2015 Pasadena Star-News Preseason All-Area Football Team



QB — Carson Glazier, San Marino, Sr.

RB — Areg Nazarian, St. Francis, Sr.

RB — Lawrence Spicer, Monrovia, Sr.

WR — JP Shohfi, San Marino, Sr.

WR — Aubrey Mosley, Monrovia, Sr.

WR — Aiden Santino, San Marino, Sr.

ALL — Tyrek Adams, Pasadena, Sr.

OL — Charlie Weiss, La Canada, Sr.

OL — Cesar Gutierrez, Monrovia, Jr.

OL — Cade Mockary, St. Francis, Sr.

OL — Josh Milner, St. Francis, Sr.

OL — Anthony Hernandez, Muir, Sr.

PK — Patrick Crowley, San Marino, Sr.


DL — Sean Davitt, St. Francis, Sr.

DL — David Vardanian, La Canada, Jr.

DL — Ty’sean Brown, Monrovia, Sr.

LB — Anthony Marquez, Monrovia, Sr.

LB — Brent Kinsman, Maranatha, Sr.

LB — Joe Edwards, Pasadena Poly, Sr.

LB — Emari McQuelan, La Salle, Sr.

DB — Dmitri Mata, Maranatha, Jr.

DB — Andrew Sarceda, La Canada, Sr

DB — Tre Polamulu, St. Francis, Sr.

DB — Elijah Blades, Muir, Jr.

P — Jesus Renteria, Rosemead, Sr.

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREVIEW: 20 years later, Bishop Amat still waiting on next CIF championship …



It started moments after the Bishop Amat High School football team’s heartbreaking one-point loss to Corona Centennial in last year’s CIF Southern Section Pac-5 semifinals.

Through the tears and frustration came a prevailing notion that next year would be different. Next year wouldn’t come up inches short. Next year Bishop Amat would be back on top.

The Lancers had just lost to eventual division champ Centennial, 38-37, in a game that ended with Amat being stopped inches shy of the goal line on a two-point conversion to win the game.

It was a loss that put the once-powerhouse program back on the radar in the CIF-SS’ highest division. It was also a loss that set the stage for legitimate championship expectations this season, which just so happens to be the 20th anniversary of Amat’s last CIF-SS championship in 1995.

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Temple City’s run ends with championship game loss to Hemet …

The Temple City High School baseball team’s improbable postseason run didn’t have the storybook ending the Rams were hoping for.

Hemet pitchers Cameron Leonard and Jerald Gaskin coupled with some untimely errors made sure of that.

Scoring chances for what was a hot a Temple City offense were limited and Hemet took advantage of four Rams errors to post a 2-0 win in the CIF-Southern Section Division 5 championship on Saturday night at UC Riverside.

“I’m so proud of what they accomplished,” Temple City head coach Rob Nelson said. “We weren’t supposed to be here. There’s teams sitting at home tonight who were supposed to be here. This is why you play the game.”

It was hard for Nelson to be disappointed in the loss considering that Temple City (18-10) was wildcard team at the outset of the playoffs after finishing third in the Rio Hondo League this season.

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