• SpartanAlum86

    I cant remember a playoff race being so wide open. Im reallly excited for the weeks to come.The best part of the Mid-Valley division is that every team is beatable. Especially in Schurr’s half of the bracket. And of course there is going to be tough games along the way. But champions find a way to win the tough ones. Good luck to all the kids in the Mid-Valley. And escpecially good luck to all the Schurr kids. Go and play tough, and make some memories that will last a lifetime. SPARTAN PRIDE!!!

  • Shore It Up Warriors

    I like La Puentes chance with one exception the secondary stinks. And with a Maranatha quarterback putting up big passing yards it could be a long night.
    La Puente you need to punish Maranatha’s young quarterback.Make him know you are there.

  • bp alumni and fan

    I think that Baldwin park plays the right game plan for the first two games they will meet covina in the Cid championship

  • Wishful Thinking

    I would like to see La Puente at least get to the second round.

  • Mid Valley Bottom Bracket belongs to Monrovia!!!

    Spartan Fans and Baldwin Park Fans.

    Please stop with Madness. It does not matter, who wins the Schurr-BP Game. The end of the road for either team stops with Monrovia…If Schurr got beat by San Gabriel there is no way they will be able to hang with Monrvia. BP did beat San Dimas, and Monrovia lost. However BP got blasted by South Hills. Those games were early in the year. Now that both teams are rolling…Monrovia is a better team now, and would love to see San Dimas again.. Bueno is Better that Rodriguez. WC3 and Bubba Johnson cancel eachother out, Demetrius Jackson would be the best WR-DB on the field, but as a collective unit, Monrovias skills are better. By the way, neither team has a answer for Ellis McCarthy up Front….so Enjoy the first round…enjoy your turkey and stuffing…because you will be turning in your equipment shortly after…I can’t believe what I am hearing lol. Anyhow it all be decided on the green.

  • bp dad

    lot a people do alot of talking let the boys go out & play & let them decide whos going too be champs.just want the monrovia guy to know that if they do get to play bp you better watch out. lets prove people wrong boys go get that ring.

  • bp dad

    lot a people do alot of talking let the boys go out & play & let them decide whos going too be champs.just want the monrovia guy to know that if they do get to play bp you better watch out. lets prove people wrong boys go get that ring.

  • observantcat

    If Monrovia comes out and plays their game and sets the tempo on offense then other teams will find it hard to stop the Cats momentum from taking over. They always said that Defense wins the Big games and this year for the first time in a long time Monrovia has a defense that is as good if not better than their offense. Nick has matured as a Quaterback and looks very comfortable sitting back in the pocket and finding his recievers down field. This is a part of why Monrovia took on such a tough preseason schedule so that our offense would feel the pressure from tougher opposing defenses. Monrovia’s untlold story on it’s offense is that there are several guys who can tote the rock and have solid games if the Cats want to just control the clock and beat you with the D, but it’s not in the nature of Bueno to wait for anything he is Mr. offense and I have yet to see a team that can stop him from playing his game. Not too sure about the rest of the teams in the Mid-Valley, but when you look at the speed in which Monrovia plays both on offense and defense it is hard to imagine any of these teams coming in and setting the tempo forcing Monrovia to alter its game plan. So as far as a Cats fan goes, no predictions just yet just lots of team spirit and let the guys in green win it on the field. I’m sure a lot of teams are aiming for the Cats this year and a lot of teams are going to get what they asked for, A REAL TOUGH GAME!

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