Replacing this is the only concern Big Lou had this off-season
I have started CO as the unofficial No. 1 team in the area heading into Spring practice. Do I expect to find out something that makes me shake up the rankings? No, I don’t. What you saw below with the rankings is merely a guideline for the summer. Tons will happen between now and the SGV Tribune football preview issue, which by the way, sports some serious one-day sales figures.
Wow, the SGV got shocked! Los Altos (Miramonte League champ), Northview (Valle Vista League champ), South Hills (San Antonio League champ), South El Monte (co- Mission Valley league champ) all ONE-AND-DONE!
CO, of course, is still going.
PLEASE USE THIS THREAD TO SHARE ANY RUMORS ABOUT THE UPCOMING FOOTBALL SEASON. ANY INFO TIDBITS FROM SPRING PRACTICE WOULD BE GREAT. BELIEVE ME, I WANT ANYTHING.
ALSO, I WILL POST WHATEVER I CAN ABOUT SPRING PRACTICES THAT I PERSONALLY SEE AND WHATEVER I HEAR.
I got to catch some of Amat’s Spring football practice while I covered the school’s CIF baseball playoffs game.
The Saints better toughen up in ’06, or else …
San Dimas was soft in 2005. There, I said it. This was a team that looked good in its uniforms, but wanted no piece of being aggressive – especially on defense. The Saints didn’t like to tackle and there was just no nastiness to the stop unit.
The success is easily explained …