Above: Diamond Bar’s Andrew Cameron threw for 1,795 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2009
By Aram Tolegian, staff writer
Diamond Bar coach John Martin may have a simple solution to his developing two- headed monster at quarterback – play both Andrew Cameron and Harry Omana, who transferred from Mater Dei late last season. “Both of them will play a little bit,” Martin said. “Both do things a little bit different.” Cameron, a senior-to-be, has plenty of experience. Omana, a junior-to-be, is versatile. When spring practice begins Monday, the two should put on quite a show. Quarterback is just one place where Martin has plenty of experience back. Diamond Bar returns 17 of 22 starters just in time to head into a new league and division: The Brahmas are leaving the Sierra League for the newly formed Hacienda League, which will produce exciting local matchups on a weekly basis. Diamond Bar is also changing to the Southeast Division.