Antonio “Noodles” Hull picks Wyoming …

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Diamond Bar High all-purpose threat Antonio “Noodles” Hull committed to Wyoming over last weekend. Hull has also had interest from Nevada, Hawaii, Washington and UNLV.

Hull, who missed all but one game of his junior season after his controversial transfer to D-Bar from West Covina, which CIF ruled to be athletically motivated, rushed for 1,278 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2014.

Hull also had 235 yards receiving and two scores, and even threw three touchdown passes. Hull was also dangerous returning kicks where he finished with 526 return yards. Hull also added 38 tackles on defense. He was an all-Palomares League selection.

ROSTERS for the upcoming Hall of Fame All-Star Game on Jan. 30 announced …

When: Fri, Jan. 30
Where: West Covina HS, 7:30 p.m.

EAST

WEST ROSTER
Coaches: Paul Schilling (Crescenta Valley), Steve Bogan (Maranatha)

Chase Walker WR Crescenta Valley
Christian Herrera DB El Monte
Israel Royal WR/RB Franklin
Jordan Lobianco WR Crescenta Valley
Josh Benson WR/RB Arcadia
Tyler Ili OLB West Covina
Caleb Devine RB Maranatha
Alex Camacho RB/DB Northview
Michael Fulton DE/LB Muir
Tevita Sina DE Los Altos
Xavious Boone DB Maranatha
Eli Snyder QB Maranatha
Jorge Reyna QB Pasadena
Brian Reyes LB Muir
Octavius Spencer WR Monrovia
Jean-luc Dauphiney DB Cantwell/Sacred Heart
Nick Jovanelly WR Eagle Rock
Aiden Anding LB Burroughs
David Smith DB Muir
Nick Cantong DB Burbank
Tony Toledo RB Burbank
Fernando Espinosa DB El Monte
Carter Otte WR Verdugo Hills
Jasper Chavez OLB Rosemead
Raul Alegria LB Eagle Rock
Josh Herrera DL West Covina
Blake Cusick K/P Monrovia
Michael Sahagun LB Rosemead
Chris Osorio RB Wilson (H.H.)
Christian Wiley LB Bishop Amat
Titus Stewart OL/DL Cantwell/Sacred Heart
Christian Walton OL Monrovia
David Tolmachoff OL Los Altos
Robert Sanchez OL Arroyo
Eric Quevedo OL West Covina
Davo Hokobyan OL Crescenta Valley
Andrew Mills OL Burroughs
Drew Nixon OL St. Francis
Andrew Lopez OL Bishop Amat
Cesar Jimenez OLB Franklin
Matt Erickson DE Crescenta Valley
Brandon Arconado WR Bishop Amat
David Jimenez DL Los Altos

EAST ROSTER
Coach: Steve Randall, Colony
Zack Sturdivant QB Chino Hills
Christian Lara QB La Mirada
Josh Radecki OL South Hills
Josiah Grey OL Rancho Cucamonga
Angelo Lojero OL La Mirada
Albert Gonzales OL Whittier
Travis Miller OL La Serna
Ben Northrup OL Glendora
Abel Martinez OL Claremont
Clay Garcelli OL Chino Hills
Jesse Garcia RB South Hills
Angel Verdugo RB Bonita
Pernell Smalley RB Covina
Kenyon Woods WR Pomona
Blake Fisher WR Rancho Cucamonga
MacKenzie Stenquit WR Damien
Malcom Smith WR Los Osos
Keon Stevens WR Etiwanda
Caleb Repp TE Los Osos
Noah Evans TE Whittier Christian
Michael Neal TE Etiwanda
Axl Mendoza K Colony
Sarkis Panossian RB/LB Western Christian
Kele Scott DB Pomona
Desmond Bobo DB Pomona
James Oxier DB Chaffey
Erick Ware DB San Dimas
Ryan Kinnard DB Colony
Julio Reynoso DB Pioneer
Preston Carr LB Don Lugo
Jason Ortiz LB Charter Oak
Jacob Underhill LB Charter Oak
Zack Lewallen LB Glendora
Justin Frasier LB Glendora
Uepi Kaufusi DL Rancho Cucamonga
Patrick Sanchez DL Damien
Peyrn En Twogood DL Claremont
Marcus Lewis DL Chino
Daniel Porraz DL Colony

South Pasadena football coach Marty Konrad resigns …

South Pasadena High School football coach Marty Konrad has resigned, according to the school’s athletic Twitter account.

The tweet said that Konrad informed the team of his decision via text message on Thursday. Konrad was at the center of a controversial situation that centered around the filming of league foe La Canada’s practice the week of the game between the two teams in November.

La Canada alleged that Konrad’s brother, a former Tigers assistant coach, was spotted filming its practice. Rio Hondo League officials decided the week of the game that South Pasadena would forfeit its win and subsequently an opportunity to compete in the CIF-Southern Section Central Division playoffs.

South Pasadena won the game, which was for third place in the Rio Hondo League and the league’s final guaranteed playoff spot. Players weren’t informed of the league’s decision that a Tigers win would result in a forfeit until after the victory. It was a move that set off hard feelings among many South Pasadena players and their parents.

In a November letter to players and parents, Konrad admitted his brother was at La Canada on the day in question, but had not been a member of South Pasadena’s coaching staff for the past two years. Konrad’s brother, who was at the practice for 15 minutes and photographed leaning up against a fence, according to the letter, has a teenage who son who plays at neighboring St. Francis.

Also in the letter, Konrad charged the South Pasadena High administration with rushing to judgement without conducting a thorough investigation. Konrad was suspended for the La Canada game. South Pasadena won 21-3, but La Canada went to the playoffs where it lost in the first round the following week.

The Rio Hondo League held a special meeting in late November at Temple City High to cure and correct its original decision. Several South Pasadena parents had hoped the meeting would result in a reversal of the league’s original decision or a reconsideration of the facts despite the fact that playoffs were already well underway at that point.

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Muir names Antyone “Salmonella” Sims as new head coach …

Muir High School didn’t have to look long or far to find its next varsity football head coach.

The Mustangs promoted assistant Antyone Sims, a 1998 graduate of the school, to head coach late Thursday. Sims replaces John Hardy, who was fired in December after a successful three-year run.

“I’m excited to be the new head coach at John Muir,” Sims said. “I’ve been a lifetime fan and I’ve got my opportunity to be head coach. I’m just overjoyed.

“John Muir has always been a special place in my heart and I just felt like when the opening came up it was my turn to go and interview and hope for the best.”