Before we totally move on, let’s give it up for Diamond Bar and Mountain View …

These two teams had major turnarounds this season.

Diamond Bar ’10: 6-4
Diamond Bar ’09: 1-9

Mountain View ’10: 5-5
Mountain View ’09: 0-10

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  • Aaron

    Even as adversity attacked them head one the Brahmas did only one thing and that was get better. They played two of the top three teams their first two week in league play and got shwacked but then you know what they did? They fought hard against Walnut in the first half. And then they destroyed Rowland’s hopes for the playoffs and then were able to do what everyone else did to Los Altos and beat them up. They put up the third highest points against West Covina in their final game.

  • king stud

    maybe having randy move out of diamond bar played a large part in the brahmans turn around. “i” hear he moved to whittier and they went 1-9! ouch !!!

    some people just bring bad luck with them.

    sorry randy that was way tooooooooooo easy!

  • good thing

    it is good to see positive reflections for kids, these athletes appreciate the pick me up, thanks Aram

  • Brahma Momma

    Thanks again, the boys did turn it around this year compared to last year, they worked so hard, we are very proud of them!

  • chino fb

    What about Chino High School Football? 0-10 to 10-0 winning league.

  • randy

    thats funny king stud…but for the record i actually live in La Mirada….i said greater whitier “area”….has DR won that elusive CIF championship yet? “i” heard they didnt, in fact, i heard they got smoked by Bonita and West Cov and 9th and 10th weeks….signs of another big finish huh?….we’ll see…


    Diamond Bar did finish the year strong with #14 at Qb not #2 as shown in the pic. We will have a good core of kids returning next year. We should be better than 2-4 in league and should make the playoff. FYI coach, what we need is core, strength and agility training for our kids in order to compete in the Hacienda League. Start getting ready now! Not next week or next year. Learn from all your mistakes and start coaching now!


    The Brahmas did finish strong with #14 at Qb not #2 as shown in the pic. Who is #14 Aram? The kid is good!


    #14 is Henry Omana, a Junior. You will see him lead the Brahmas next year!



    Thanks for the info and keep up the good work. Big fan of the SGV Tribune.

  • Wow

    So much for DR flipping a switch and rolling through the playoffs like they are king sh*t. One and done?? Thought you guys were gonna steal it for sure this year. CO will be back in the Southeast Div before you know it…

  • We R Diamond Bar

    With their leading rusher Jamaal Clayton, leading receiver George Katrib and starting quarterback Henry Omana all Juniors in 2010, Diamond Bar will start off on the right foot in 2011. Even better is the great Sophomore talent that saw action on varsity this year. Sophomores Joe Fontana (OL/DL), Tim Szulczewski (RB/LB/S), and Justin Rosas (OL/DL) will ensure that the Brahmas continue to move the program in the right direction for years to come. A little footnote, this is also the second year that the program is running a spread offense and the kids are picking it up just fine. I see bigger and better things for Diamond Bar in 2011.

  • SCDan

    I think we lost some talent when Diamond Ranch came on board.. We use to have Lorbeer middle school kids come play at Diamond Bar, now they all attend D-Ranch,and why is Lorbeer middle school in the pomona district, who made that bonehead move?

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