Excellent highlight reel of Sweet’s junior season. You’ll notice he was wearing No. 4 back then and is now No. 20. Why would that be? Anyway, Sweet will likely miss this week’s game against Colony, but he has returned to practice as the scout team running back.
UPDATE: The idiot who does these forgot to include Damien. The Spartans move up to No. 11 this week. Arroyo moves out (sorta).
1. Bishop Amat (1-1) — Good win under bad conditions.
2. St. Francis (1-0) — Put away West Covina like a good thing.
3. Glendora (1-0) — Workmanlike win over Alta Loma to start.
4. La Mirada (1-1) — Charter Oak win was pure dominance.
5. La Habra (2-0) — Defense doing great so far.
6. La Serna (2-0) — This program, what can you even say?
7. Charter Oak (1-1) — Lack of size is a big issue again.
8. San Marino (2-0) — Not sure why Titans schedule how they do.
9. Los Altos (2-0) — Two games, two easy wins.
10. Bonita (2-0) — Monrovia win shows ‘Cats are on to something.
11. Damien (1-0) — Some fans weren’t happy with narrow win.
12. West Covina (0-2) — Excellent strength of schedule so far.
13. Montebello (2-0) — Oilers’ street cred is through the roof.
14. San Dimas (1-0) — Holman Era begins in style.
15. Northview (1-1) — We warned you line play might be down.
16. La Salle (2-0) — No business playing Blair.
17. South Hills (1-1) — May be time to take LH off the schedule.
18. Diamond Bar (2-0) — Brahmas were 2-0 at this point last year, too.
19. Monrovia (0-2) — Arcadia game might be a must-win situation.
20. Diamond Ranch (1-1) — Nice bounce-back win vs. Rosemead.
21. St. Paul (1-1) — Took step back against Warren.
22. Muir (0-2) — Stangs need to show signs of life.
23. La Canada (1-1) — Solid showing in loss to Salesian.
24. South Pasadena (1-0) — Good win to start Ricahards Era.
25. Schurr (1-1) — Good win over El Monte. Flattered by Bonita loss.
26. Arroyo (1-1) — Knights may quietly go on the improve.
UPDATE: Bishop Amat’s Thursday football practice was delayed over an hour after players protested the suspension of teammate Torreahno Sweet by refusing to practice.
Bishop Amat High School football team running back Torreahno Sweet will miss Friday’s game against Servite and possibly the following week against Colony after being suspended by Lancers head coach Steve Hagerty.
Sweet was the lone offensive bright spot in Amat’s Week 0 loss to Mater Dei last Friday night. He rushed for 89 yards and two touchdowns in the 24-21 defeat.
Something went awry at Wednesday’s practice. Sweet was lifted from team drills and was held out after trying to return minutes later. He was informed before Thursday’s practice that he would be suspended for Friday’s game and could return to practice on Monday as a scout team player.
This isn’t the first rift between Hagerty and Sweet. Earlier this offseason, Hagerty said that Sweet was no longer part of the program but would not disclose why.
Sweet missed all of spring practice and the summer passing circuit but was back on the team in time for fall camp. Sweet was a major force behind Amat’s success last season. After being injected into the starting lineup at mid-season, Sweet finished with 851 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns.
With its ground game purring, Amat was able to win a three-way share of the Mission League championship and advance to the semifinals of the CIF-Southern Section Pac-5 Division playoffs.
Bishop Amat is considered to be one of the main contenders for the Pac-5 Division championship. The Lancers had their egos bruised a bit last week after being upset by Mater Dei on a regionally televised game.
Servite, another Pac-5 contender, enters Friday game at 1-0 after beating up on Fountain Valley in its season opener last Friday.
The Charter Oak High School football team’s trip to Vegas last weekend wasn’t all a win.
The Chargers beat Green Valley of Henderson, NV. last Friday but later that night had their video equipment stolen. The team is now seeking donations to raise money to replace the equipment.