PREDICTIONS: Make your calls aqui (here) …

Nobody can figure out prep football. Nobody! But, try.

Today’s games
Mission Valley League
Arroyo at South El Monte
Gabrielino at Rosemead
Montview League
La Puente vs. Gladstone, at Citrus College
Valle Vista League
Covina at Ganesha
San Dimas vs. Northview, at Covina District Field
Friday’s games
Miramonte League

Diamond Ranch at Wilson
Los Altos at Charter Oak
Mission Valley League
Mountain View at El Monte
Montview League
Bassett at Duarte
Azusa vs. Workman, at La Puente HS
San Antonio League
Rowland vs. South Hills, at Covina District Field
West Covina at Nogales
Sierra League
Damien at Ayala
Chino Hills vs. Glendora, at Citrus College
Chino at Diamond Bar
Valle Vista League
Pomona at Baldwin Park
Bishop Amat at Chaminade, 7:30 p.m.
Bonita at Walnut
West Ranch at Sierra Vista
Saturday’s game
Christian League
Aquinas vs. Western Christian, at Charter Oak HS

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The Weekly Aaron Harris OVER/UNDER game …

Dear Aaron,

Most call you a stud. Some call you overrated. But everyone will soon call you “the dude from Baldwin Park” when you’re playing on Fox Sports Net for the next four years on Saturday’s in fall. Keep up the highlight reel runs!

THIS WEEK’S PROJECTED TOTAL vs. Pomoma: 170 yards

Week 1: 133 yards vs. Azusa UNDER
Week 2: 139 yards vs. West Covina OVER
Week 3: 156 yards vs. Sierra Vista UNDER
Week 4: 192 yards vs. El Monte UNDER
Week 5: 170 yards vs. Glenn UNDER
Week 6: 114 yards vs. San Dimas UNDER

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“Candice in Westwood” … Brown verbals to UCLA …

Sounds like a movie, doesn’t it?

Brown is 70-1 in two seasons at Amat with two state championships.

Reigning Tribune girls basketball Player of the Year Candice Brown of Bishop Amat has given a verbal commitment to UCLA. Brown is the fifth Lancer in three years to earn a Division I scholarship.

NOTE: If you haven’t seen a Bishop Amat girls hoops game during the past three years, then you either live under a rock or aren’t a legit SGV sports fan. I don’t care if Amat isn’t your school, these teams and their players are honestly a once-in-a-lifetime event that’s going into its fourth year. Think back to UNLV in the early 1990s, it’s the girls prep basketball equivalent. You don’t have to be a fan, but you should go just to see the spectacle. This is by far the area’s best prep sports program.

Way to go, Candice!

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