POSTGAME: Talk your smack or cry me a river …

They’re back!

CO downed Bo-Hi and it’s looking like a two-horse race in the Miramonte with D-Ranch.

Thursday’s results
Glendora 33, Chino 10 (I know, I was there. Glendora played possessed and Chino isn’t Chino anymore)
Duarte 56, La Puente 0 (It’s time for a temporary, one year only, league change for the Falcs. Mission Valley maybe?)
Covina 55, Baldwin Park 25 (The Colts are absolutely rolling now. McDonough is flat unreal.)
Crespi 35, Bishop Amat 14 (I got a halftime score for this and was pumped when I heard 14-14)
Los Altos 38, Wilson 14 (Wildcats are done; LA is still hanging by a thread)
Charter Oak 17, Bonita 14 (CO defense is starting to remind me of the 2000 Ravens)
Arroyo 27, Rosemead 23 (Fire Singiser!)
South El Monte 27, Mountain View 7 (The Eagles are starting to roll)
Rowland 52, Walnut 20 (I want to remind you all that Rowland is 7-1 and the only loss was to Glendora by a point)
South Hills 23, West Covina 3 (Don’t look at the record. Just know that SH is very good)
Damien 35, Diamond Bar 3 (Bring on Chino Hills)
Gabrielino 21, El Monte 15 (El Monte always does this)
Sierra Vista 12, Gladstone 0 (SV hadn’t been playing well on defense until tonight)
San Dimas 68, Ganesha 0 (Can’t split SD, NView or BP right now … they’re all taking turns on each other.)
Saturday’s game
Pomona 34, Northview 10 (hurts man)

Aram’s Baldwin Park vs. Covina thoughts: First of all, I want to say how impressed I was by the fan support Covina had. It might have been because of homecoming, but I hope that’s the type of crowd the Colts always get. To the game – it went just how I thought it would. Covina’s offense wasn’t stopped and it was going to take BP trading points to stay in it. Having said that, I was impressed with BP’s QB Angel Acevedo. He has some speed when he runs and he throws pretty well. I think that Coach Heggins has done a good job there. From where BP was to where they are now is nite and day (Al B. Sure). Anyway, what can you say about Covina? The offense is rolling again. Mike McDonough is a monster. This guy really just can’t be stopped. The Colts run the ball with him or Tre McNair or they throw it deep. There was no in between last nite. The funny thing is that whatever they wanted to do, they did. If they threw deep, then Brad Gomez was wide open. If they ran McD or McNair, then they got yards. Like Heggins said “Pick your poison.” As I’ve said before, outside of Amat or Damien, the rest of the SGV teams are dreaming if they think that Covina wouldn’t give them a game. Players like McD, McNair or Jamal James would play for anyone else in the Valley, no question. Everyone I’ve spoken to already has Covina penciled in to be playing Oaks Christian in the finals. I wish I knew what the rest of the division looked like. It seems to me that if Covina is the No. 2 seed, they’ll probably have to play Oak Park to get there. I wouldn’t go too crazy on postseason projections for the Colts yet because the rest of the division is a question mark that nobody can answer. Covina is very, very good, though.

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