Occidental College, 1:00pm
WEEK 5
Thursday, October 2
Nonleague

Calabasas at St. Francis, 7:00pm
Flintridge Prep vs. Campbell Hall at Birmingham HS, 7:00pm
South Pasadena at Beverly Hills, 7:00pm
Friday, October 3
Mission Valley Leauge

El Monte vs. Marshall at Pasadena HS, 7:00pm
Gabrielino at South El Monte, 7:00pm
Rosemead at Arroyo, 7:00pm
Pacific League
Burroughs at Muir, 7:00pm
Glendale at Arcadia, 7:00pm
Pasadena vs. Hoover at Glendale HS, 7:00pm
Nonleague
Azusa at Temple City, 7:00pm
Cantwell-Sacred Heart at Bosco Tech, 7:00pm
Maranatha at Mountain View, 7:00pm
Saturday, October 4
Nonleague

St. Genevieve vs.Pasadena Poly (Pasadena, CA) at L.A. Poly, 8:00pm
WEEK 6
Friday, October 10
Almont League

Alhambra vs. San Gabriel at Moor Field, 7:00pm
Bell Gardens at Keppel , 7:00pm
Montebello at Schurr, 7:00pm
Mission Valley League
Gabrielino at Mountain View, 7:00pm
Marshall at South El Monte, 7:00pm
Montview Leauge
Duarte at Baldwin Park, 7:00pm
Olympic League
Cerritos Valley Christian at Maranatha, 7:00pm
Pacific League
Arcadia at Pasadena, 7:00pm
Burbank at Muir, 7:00pm
Prep League
Flintridge Prep vs. Rio Hondo Prep at Occidental College, 7:00pm
Rio Hondo League
Blair at South Pasadena, 7:00pm
La Canada at Temple City, 7:00pm
San Marino at Monrovia, 7:00pm
Serra League
St. Francis at Harvard-Westlake, 7:00pm
St. Paul at La Salle, 7:00pm
Nonleague
Bishop Montgomery at Bosco Tech, 7:00pm
Saturday, October 11
Prep League

Firebaugh vs. Pasadena PolyPoly at Lynwood, 7:00pm
WEEK 7
Thursday, Oct. 16
Mission Valley League

Marshall vs. Mountain View at Pasadena, 7:00pm
Friday, Oct. 17
Almont League

Alhambra at Bell Gardens, 7:00pm
Montebello at Keppel, 7:00pm
San Gabriel at Schurr, 7:00pm
Mision Valley League
Gabrielino at Rosemead, 7:00pm
Montview League
Gladstone vs. Duarte at Citrus College, 7:00pm
Olympic League
Maranatha at Village Christian, 7:00pm
Pacific League
Burroughs at Pasadena, 7:00pm
Muir at Arcadia, 7:00pm
Rio Hondo League
La Canada vs. Blair at Muir HS, 7:00pm
South Pasadena at San Marino, 7:00pm
Temple City at Monrovia, 7:00pm
Santa Fe League
St. Monica at Bosco Tech, 7:00pm
Serra League
Harvard-Westlake at La Salle, 7:00pm
St. Francis at Cathedral, 7:00pm
Nonleague
Rio Hondo Prep at Fillmore, 7:30pm
Saturday, Oct. 18
Prep League

Chadwick at Pasadena Poly, 2:30pm
Firebaugh vs. Flintridge Prep at La Canada, 7:00pm
Week 8
Thursday, Oct. 23
Pacific League

Arcadia at Burroughs, 7:00pm
Friday, Oct. 24
Almont

Alhambra at Keppel, 7:00pm
San Gabriel at Montebello, 7:00pm
Mission Valley League
Arroyo at Gabrielino, 7:00pm
Marshall vs. Rosemead at Pasadena HS, 7:00pm
Montview League
Workman at Duarte, 7:00pm
Olympic League
Heritage Christian at Maranatha, 7:00pm
Pacific League
Crescenta Valley at Muir, 7:00pm
Pasadena at Glendale, 7:00pm
Prep League
Pasadena Poly at Rio Hondo Prep, 7:00pm
Rio Hondo League
Blair at Temple City, 7:00pm
Monrovia at South Pasadena, 7:00pm
San Marino at La Canada, 7:00pm
Santa Fe League
St. Anthony at Bosco Tech, 7:00pm
Serra League
La Salle at Salesian, 7:00pm
St. Francis at St. Paul, 7:00pm
WEEK 9
Thursday, Oct. 30
Montview League

Azusa at Duarte, 7:00pm
Pacific League
Burbank vs. Arcadia at Burroughs, 7:00pm
Crescenta Valley vs. Pasadena at Glendale HS, 7:00pm
Hoover at Muir HS, 7:00pm
Santa Fe League
Bosco Tech vs. Mary Star of the Sea at Daniels Field, 7:00pm
Friday, Oct. 31
Almont

Keppel at San Gabriel, 7:00pm
Schurr vs. Alhambra at Moor Field, 7:00pm
Mission Valley League
Marshall at Arroyo, 7:00pm
South El Monte at Rosemead, 7:00pm
Prep League
Firebaugh at Rio Hondo Prep, 7:00pm
Rio Hondo League
Blair at San Marino, 7:00pm
La Canada at Monrovia , 7:00pm
Temple City at South Pasadena, 7:00pm
Serra League
La Salle at St. Francis, 7:00pm
Nonleague
Pasadena Poly at Gabrielino, 7:00pm
Saturday, Nov. 1
Prep League
Chadwick vs. Flintridge Prep at Occidental College, 7:00pm
WEEK 10
Thursday, Nov. 6
Serra League

Salesian at St. Francis, 7:00pm
Friday, Nov. 7
Almont League

Alhambra vs. Montebello at Moor Field, 7:00pm
Bell Gardens at San Gabriel, 7:00pm
Keppel at Schurr, 7:00pm
Montview League
Duarte at Sierra Vista, 7:00pm
Mission Valley League
El Monte at Gabrielino, 7:00pm
Rosemead at Mountain View, 7:00pm
Olympic League
Whittier Christian vs. Maranatha at Whittier College, 7:00pm
Pacific League
Crescenta Valley at Arcadia, 7:00pm
Muir vs. Pasadena at Rose Bowl, 7:00pm
Prep League
Flintridge Prep vs. Pasadena Poly at South Pasadena HS, 7:00pm
Rio Hondo Prep at Chadwick, 2:30pm
Rio Hondo League
Monrovia vs. Blair at Muir HS, 7:00pm
San Marino at Temple City, 7:00pm
South Pasadena at La Canada, 7:00pm
Santa Fe League
Bosco Tech vs. St. Genevieve at L.A. Poly (Sun Valley, CA), 7:00pm
Serra League
Cathedral at La Salle, 7:00pm

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  • pasadenas

    La salle has an alarming amount of solid transfers each year I hope coach russ gordon is playing by the books. They will probably lose to cathedral just based off the result from last year and st. francis is still the best team in the area placing them in 3rd or 4th place in their league. They’ll probably blow out maranatha in the cross town “rivalry.” I don’t see them beating bishop diego which would make them 7-3 with a possible at large bid. Speaking of their cross town rival.. or in better words little brother in maranatha I would be surprised if the game is close. Maranatha has a weak schedule to say the least and the olympic league is lacking real talent these days. They’ll probably end up beating a inexperienced azusa team and i don’t see any team from the olympic challenging them. either 9-1 or 8-2 and sadly their conference isn’t that intimidating either they should make a playoff run under newly acquired coach steve bogan. Now to St. Francis… Ty gangi was the leader of the team last year. The former player of the year will be dearly missed by the coaches and future division one player dylan crawford. I don’t know who’ll start, possibly the young buck from monrovia but he has extremely large shoes to fill. The team they had last year would’ve won the league easily and the conference undoubtedly this year… burbank or muir would’ve challenged them??? hard to imagine when they lost to serra off a dropped touchdown. San marino is good.. tyler spitzer is good.. but monrovia has too many “good” players to name. They don’t have scooby but they’re role players from last year are no longer role players.

    • Balance life

      Pasadenas,

      A lot of what you say makes sense..

      Coach Gordon& La Salle
      Are doing a great job in attracting student athletes.. I know for a fact that the move CIF made putting La Salle in the Mission league (which is now the Angeles league) has had families think twice about going to the San Fernando Valley for a private school education when they have the balance of competitive academics and athletics in their own backyard.

      Regardless of what private school the kids choose to attend I just hope that Pasadena kids will stay in Pasadena and not take school funded transportation to Alemany, Cathedral or Crespi.

      I think the game against Cathedral will be closer than you think.

      I predict a 8-2 record struggling with St.Francis (who wins league) and Bishop Diego and winning a dog fight against Cathedral.

      • pasadenas

        @ Balance life.
        Yes i agree with you about Muir, they usually bring in a handful of kids each offseason, but they are a public school, which from my point of view makes everything a little murky.

        St. Francis on the other hand rarely gets transfer because they very rarely give large amounts of financial aid for athletes. St. Francis did get a few transfers this offseason, but i’d think the reason is due to last years successes.

        Maranatha’s football has the potential to have a top flight program as shown by basketball head coach Tim Tucker. The school is obviously committed to their sports programs bringing in respected coaches and spending a bad amount of money on facilities and gear. They are unveiling a new football field for the upcoming season and recently redid their weight room. They had “oregon” like helmets last year which from all accounts don’t come cheap. If Coach Bogan can sell the program correctly they could be good really really good.

        • Balance life

          Pasadenas,

          Well said.. I will say St. Francis has given quit a bit of aid out this year to upper class man transfers and incoming freshman.

          Maranatha is doing a good job with basketball tuck is the man!!

          I think Maranatha will not be very successful in football in comparison to St. Francis, La Salle, muir and schools alike due to the division they play in. What your thoughts on this?

          La Salle is under construction right now with a new weight room as well as a new locker room (both to be completed by 8/15/2014) which is exciting for all student athletes. I personally believe the president at La Salle has committed to athletics.

          • Pasadenas

            @ Balance life.

            La salle is leaps and bounds ahead of maranatha when it comes to football. Since Coach Gordon got hired they’ve had a huge increase in transfers.

            I don’t understand why Maranatha isn’t a desired destination due to its christian private school appeal for parents and their campus isn’t too bad either. I think like how coach tucker has had an immediate impact if the AD and new Head Coach play their cards right they could do the same for the football program. Ive heard from multiple sources (possible transfers) that Maranatha isn’t willing to give that much in financial aid, which confuses me since they are putting so much money into their facilities… you’d think it would be the other way around (i.e. La Salle)

            I expect La Salle will keep growing as a football program. I give them 2 or 3 years before they really compete with St. Francis, which isn’t too bad when put into perspective. (3 years ago they lost to maranatha 20-3 in the rivalry game)

          • Balance life

            Well said Pasadenas.

            Coach Gordon was a great hire for La Salle and I hope the Maranatha hire turns out to be a great one as well.

    • Balance life

      Btw

      I will bet you that La Salle will have less transfers than Muir, St. Francis, and Cathedral.

      Maranatha football will have their fair share of transfers as well as their basketball team has publicly stated.

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