They use the buddy system over at Amat.
New coach, new QB, no established leader on defense – what’s going to happen to Amat’s football program in ’06? It doesn’t take a genius to see that Amat will enter Spring training, passing league, hell week, and finally, the season with way more questions than answers.
Deepest backfield in the area?
I got the word from WestCo coach Mike Maggiore that running back William Wallace is set for knee surgery this week and he will be ready for the season.
I think Wallace’s bad knee was a major reason why the Dawgs never got rolling last year. He was able to run north and south, but God forbid he made a cut. WestCo also lost lineman after lineman last season and was lacking for football IQ.
Hey Colts, get ready to travel! (Special thanks to Covina coach Kevin Glaspy for notifying me that #11 is Monti Sutton, not Jamal James.
That’s Walnut’s Andrew Utama. Who are the top male swimmers in the area? I need you guys to keep giving the “heads up” on the good swimming to cover!!!
Is it basically a lock that Kirsty Ferrell and Rachel Grant are going to win CIF titles this year? I am getting pumped for finals. I know there is a lot of swimming between now and then, but I love it when our area has studs in the pool.
Can the Huskies still do this to opponents?
The Huskies are likely to be up a division this coming season. No worries, they would have won Division VI this past season had they been in it. But this year might be a different story, though. Coach Steve Bogan and crew say goodbye to a dynamic senior class. The lower levels are stocked well, however, but they’re going to need some seasoning. Two years ago, the Huskies really boosted their nonleague schedule. It didn’t work well in ’04, but last year they hung in well with everyone, including D-1 Esperanza.
Trib MVP – Edwin Edukere (Diamond Ranch)
Star-News MVP – Kyle Austin (Pasadena)
Tribune boys team was up by double-digits seemingly the whole way and got the East side of the Valley a win in the series with a rout of the heavily favored Star-News. The game got chaotic at the end and was called with around 20 seconds left as there were some cheap shots.
WHO YOU CALLING AN UNDERDOG?!?!
Star-News MVP – Britney Spears (Pasadena)
Tribune MVP – Juanise Cornell (Bishop Amat)
Britney Spears (Pasadena) was outstanding tonight! She was the clear game MVP as the Star-News girls laughed at being underdogs and brought it to the Tribune team. Great job by all the girls on both sides. It was a fun game and great way for all the seniors to go out.
Coach Raymond Mayberry (Pasadena) should be congratulated for having his girls breathing fire when they took the court.