NOTE: I’m sick and bored, so this is what you get. If I’m wrong, or you have something kinky to add, please don’t be afraid to type.
Bishop Amat – Likely to miss the playoffs for the third time this decade, and it’s only 2006.
West Covina – ADJUSTED – Averaging 13 points per game against teams with winning records, hence the Bulldogs are 2-3 iin those games. This doesn’t include scoring three points against South Hills, which is 5-5.
South Hills – Speaking of South Hills, coach Steve Bogan has hadn’t a losing season since going 4-6 in his first season (1992). Huskies are 5-5.
Glendora – The Tartans own wins against four league champs this season – Covina (Valle Vista League), Charter Oak (Miramonte League), Duarte (Valle Vista League) and Rowland (San Antonio League).
Los Altos – Has beaten just two teams with winning records, one of which (Bonita) may not make the playoffs.
Diamond Ranch – The combined record of teams that have beaten Diamond Ranch is 36-9. The combined record of teams Diamond Ranch has beaten is 11-26.
Rowland – The Raiders are 8-1 and have not beaten a team with a winning record.
Aram – Since going to the doctor for an ear lobe infection in mid-October, I’ve lost 18 pounds. Need to get my ear lobe infected more often.
More South Hills – The Huskies’ five losses have come against teams with winning records. All five wins have come against teams with losing records. South Hills’ average margin of defeat in its losses is 6 points.
Covina – The Colts have beaten two teams with winning records. Those two teams (Baldwin Park and Ontario Chr.) have combined to beat one team with a winning record. That lone win is Ontario Christian’s victory over Hamilton.
More Bishop Amat – The average margin of victory in Amat’s four wins this season is just 4.7 points.
Mission Valley League tri-powers – Arroyo, Rosemead and South El Monte have combined for just one win over a team with a winning record – Rosemead’s 28-27 win over Orange.