We’ve seen San Dimas add Rancho Cucamonga and now we’ve got Arroyo adding Hart. Gotta love it!!! The SGV really isn’t scared of anybody and you gotta love it.
Knights coach Jim Singiser had this to say of the matchup: As much as we throw and as much as they throw, the game ought to end at 3 a.m.
More from Singiser on Hart and an Aram take below …
Arroyo’s Steven Rivera certainly ranks among the SGV’s top QBs.
Arroyo ’10 schedule:
Week 0 Ontario
Week 1 @Temple City
Week 2 Montebello
Week 3 @Hart
Week 4 BYE
Week 5 La Canada
Wee6 6 @South El Monte
week 7 Rosemead
week 8 @Gabrielino
week 9 @El Monte
week 10 Mountain View
Knights coach Jim Singiser on scheduling Hart: They were the ones who initiated the contact. We had seen them at the Bonita Air Assault and Coach Herrington said he’d been following us … and obviously anybody who follows TV follows them. We’ll go out there and swing with them. It’s probably the biggest opponent we’ve played since I’ve been at Arroyo.
Aram’s take: When was the last time a Mission Valley League team took on a Southland powerhouse in the nonleague? Not saying MVL teams should have been doing this all along. Not saying that at all. In fact, I can remember when the league was the laughing stock of the Valley. But since 2000, that’s changed in a big way and I think you can thank coaches like Jim Singiser, Rosemead’s Matt Koffler and South El Monte’s Erick Escamilla who as a whole have done some of the Valley’s best coaching for the past 10 years. This league is no joke and many teams have found that out the hard way in recent years.