Jake Payton leaving San Dimas … likely to transfer to Upland …

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Returning All-SGV running back Jake Payton has left the San Dimas football program and is likely to transfer to Upland for his senior season.

Rumors began swirling about Payton’s plans earlier this month and Payton missed a meeting to discuss his future with Saints head coach Bill Zernickow on Friday afternoon.

“Recently, I have learned that Jake Payton plans on transferring at the end of the school year,” Zernickow said in a prepared statement. “While this is a family decision, we want to thank Jake Payton for spending the last 3 years with us. We love Jake Payton, and we hope he is able to achieve the dreams and goals he has in playing football. My door will always be open for Jake.”

Payton was named to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune’s first team at running back after rushing for 1,658 yards and 22 touchdowns. He was also the Valle Vista League’s Player of the Year after leading the Saints to the league championship.

According to several reliable sources, Payton’s plans are to transfer to Upland. He may be with the Scots as early as Saturday when they compete in the Claremont Tourament.

Aram’s take: How does Upland do it? Simply incredible. First Elijah Jones from Damien and now Payton. I don’t know enough about Upland football to say where Payton fits in. He’s certainly a fantastic player and a nice get. Will he be the feature back? Dunno. Will this move ultimately lead to more exposure and ultimately some nice college offers? Hopefully. As for San Dimas, this is a major blow, but not something the Saints can’t recover from. Payton has a bona fide home run hitter in the Wing-Z, but as we’ve seen throughout the years, Zernickow’s offense makes the stars, not the other way around. SD has depth at running back and a returning QB in Josh Avila. It’s hard to say that Payton made SD a legit Mid-Valley Division title contender by himself, but he was surely one of the top players in the division and a difference maker.

  • Desert Rat

    Who is advising this kid? Every college coach who recruits will tell you it doesn’t matter where you’re at as long as you’re making plays. Payton is that guy and makes things happen at San Dimas…and he gets touches. Dude was the most complete back last season as junior in the who Mid-Valley.

    Coach Z runs an awesome program and will do anything for his players. If Jake leaves, it would be a shame.

  • Saints Fan

    Aram hit it on the head, follow the 7-7 trail and you will find the smoke

  • Bearcat

    Payton is getting bad advice because it would be a shame for him to miss his entire senior season because CIF will deny his transfer.

  • GP AKA Green Machine

    This is a very interesting. I think Jake is a great player. However, I think this is a bad move. Unless, you have serious problems with your coach, you really should stay put for your senior year. Is the risk greater than the reward? In this case I say yes. If he goes to upland where they are plenty of legit backs and Dbs, he will be splitting time if he is lucky. He has already missed spring ball there and possibly at SD. First he has to get cleared over the summer, then has to learn the offense, beat out several guys, and split time with other backs… There would be little opportunity to make all CIF inland, and earn a scholarship after the transfer. Where at SD he was the man. It’s funny how people will advise kids to roll the dice on their senior seasons. I would make me sick to see him wind up in the same position as Hull.

  • Valley Scout

    These independent 7 on 7 football leagues are hurting High School Football. They are football’s version AAU Basketball with alot of questionable characters getting involved and getting into kid’s ears. The leagues also encourage the “me, myself, and I” attitude that has been seeping into the high school game over the past decade. What ever happened to kids playing Basketball, Baseball, Wrestling, or running track with the same kids they attend high school during the off season?

    • MonkeyWrench

      Da 7 on scene is a joke just a bunch of dudes exploitin kids. Especially bbt. Tre talk about truff, comitted an results but wat people dont get is datt only goes for da money dat goes in his pocket. Tre be robbin people blind. Everyone leaves after their contracts are up except those who gots no options. Now dats the truff

      • Why Not

        Even if you don’t agree with BBT’s style you can’t deny the facts that 7 on is here to stay. Exposure is given to the athletes who may not get it on their HS teams and BBT won ALOT of tourneys this spring.

  • Eye in the Sky

    I have seem his 7 on 7 team play. He doesn’t even start at RB nor DB for them. He plays slot reciever and linebacker. He needs to think about that because he will have to beat out some of the same guys at Upland or does he want to play slot? If he cannot start on the 7 on 7 team maybe that says more than anything because he is the man at San Dimas and will be featured but elsewhere nothing is garunteed. Ask Noodles!!

  • Saints Fan

    Very interesting observation eye in the sky…. linebacker, there’s the rub. If he wants to be a LB, no doubt at all he could have shown what he has at SD. Gee they lose 2 All League, All CIF types and that spot is wide open. If that is truly important to him, he could have been there in a heartbeat at SD. You go out and have great games against Monrovia, Paraclete, Sierra Canyon and any next level guy is going to see what you can do. HOWEVER, LB day in and day out in the Inland Division is entirely different. Also, LB in 7v7 is NOT under any circumstances close to being the same as it will be on Friday Nights from Aug-Nov. It is all about covering in space there, whereby on Friday Night it will be about taking on 230lb and above guards and tackles coming at you, playing the run first, pass second. Even if you are an OLB coming off the edge, you still are going to have to take on size and strength different from Mid Valley guy’s week in and week out. Now, Jake is an extremely strong kid, his trainer has gotten him even stronger….. but he has NEVER seen day in and day out what Upland’s schedule will throw at him. I know that. Is he a next level guy, sure is. What level and what position, time will tell.
    Here is also the crap part that is already laid down. You go into Upland, completely different environment from San Dimas. You are coming in cuz you and your trainer say you belong, there will be 20 guy’s who will be gunning to prove you wrong, not coming to you with open and Welcome Arms ! You think about staying at San Dimas and you have a Captain from last year who has basically p&**ed on his teammates. How is that gonna play out in an environment that stresses “family” atmosphere above individual accomplishment.
    Sad, very sad. I really like Jake and don’t wish any ill will. But he has put himself now in a very difficult situation.

  • Saint At Heart

    Jake Payton is a stud athlete but for him to leave is to Disrespect everybody that is in and helps run that program especially Coach Z. If Jake was smart he would stay at SD and try to settle the waves before they come crashing down. With or without Jake the Wing Z will prosper!

    • GP AKA Green Machine

      I think the kid has a great home in SD. He would be going to a school that is not going to win…This will be a down year at Upland anyway and he is not the difference maker.

      • Saint At Heart

        Another thing to if Jake is truly going to Upland for Exposure that is another bad choice on his behalf due to the fact that he would have to beat out athletes at the same level and beyond him. Not trying to take anything away from jake cause he is a heck of a player but that is a tall task and then there is getting cleared by CIf

      • Observer

        I hate to admit it but Upland will not have a down year this year they hve had numerous transfers that many are unaware of. The younger Hilinski has transferred in from ND and he is better then the older brother. Rb from mater dei originally from JA in East Los and other skill guys. Shouldn’t comment on things you’re not familiar with

        • GP AKA Green Machine

          Well, I don’t have to know about all their transfers..Upland will not make the Semis this year. They will not win the Inland. I just spelled it out for you….The thing about bringing all these transfers together, does not equal success. It equals more work on the coaching staff to try to find spots, create chemistry and keep all these high profile players together. They also have to deal with the players who have to take a back seat to new guys coming from other programs. I write more above……

  • Desert Rat

    The majority of the people associated with these 7-on teams and training camps are hustlers with the sole intent of making money. They like to rope these kids/families in and fill their heads with crap. No one who “cares” about kids is going to beat them over the head to make a living.

    And guess what, no college coach is going to call one of these dudes when it comes to scholly time. Stick with your fam….the rest is a sham.

    • GP AKA Green Machine

      Wassup Desert….you are correct. Kids do get a chance to play with other great players and that’s the good part, but what you have mentioned is the bad part. Football is about respect and competition. People don’t want to work hard with their comrades and beat the Team across town. They just go across town. What’s sad is that Adults are teaching them this. I believe in transferring for just about any reason, however I don’t agree with doing it after 3 yrs of success and notoriety. You can’t be in search of something you already have. All league, CIF, All Area, and next year possibly All State Div. 3 That will get you a scholly right there in San Dimas…I know upland has players on their roster that would get an offer if they were at another school..

  • Highlander

    CIF has a huge problem on their hands. This is getting out of control. 3 high profile transfers this season in this area alone. Hopefully the Hull ruling stays as is and therefore deters these transfers. Lets be honest with the Payton situation, this is not academic. There is nothing Upland has that San Dimas doesn’t. I should know, i live in this district and San Dimas is way better. If i remember correctly from all the articles, one of his parents works at San Dimas, so how does that play out. No way that gets by CIF. He needs to stay put or this will look bad for us.

  • WCDan

    ” Coach Bill Zernickow and his staff have done a fantastic job supporting this kid and this development is downright shocking. But, people will do what they feel is right for themselves and Payton plays in one of those offseason 7-on-7 circuits where certain people can get in a kid’s ear and transfers can result.”

    Very familiar story here,
    Ever consider the same thing could have happened with the situation at West Co? There was a 7 on 7 circuit with those kids too.

    • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

      Hull’s off-field issues, if he even has any, are NO COMPARISON to Payton’s. NOT EVEN CLOSE.

      • WCDan

        Emphasis on: “But, people will do what they feel is right for themselves and Payton plays in one of those offseason 7-on-7 circuits where certain people can get in a kid’s ear and transfers can result.”
        Just wondering why your so open to the possibility of undue influence in Paytons case but won’t even consider it with the West Co situaton. Seems a bit hypocritical on your part ayee…
        I’m just calling it straight Aram, nothing personal.

        • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

          Dan,

          Where did I allege that Upland used undue influence? And why are you pushing for people to believe that Diamond Bar used undue influence to lure Noodles?

          The only hypocrisy you should be seeing here or anywhere is how Upland, Rancho and many others got numerous local transfers who will all likely be eligible while Noodles will not. You’re not telling me that Noodles was the only athletically motivated transfer of the group, are you?

          • WCDan

            Your 7 on 7 quote and your someone can get in a kids ear comment suggest undue influence. It doesn’t have to be an Upland staff member, it could just be a parent or booster member, or a 7 on 7 coach or trainer who knows the Upland staff and is sending kids there and it would still be undue influence.
            Just curious as to why you never afforded WC the same benefit of doubt. It is common knowlede over here that there was undue influence with the WC situation, I will never get specific on here as to where it was coming from because I wasn’t there to see it with my own eyes, but I’ve heard some of the things that happened.

  • The truth and nothing but…

    What a shocker did not see this coming! I agree with all you bloggers that this is a mistake and it truly is. Upland is loaded at the RB position. They may have build a statue of him had SD won the title this season which is very possible. What a shame!

  • Big Jim

    In reality they have done nothing special for Jake other than handing him the ball. Jake was a student of mine at Lone Hill Middle School. He is a great kid, and always has been. Jake and his family are moving on. Thats what you do for your kid. Most of the people that are talking do not know what is going on so please shut your pie hole. I have coached for 40 years players win games coaches assist. Common their are no Masters or they would never lose. Actually if they gave Jake the ball 50 straight times they would have the same record. He is moving on wish him well, and worry about your own problems. CtF

  • reality

    Big Jim you are an idiot. If you believe coaches make no difference in the outcomes of games and yet you spent 40 years coaching that really makes you a first class idiot. And idiot Jim, if you think the pie hole shutting comment is smart what are you doing on the blog but opening up your fat pie hole? I give you 1st prize for dumbest blogger and I really hope your not teaching or coaching at any school in the SGV

    • Big Jim

      Did not say they don’t make a difference you Dim Wit. They assist the players and help. They do not play. The egotistical coach would have you think the team wins because of them.

  • 12th man

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    • Valley Athletics

      Saw Serra 8-1 win on there .

      • 12th man

        Next one should be good! HW vs Marina…#1 team in the Country vs the #15

  • ie baller

    Bad move for this kid. He was the big fish in the VVL pond, now he’s a little guppie in the Inland Division. Welcome to big boy football.

  • Highlander

    For some reason this didnt post earlier…
    A quick google search of Jake Payton and you will find an article that Inside it describes his living situation. Here are a few things going against him. 1) One of his guardians works at Lone Hill Middle School on the same block as San Dimas and they have 2 children of their own. How is he going to be eligible in this situation and prove it is academically motivated and not athletically. Are all the kids going to transfer into the Upland school district or just Jake. 2) Upland has a High School API of 779 and San Dimas is 827, unless i’m mistaken don’t people usually transfer to BETTER schools for academics. 3) He plays on a 7on7 team with our players and has told people he wants to come to Upland to get recruited better and noticed more so he can play division one football. Doing some research to see if Payton is really that good or if he is a product of the Wing-T offense and you will see they turn out RB’s like they are on an assembly line. Espinoza, Corona, Jollevet, Kohler all had 1,000 yard seasons. Look at his stats from the playoffs and for some reason he didn’t play in the 1st round, in the 2nd he only had 10 carries for 39 yards and in the semis he only had 13 carries for 93 yards. Against good teams when it counted he didnt do much. I’m not saying he isnt a good back, Ill take him, but it seems like a lot of drama is following this kid.

    • Aaron

      I think his parents may be moving to Upland, the people if I have it right the teacher he’s been living with facilitated him to stay at San Dimas as things were very tumultuous for awhile in his family life. So it could be that they’re in a stable situation and whispers are going a few ways.

  • Why Not

    The point is 7 on 7 isn’t going anywhere. Kids are gonna talk and sell others on their school. Upland is loaded and will be for a couple years to come as kids realize
    Playing in D11 or whatever isn’t the same as D2 and that’s the truth.

  • Coach

    Wish SD and Jake the best! Time will tell if he made the right choice.

  • Mustang

    Big Jim, everyone knows that Payton’s guardians are a royal pain in the neck. I work at Lone Hill too. Would love to know who you are. She is giving her son very bad advice which may cost him his entire senior season. Giving Payton the ball 50 time would be great but he is always hurt…..OverTraining on the side is killing this kid. His guardians need to trust Z and the boys.

    Highlander…. Payton was hurt for playoffs round 1 and it was a cupcake so Z sat him out. Did the same with Round 2, played him sparingly. Round 3 the dude couldn’t make much happen.

    Hamstrings….Payton doesn’t stretch and listens to soccer mom and body by tre…..great advice. But this is the truth. Needs to stay at Dimas if Z and the gang will even allow it now.

    • Why Not

      So I gotta question for you then. If BBT is so bad who so you trust. Ground Zero C. Hawkins dad or maybe Matchmakers with K.Lawlers. Point is not many of these guys have glowing reps and Tre is a young guy whose just getting his feet wet. Half of these 7 on coaches haven’t coached above pop Warner or might have kids who got schoolies so they know everything. I’d rather have my son train with the young guy who truly wants my child to get better not just use his name for Facebook hits.

      • MonkeyWrench

        Boi u crazy if you think Tre be some young innocent coach. He be straight hustling. Just google him. He not the guy he says he be. He dont be talking about his past much for a reason.

        • Not So Fast My Friend

          That’s pretty much what I heard from those parents.

    • Big Jim

      mUSTANG just because you were a lousy player or most likely did not play at all. My advice to you is why don’t you worry about yourself and your own kids if you have children. He must be the greatest of all time if he ran for 1,500 yards and was always hurt. do you follow him to the gym and watch him train. Do you know his guardians, do you talk to them. I think not. Opinion is all i am hearing Mustang. Tribune Player of the year is always hurt. Okey Dokey. cTf

  • Not So Fast My Friend

    I don’t know Payton and I’m not familiar with him or his talent. However several postings about the 7 on 7 circuit caught my eye.

    The 7 on 7 circuit is here to stay. Short of the NCAA trying to kill it (which they can’t now), it’s turned from a cottage industry into a full blown business. But it’s a business that needs rules that are consistent. If the 7 on 7 circuit wants to shake themselves of sharletons and predators, they’re going to have to adopt some basic guidelines that don’t vary from tournament to tournament.

    Personally I don’t have a problem with 7 on 7. It gives skill football players focused on their craft an opportunity to hone their skills. Fundamentally, it’s no different than year round baseball, year round soccer, or year round (AAU) basketball. My only concern are the types that hang around it. Regulate it and you can minimize their impact. But there will always be those that swim thru the waters looking.

    As for BBT and their success this past circuit. BBT was loaded with talent. I watched them at the B2G tournament and I saw them again at IMG in Fullerton. That makes them or any squad good. Minus a couple of players, it was pretty much uplands football team playing. However Tre is a wolf in sheeps clothing. Where other squads were actually coaching and teaching their players, I didn’t see any of that. Maybe he didn’t need to. Signing players to contracts to play for him is just as weird. Lastly, overcharging his players for tournaments is another. I overheard several parents complaining about how much Tre charged them for the same tournament others participated in and paid far less. However he runs his business is his business, but certainly if the goal is to load players he’s done it.

    Let’s not ignore the power of kids recruiting other kids. That practically has as much impact as a coach

    • Desert Rat

      You make a valid point. I have a problem with the guys who are exploiting the kids for the sake of turning a profit. The reality is unless these outfits get big-name players under them, they will never be able to attract the masses. Its like a working resume. The kids will go where the “stars” are. And when a kid makes it to college, you know these guys are going to fly that out there to the world to attract clients. Its marketing 101. I get it.

      There has to be some sort of regulation, because schools are using these guys and outfits to do the recruiting for them. You can say its the kids talking it up, but trust me, a lot more goes into it than just a kid saying, “hey, come on over buddy.” If you understand the landscape, it is really easy for this to happen under the noses of many, including CIF.

      In the case of Upland, look at the holes they have had over the years – due to graduation – and look what position player miraculously transfers in. You all ask how they reload. Its no secret something fishy has been going on over there. If someone asks the right questions and turns over the right rocks, you would be amazed at what you might find.

      • Not So Fast My Friend

        I totally agree. Upland is one of the biggest offenders and what they’ve done hasn’t been a secret to anyone. I certainly wasn’t minimizing the impact of coaches “redirecting” players to certain schools, but I wanted to be sure people recognized it’s a two headed monster.

    • GP AKA Green Machine

      I don’t think Passing league is the same as AAU, or Year round baseball…My reason is in BBall and Baseball, you are playing the same sport. In BBall you still have 5 players to a team, the rim is still 10 ft high, and you have real referees. In Baseball, you still have 9 players, live pitching, and the field dimensions are still the same and you have umpires. 7 on 7 is not the same sport, because you are missing qualified referees, not associated with a camp. You are missing 5 line men on either side. Next you are not tackling, next the field is condensed. If you are a QB, you are able to survey the field w/ out lineman, without pressure, and you making throws through windows that will not be there and you always can bail out with a pass to RB which will get you 4-7 yrds every time, because the back get’s a free release and has no blocking responsibility. If you are a WR can you catch with your gear on or while getting hit. If you are a DB you can PI with no call, and only have to cover a short field. I could go on and on. It’s not the same game. What you can be developed is team chemistry, comradery, and competitive prowess. However, if the kids don’t play on the same high school team, that does not carry over into the season. This is why they try to influence these kids to transfer to the same school , so they can continue to do that during the season. Once these kids go back to their regular team, they may not want to play on team that is not loaded with all stars, and may have new attitude that does not help their team. Then the Transfers mania explode.

      • Desert Rat

        While it is not the same as other year around sports, they are using some of the same set of ideologies.

        And yes, working as individuals on an all-star team is not as conducive as working with your team and building the chemistry you need to make it to week 16.

        Unfortunately, outsiders are using the 7-on forum to conduct personal businesses and other things such as recruit for schools.

        Not everyone is engaged in this behavior but for someone to say there is absolutely no correlation between the 7-on forum and transfer mania…they you need to educate yourselves.

        • GP AKA Green Machine

          Baseball is somewhat of a individual sport…you hit alone, and field alone… basketball AAU has taken over the Summer league basketball at the high school level and has affected the high schools but benefited the college coaches… and scholarships are earned. 7 on 7 football does not earn you a scholar ship. If the sport has different rules….it’s not the same sport thus 7 on7 Football is a different sport, and Most College do more 1 on1′s and the 7on7 is for review purposes in your pre practice drills. 15-20 mins tops.

          • Desert Rat

            Stop psycho analizing everything bro…I tend to think we’re on the same page.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            Why? are you still mad? It’s a new season…

          • Desert Rat

            Get a life bro…we’re talking 7-on. Yesterday is already insignificant.

          • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

            Doesn’t ESPN’s Chris Mortensen or Ron Jaworski have a 7 on 7 team?

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            Bro I have great Life…how do you think I can blog so much…you can’t.

          • Desert Rat

            Hahaha, yeah that’s what it is. There’s a difference between us bro. I CHOOSE not to weigh on everything because I HAVE other things to do with my life. You blog because you think you know everything and mostly, because need to fill your insignificance with something.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            Really…Hey don’t you like live in Lancaster? There is nothing significant out there. You almost got me except I type 50 wpm so what takes you 30 mins takes me 2…. hahaha

          • Desert Rat

            That’s your comeback…you type 50 wpm. Wow….I guess my 9th grade teacher failed me.

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            GP, I beg to differ with you on this one brother. The 7 on 7 circuit has become the tool for skill players to earn and accumulate offers. If a QB, WR, DB shows their wares successfully they can get an offer. The 7 on 7 is them seeing a player going against the best talent and a lot of coaches are starting to look at the 7 on 7 circuit as being a quasi proving grounds for kids. Of course in season video is the clincher, but for many the 7 on 7 is getting the deal done.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            Maybe more at the official Nike or college held events..I am speaking from a SGV Standpoint….

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            LMAO! I wouldn’t count Snoops kid in that group. As for the SGV 7 on 7, no I don’t think they would. I was referring to the Team 7 on 7 circuit.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            I am asking has any of these teams in the circuit helped get a SGV kid a scholarship? So Far Hull is ineligible, and Peyton is ready to roll the dice…I think most kids who play in these 7-7 deals are already are getting recruited, and if they were not good…how would playing a entirely different sport help? I am sure Lane kiffin is at these 7 on 7 games” saying yep…that’s our guy”…. I still think Camps and on the field play get it done…

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            GP, I don’t know all of the kids in the SGV that participate in the team circuit, but I’m very confident that it has helped kids get the exposure they probably otherwise wouldn’t have gotten. I’m sure it’s helped confirm that a particular kid is legit versus being just hype material. Their performance in these events plays a big role in getting the offer. As you and I both know, getting the offer is the biggest hurdle.

            I’ll give you an example. I won’t mention the actual kid’s name and I don’t know him personally, but there’s a player that plays for a high school in Riverside. He’s a WR. The recruiting grades on him as a WR was he is too short, too thick and had suspect hands and overall speed. Several schools thought the only way he’d get an offer (from them) was to switch positions. Fortunately the young man stuck by his belief that he was WR material. He joined one of the 7 on 7 teams and did well enough this past circuit that he’s received several offers as a WR from D1 schools. Two of the schools that I know personally, one didn’t have him on their board and the other scratched him off their list. What changed their mind was seeing his performance in those tournaments. Does it help? Yup.

            As for Lane Kiffin, the NCAA forbids coaches from attending those tournaments. I think that’s a mistake on their part because it’s opened the door for street agents to blossom. Good or bad, it is what it is. It’s the same issue my beloved Ducks are dealing with. But that’s a topic for another day. Besides, Lane has bigger things to worry about, such as what high school he’s going to be coaching at next season. lol

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            So you are saying this kid’s on the field performance in real games was not good, but it was great in 7-7 and the offers poured in? You sure this was not a NIke Camp or college sponsored event?

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            Because of the school he plays at, as a junior he was not the focus of the offense. So his film was sketchy meaning nothing jumped out at you. He was noticeable at times and invisible in others (those are the interested schools assessment of him, not mine). However what changed their opinion was seeing him on film at these tournaments and then ultimately seeing him at spring practice. This was not a Nike camp or a college event.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            OK so 1% of the time Ok Ok hahah

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            lol

      • Why Not

        Trust me you will start seeing it first GP. The Duarte Hawks program is fledgling, and talent is leaving the area to play pop warner or for snoop’s Pomona program so if their willin to travel for youth ball why wouldn’t they for high school?

        • GP AKA Green Machine

          Well first of all pop youth football practice is 3days week at 6pm…not every day at 230pm…Plus this is something called School which requires 8am attendance everyday, and work which requires attendance everyday…..those could be some good reasons why they would pick a high school. Unless the move completely…and Rent varies from City to City…so… carry on..The DHawks program has suffered…however Maybe Mtown creates one.

  • True Identity

    Everyone out there, its Body by Tra. If you are going to keep calling him Tre, then you don’t know him, his business or what he is all about. Traison Lewis is the man behind Body by Tra which is a personal training facility for all types of people not only athletes. There is a second part to it. Body by Tra Athletics which is the 7 v 7 team. He is a business man and yes he makes money on providing services to people. If people agree on those fees, is it robbing people blind? Don’t bash what you don’t know.

    • Desert Rat

      We know more than you think we know.

  • AZTEC PRIDE

    Alright good to see AZUSA in the blog again! LOL…

  • Saint08

    Just look at he people who run the kids 7 on 7 team. Pipeline to Upland high.

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