Sean Kennedy went 13-1 last year as a starter.
Last year’s starter Sean Kennedy missed all of spring ball after breaking his foot in baseball. All that did was open the door for sophomore-to-be Emilio Zertuche to impress coaches over the past month.
Is there a quarterback controversy? Saints coach Bill Zernickow says not yet, but he’s waiting to see how Kennedy progresses from his injury. Regardless, fans can expect to see plenty of Zertuche in the fall.
“It all depends on how Sean comes back,” Zernickow said. “Sean’s really good. It’s going to be fun. Competition at every spot is good.”
No matter who’s under center, Zernickow says the goal will be to get the ball to 6-foot-4 receiver Kevin Kolbeck.
Fans can see just how good San Dimas is at doing that by checking out the Saints in the Arroyo Tournament on July 10 at Arroyo High. That will be San Dimas’ only tournament appearance this summer.
Aram’s take: Word is that San Dimas looked real good throwing against Claremont on Thursday. No score was taken. But Zertuche is supposedly going to be the real deal. I’ve never heard of San Dimas having so much talent on the lower levels.