Hoops Postgame: Nogales looks unstoppable

Above: Nogales’ Randal Guillory scoring two of his 18 points in Nogales’ 82-61 victory over Walnut on Friday.

Walnut High School’s impressive boys basketball resume included the championship of the Arroyo tournament, and victories over Bishop Amat, JSerra and West Covina. The Mustangs brought an eight-game winning streak to defending San Antonio League champion Nogales on Friday in hopes of taking the next big step. But it was Nogales that stomped all over the Mustangs, leading by as many as 36 points before settling on an 82-61 victory to improve to 15-5 and 2-0 in the San Antonio while the Mustangs dropped to 14-3 and 1-1. The Mustangs figured to have problems with the Mustangs’ size, particularly against 6-foot-5 senior Randal Guillory, who finished with 18 points. But when the Nobles are draining 3-pointers, and they buried 14-of-25 attempts, they’re nearly impossible to keep pace with. Aaron De Anda nailed three 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 22 points, and sixth-man Trevon Smith knocked in four 3-pointers to finish with 18 points.

Friday’s Boys Basketball results
Del Rey
Bishop Montgomery 65, Bishop Amat 42
Diamond Ranch 63, Bonita 56
Charter Oak 59, Wilson 47
Mission Valley
Mountain View at Arroyo, 6:30 p.m.
South El Monte 55, El Monte 41
Rosemead at Gabrielino, 6:30 p.m.
Workman 75, Duarte 35
La Puente at Sierra Vista, 6 p.m.
Gladstone at Bassett, 6 p.m.
San Antonio
Nogales 82, Walnut 61
Rowland 48, West Covina 39
Sierra League
Glendora 52, Diamond Bar 38
Chino Hills 70, Damien 53
Valle Vista
Northview 55, San Dimas 44
Baldwin Park 57, Pomona 52
Covina at Ganesha, 7 p.m.
Los Altos at South Hills, 7 p.m.

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Football: Wilson announcement on hold

Wilson athletic director Dave Merrill said on Thursday the school was down to its final two head football coaching candidates and that a decision could be announced today, however, that announcement is on hold, Merrill said Friday. “We’re in a holding pattern. Because of District personnel reasons, the announcement will be made early next week.” I know there will be a lot of speculation over the weekend, so go ahead and speculate.

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Big Bad St. Bonaventure coming to town

Just got word that Bishop Amat has finalized a week four game at home against powerful St. Bonaventure. Does it get much bigger than this? All St. Bonaventure did was go 14-1, beat Saugus 35-8 for the Northern Division title, then win a state bowl game a week later over Santa Rosa’s Cardinal Newman, 28-6. The Seraphs’ only loss was a close 14-6 setback against Pac-5 champion Long Beach Poly. The Lancers’ are still looking for a week one opponent, and word is they want a Pac-5 opponent.

Pac-5 First Teamers? Bishop Amat defensive back Sheldon Price and linebacker Brent Seals were the only two Lancers named to the prestigious Pac-5 first team list. Congrats!

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Football: All CIF-SS Central Division

All-CIF SS Central Division
Offensive Player of the year: Greg Watson, QB, Rancho Cucamonga
Defensive Player of the year: Daniel Fonua, LB, Rancho Cucamonga

Above: Glendora’s Wallace Gonzalez was one of only two sophomores on the first team.

First Team Offense
QB: Richard Brehaut, Los Osos
RB: Walter Kazee, Cajon
RB: AJ Johnson, Chino Hills
RB: Courtney Samuel, Ayala
RB: Josh Nunes, Upland
OL: Bryan Townsend, Rancho Cucamonga
OL: Josh Andrews, Colony
OL: Thomas Lilly, Glendora
OL: Michael Phillip, Arroyo Grande
OL: Gary Berwick, Rancho Cucamonga
OL: Shane Sweeney, Chino Hills
WR: David Quiroga, Ayala
WR: Wallace Gonzalez, Glendora
WR: Tyrone Richardson, West Valley
WR: Irshad Stolden, Rancho Cucamonga
WR: Randal Telfer, Rancho Cucamonga
UT: Arby Fields, Los Osos
PK: Alejandro Maldonado, Colton

First Team Defense
DL: Ibe Nouka, Etiwanda
DL: Sione Kauvaka, Rancho Cucamonga
DL: Jake Salter, Damien
DL: Marcus Bennett, Rancho Cucamonga
DL: Quaushawne Buckley, Colony
DL: Andrew Henderson, Paloma Valley
DL: Buddy Welka, Rancho Cucamonga
LB: Jesse Gonzalez, Los Osos
LB: Nat Berhe, Colton
LB: Lawrence Lariver, Ayala
LB: Chad Young, Glendora
LB: Logan Lazscyk, Chino Hills
DB: Taj Johnson, Upland
DB: Oshon Irabor, Upland
DB: Deveion Bauman, Chaffey
DB: Derek Brandon, Ayala
DB: Ifo Ikpre-Olomu, Chino Hills
DB: Marlon Pollard, Cajon
UT: Justin Meng, Upland
PT: Ethan Betance, Damien

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Thursday’s Soccer: Amat finally beaten

Note: If you’ve come back from a game and have the results, post them in the comments section. I’ll update in the morning. Next week we hope to launch a daily preps scoreboard that will look similar to our blog, only you won’t be able to comment, it will simply be used to update scores as they’re called into us.

Above: Bishop Amat’s Jasmine Roth making a fine tackle in Thursday’s 3-0 loss, the Lancers’ first of the season.

The honeymoon is over for the Bishop Amat girls soccer team. After a great start, the Lancers are facing the harsh realities of the Del Rey League. After opening the Del Rey with a hard-earned tie on the road against Bishop Montgomery, the Lancers suffered their first loss of the season on Thursday, getting hammered 3-0 by visiting St. Joseph to fall to 12-1-4 and 0-1-1 in league. St. Joseph striker Arielle Rodrigues was the difference-maker, scoring two goals and assisting the other as the Jesters improved to 5-3-1 and 1-1-1. “We didn’t show up to play,” Lancers second-year coach Ruben Gonzalez said. “Nothing went right, we got outworked and we got outplayed.

Thursday’s called-in results
Boys Soccer
Wilson 2, Charter Oak 1
Gladstone 2, Bassett 1
Sierra Vista 2, La Puente 0
West Covina 4, Rowland 0
Bishop Amat 4, La Salle 1
Girls Soccer
Mountain View 2, Arroyo 1
South Hills 3, Los Altos 0

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Boys Basketball: Glendora rolls past Damien

Damien-Glendora game story.
Glendora’s Kosmond Russell scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Tartans to a 65-45 victory over Damien in the Sierra League opener for both teams Wednesday night. The Tartans nearly blew an 18-point fourth quarter lead. Glendora led 47-29 with 6:47 left, but the Spartans went on a 14-1 run to cut the lead to 48-43 with 4:17 to go. The Tartans then closed the show with a 15-0 run to improve to 12-5. Damien dropped to 12-5. Glendora’s Calvin Smith had 16 points and Juan Martinez had seven. Damien was paced by Justin Latham’s 13 points and Chris Adams had 10.

Wednesday’s scoreboard
Baldwin Park 65, San Dimas 56
Arroyo 61, El Monte 58
Mountain View 49, Rosemead 45
Walnut 78, West Covina 74, 2 OT
Northview 102, Ganesha 56
Diamond Ranch 58, Charter Oak 44
South El Monte 62, Gabrielino 48
Sierra Vista 55, Bassett 33
Rowland 60, Wilson 58
Village Christian 67, Flintridge Prep 40
La Salle 63, Mary Star 42
St. Paul 58, Cantwell 52
Muir 47, Arcadia 29
Temple City 57, South Pasadena 41
La Mirada 83, Mayfair 67

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Football: Koffler not going anywhere

This week I called Rosemead coach Matt Koffler. Obviously he loves when I call, he picked up in the restroom, complaining that he drinks too much coffee. Okay, no further details needed, but as always, Koffler answers every question, talking about this season’s 11-3 team that advanced to the championship, and what’s the future holds for Panthers football.
2009 nonleague games: Covina, Monrovia, Harvard-Westlake, South Hills and Monrovia.
2009 Panthers to look out for: Joey Diaz (RB), Luis Diaz (TE/DE), Conrado Simpson (TE/DE), Matt Macias (QB).

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Baseball: Doubleheader on Monday

Ortega Family Fundraiser
Monday, Jan. 19, Azusa Pacific University

Charter Oak vs. Covina, 2 p.m.
Northview vs. South HIlls, 5 p.m.

When Northview coach Darren Murphy called to say the four Covina High School baseball coaches were getting together to create a charity game for the Ortega Family, who had nine family members tragically murdered on Christmas Eve, it was moving to say the least. They will play on Monday, Jan. 19, on Martin Luther King Day at Azusa Pacific University. There will be a $2 donation, but of course you can leave more. All snack bar proceeds also benefit the family. To start things off, Charter Oak, Northview, Covina and South Hills all have donated $150 each, so already there’s a pot of $600 and growing. We’re covering the doubleheader on Monday, but the score won’t be in Tuesday’s newspaper. It doesn’t matter. To use a soccer term, “it’s a friendly.” I don’t need rosters, I’m not keeping a book, I’m just going to watch baseball. But it got me thinking, in the years that follow, with four great baseball traditions in Covina, it would be great if the four schools got together in this kind of format in the future. You could call it the “Ortega Memorial tournament.” But on Monday, it’s a charity game, the way it should be. And as a Covina resident myself, it would be great to see APU packed.

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Southern California Shootout

Rowland boys basketball coach Gordon “Boom Boom” Hamlow sent the schedule for the Southern California Shootout on Saturday, Jan. 24, at Azusa Pacific University. All games are boys games except for Bishop Amat and Sonora girls, which is the second game of the day.

Southern California Shotout
Flintridge Prep vs. Walnut, 8:30 a.m.
Bishop Amat Girls vs. Sonora Girls, 9:55 a.m.
West Covina vs. Ayala, 11:30 a.m.
Rowland vs. Diamond Ranch, 12:45 p.m.
Damien vs. Northview, 2:10 p.m.
Glendora vs. Ontario Christian, 3:35 p.m.
Vista Murrieta vs. La Canada, 5 p.m.
Etiwanda vs. Golden Valley, 6:25 p.m.
Los Osos vs. Colony, 7:50 p.m.
Brea vs. Diamond Bar, 9:15 p.m.

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Wrestling notebook, Tartans on the rise

By Steve Ramirez
Glendora High School is known for being a boys basketball power, but a pretty good wrestling program is starting to emerge at the school by the foothills. The Tartans showed their talent off last week with a solid showing at the Nogales’ Super Champs Tournament, where five competitors placed among the top eight in their respective weight classes.
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GSoccer: Maxey’s hat-trick paces Huskies

Note: These are games called into the newspaper, which you can do at 626-962-8811, Ext. 2233 or email to scores@sgvn.com. If you email, make sure to leave a contact number in case one of our reporters has questions.

Above: South Hills’ Natalie Maxey scored three goals in Tuesday’s win.

Tuesday’s Girls Soccer results
Los Altos 1, Bonita 0 – Tasha Campbell’s 25th minute goal was the difference in the Conquerors’ Miramonte League opening win. Los Altos improved to 12-5.
South Hills 7, Nogales 1 – Natalie Maxey scored three goals and has an assist in an easy victory over the Nobles. The Huskies improved to 8-6-1.
Mountain View 1, Rosemead 1 – Naomi Camacho scored for the Vikings and Lizette Hernandez scored for the Panthers in a game that ended in a 1-1 tie. Mountain View is now 6-3-2.

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BSoccer: Mountain View gets revenge

Note: These are games called into the newspaper, which you can do at 626-962-8811, Ext. 2233 or email to scores@sgvn.com. If you email, make sure to leave a contact number in case one of our reporters has questions.

Tuesday’s Boys Soccer results
Diamond Ranch 4, Charter Oak 0 -- Simon Dewhurst scored two goals and Trey James had a goal and assist as the Panthers opened the Miramonte with a victory to improve to 9-3-1 overall.
Gladstone 2, Workman 1 — Victor Silva scored both goals for the Gladiators, who improved to 8-5-1 and 3-0 in the Montview. Workman dropped to 3-5-2 and 1-2-1.
Sierra Vista 7, Bassett 1 – Eddie Gomez’s hat-trick paced the Dons, who improved to 10-1-2 and 4-0 in the Montview.
West Covina 2, Walnut 0, OT – Ivan Lopez scored both goals in overtime to lift the Bulldogs to a 7-2-2 and 1-0 record in the San Antonio. Walnut dropped to 5-6-1.
Wilson 3, Rowland 0 — The Wildcats, top-ranked in the CIF polls, showed why behind a pair of goals from Salomon Reyes and goalkepper Manuel Amezquita earned his fourth shutouts as the Wildcats improved to 11-2-2.

Above: Julio Fernandez congratulated after scoring the game winning goal for Vikings.

For all the success that usually follows the Mountain View High School boys soccer team, Rosemead had its number last season. The Vikings’ only Mission Valley League loss came against Rosemead, and they tied in their other meeting, which cost the Vikings the league title by a half-game to Arroyo. After dodging several Panthers’ scoring chances in the opening 10 minutes of Tuesday’s MVL opener, the Vikings eventually settled down and got a 56th-minute goal from Julio Fernandez to secure a 1-0 victory.
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Wrestling: Northview still king of the Valley

By Steve Ramirez
The goal for the Northview High School wrestling team is no different than it’s been for the past decade. And it has nothing do with the Vikings winning another Valle Vista League title, a CIF-Southern Section divisional championship and nearly unmatched success at the CIF State championships. For Northview wrestlers, it’s all about being the best they can be, and improving from day to day, tournament to tournament and match to match.
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Boys Basketball: DRanch keeps top spot

Rankings update: A lot could change by next week with so many heavyweight match-ups in the first week of league. Glendora and Damien square off on Wednesday, followed by Diamond Ranch-Bonita in a battle of No. 1 and 2 on Friday. Also on Friday, Walnut and Nogales square off. Bishop Amat earned a huge nonleague win over Chino Hills and Workman starting to take control of the Montview.

Above: Damien gets Glendora on Wednesday in the always tough Sierra.

Boys Basketball Top Ten Rankings
1. Diamond Ranch (11-3)
Showdown at Bonita on Friday
2. Bonita (15-2)
Only 4-2 since Christmas
3. Damien (12-4)
1-1 against Bonita
4. Nogales (13-5)
Hosting Walnut on Friday
5. Bishop Amat (14-3)
Statement win over Chino Hills
6. Northview (11-5)
Small but efficient
7. Walnut (13-2)
On six-game win streak
8. Glendora (11-5)
Starting to find groove again
9. Diamond Bar (9-5)
an it survive tough Sierra?
10. Workman (10-5)
Already 3-0 in Montview

Boys Basketball standings
Arrowhead League
Christian League
Del Rey League
San Antonio League
Sierra League
Valle Vista League
Montview League
Mission Valley League
Miramonte League

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Girls Soccer: Undefeated Amat stays No. 1

Rankings update: When did the Bishop Amat girls soccer team become an area power? I guess now, the true test comes in league, but a great start regardless. Glendora is a solid No. 2, then the rest are still finding themselves. Los Altos lost three straight after a good start and San Dimas is in a rut too. Those on the rise are Baldwin Park, Bonita and watch out for St. Lucy’s and Walnut, I watched a good game between those two teams. They will have a lot to say before the season is finished.

Above: Walnut and St. Lucy’s go head-up last week, finishing in 1-1 tie.

Girls Soccer Top Ten
1. Bishop Amat (12-0-3)
Unbelievable turnaround continues
2. Glendora (11-4-2)
Facing St. Lucy’s on Wednesday
3. Los Altos (11-5)
Suddenly on three-game skid
4. St. Lucy’s (5-2-4)
Solid 1-1 tie at Walnut
5. Walnut (5-5-2)
Still the best in San Antonio
6. South Hills (6-6-2)
Not winning “big” games
7. Baldwin Park (10-2-1)
Outscored opponents, 43-15
8. Charter Oak (9-4-2)
Room for improvement
9. Bonita (6-6-1)
Schedule hasn’t helped record
10. San Dimas (7-4-4)
Only one win in last six games

Girls Soccer standings
Del Rey League
Christian League
Miramonte League
Mission Valley League
Montview League
San Antonio League
Sierra League
Valle Vista League

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Boys Soccer: Braves move to No. 1

Rankings: Now that I’ve got full records of most teams, there’s no denying that Baldwin Park should be No. 1, especially after last week’s 1-0 victory over Mountain View. Wilson is still going strong at No. 2 and Glendora drops a couple spots after back-to-back losses. Sierra Vista jumps up to No. 4 after a 5-2 beating over Workman.

Above: South Hills during its 2-1 victory over Bishop Amat last week.

Boys Soccer Top Ten
1. Baldwin Park (12-1)
Huge 1-0 win over Mountain View
2. Wilson (10-2-2)
On four-game winning streak
3. Glendora (9-3)
Drops three of four
4. Sierra Vista (9-1-2)
Already 3-0 in Montview
5. Mountain View (9-3-2)
Played a tough schedule
6. South Hills (4-2-2)
Solid win over Bishop Amat
7. Bishop Amat (11-4)
Gets tougher in league
8. Los Altos (7-2)
Ready to battle for Miramonte
9. Diamond Ranch (5-1-1)
Still only one loss
10. Damien (6-6-1)
Won three of four

Boys Soccer Standings
Del Rey League
Miramonte League
Mission Valley League
Montview League
San Antonio League
Sierra League
Valle Vista League

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Girls Hoops: DRanch takes top spot

Rankings: Diamond Ranch jumps to No. 1 after Bishop Amat’s loss to Bishop Montgomery on Monday. Sierra Vista makes a huge leap to No. 4 after beating Azusa and South Hills stay at three because of its six-game win streak. West Covina makes its debut at No. 10 after a win over Bonita. Also, with Sierra Vista owning a win over South Hills and Azusa owning a win over Glendora, this is great news for the Montview.

Girls Basketball Top Ten
1. Diamond Ranch (10-4)
Could go unbeaten in Miramonte
2. Bishop Amat (13-3)
Falls to 1-1 in Del Rey
3. South Hills (9-5)
Six-game win streak
4. Sierra Vista (11-3)
Huge win over rival Azusa<
5. Bonita (11-5)
Continues to improve
6. St. Lucy’s (9-4)
Facing Glendora tonight
7. Glendora (10-7)
Nonleague win over Covina
8. Azusa (10-5)
Good wins on resume
9. Covina (9-6)
Valle Vista not a lock
10. West Covina (9-7)
Solid win over Bonita

Girls Basketball standings
Christian League
Del Rey League
Miramonte League
Mission Valley League
Montview League
San Antonio League
Sierra League
Valle Vista League

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McConnell: Greatest scorers ever

This story comes from longtime staffer Jim McConnell, the man we call, “The King” around the office. He writes a weekly Then & Now column. This week he writes about the greatest high school scorers.

You can watch high school basketball and enjoy the subtleties of the game – or you can root for the rock to rip the nets. This columnist must admit he is not a basketball purist. I have often pondered why, and I think I now know the reason: When I was a mere boy of 9, I saw Billy Kilmer play. Kilmer, who played at Citrus High in Azusa, was front-and-center of a scoring revolution in prep basketball in the Southland.
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UPDATED: Temple City fires Randy Backus

This comes from Star-News prep editor Miguel Melendez …

By Miguel A. Melendez
Staff Writer

TEMPLE CITY — Temple City High School fired head varsity football coach Randy Backus on Monday, two months after an incident in which school officials said he grabbed a student and cursed at him.

Temple City High athletic director John Van De Veere said the decision to fire Backus was unrelated to the November incident, which did not involve a football player.

“Randy put his hands on a student inappropriately — not sexually — and threatened the individual,” Van De Veere said. “The way I understand it, Randy came out of the locker room and the kid wanted to go in. As Randy was about to close the door, the kid threw his backpack to hold the door open, and that’s when he grabbed the kid and used foul language.”

The student involved was 18 at the time but decided not to press charges and was not himself disciplined, school officials said. No police report was filed, although another student did witness the incident.

Backus said he was “greatly disappointed” about his firing after just two seasons as head coach.

“The reasons were not directly given to me,” he said. “I requested a meeting last week to talk about these issues and I have not had a meeting. That is why I had not resigned. I was not given a chance to defend myself.”
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Football: All-CIF Mid-Valley Division

Mid-Valley Division

Brandon Buteyn, Paraclete
Tra Sumler, Rosemead
Kyle Swanson, Paraclete

Above: Rosemead Tra Sumler earns co-player of the year honors
First Team Offense
Andrew Culver, Paraclete
Luis Diaz, Rosemead
Angel Alejandre, Rosemead
Chris Flores, Rosemead
Marquise Williams, Monrovia
Josh Lowden, Monrovia
Josh Ouelette, Temple City
Anthony Farmer, Northview
Daniel Joseph, San Dimas
Kyle Salm, San Dimas
Rauley Zaragosa, Azusa
Erik Aguilano, Azusa
Scott Dooley, San Marino
Daniel Owen, Los Angeles Baptist
Jared Vos, Valley Christian
Jason De Kruyf, Valley Christian
Steven Colliau, South Pasadena
Albert Orozco, Baldwin Park

First Team Defense
Todd Davis, Paraclete
Brandon Owen, Paraclete
Lavonte Barnett, Paraclete
Jonny Torsney, Paraclete
Kyle Steffes, Paraclete
Tra Sumler, Rosemead
Edward Vasquez, Rosemead
Cesar Chavez, Rosemead
Joe Vasquez, Monrovia
Jermaine Arnold, Monrovia
Ryan Watkins, Temple City
Nick Conora, Temple City
Andrew Rodriguez, Northview
Christian Vargas, Northview
Mitch Mullaly, Northview
Kevin Jones, Northview
Steven Yortsos, San Marino
Chris Rodriguez, Arroyo

Note: Not sure if they voted on a second team. This is all that was emailed. Congtrats to all.

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Top Softball teams in 2009?

I’m leaning toward Glendora, who went to the Division II title game, play in the tough Sierra, and have senior pitcher Dana Waldusky to go with Natalie Hernandez, Kelly Nolan and Briana Dworak all back. Okay, I realize that Los Altos has senior pitcher Diana-Lynn Patterson and Washington bound shortstop Courtney Gano, so there’s a good argument for No. 1. Others expected to be ranked high include San Dimas, South El Monte, Sierra Vista, Bishop Amat, and don’t forget the sleepers like Azusa, with sophomore pitcher Veronica Ramirez. She’s the real deal folks. Those expected to fall from last year’s top rankings include Northview, too difficult to replace Hannah Fraijo. Same goes for Covina, losing pitcher Jill Huntsman. Charter Oak? Well, they’re the huge question. They have the bats, but the question again, do they have the pitching to go with it?

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Sunday Tribbin

em>Anything and anyone you want to talk about

I need athlete of the week suggestions, games you say HAVE to be covered next week, and while you’re at it, how about some breaking news. Are they ever going to fill the La Puente and Wilson head football coaching positions? What football coach would you like me run down next week for a Q&A, and what kind of burning questions need to be answered. Don’t know if they will answer, but we can ask.

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