Here are some notable quotes from around the area after Friday night.
Rowland QB Michael Ball: “I think it was the papers that got in my head (in the first half).”
Aram’s response: Hey man, it’s our job to tell everyone how great you are.
Bonita’s Cody McKenzie: “There are so many emotions. They’ve had it for three years and this is my senior year. I really wanted it back. So did all of us that are seniors and had not won it.”
Aram’s response: You can really feel how much this means to the Bo-Hi players.
Diamond Bar coach John Martin on QBs Andrew Cameron and Henry Omana: “I thought they both did very well. Both of them can throw it, and we’re just happy with both of them.”
Aram’s response: That’s what I’ve been saying all along.
D-Ranch coach Roddy Layton after 56-0 loss to Santa Margarita: “We’ve got to get better.”
Aram’s response: Well said.
Muir coach Kenny Howard: “Because of last week, guys got nervous trying to be physical.”
Aram’s response: No need to get nervous.
Keppel coach Bobby Madrid after shutout loss to Bassett: “I told my kids at halftime that it’s a big difference playing at 7 o’clock than 3:15.”
Aram’s response: Madrid is a quote machine.
Alhambra coach Lou Torres after close loss to Roosevelt: “We came into this game young and youth was served.”
Aram’s response: But still, a heckuva effort by the Moors.