Breaking News: Bishop Amat soph RB Dionza Blue cleared according to CIF website

Bishop Amat sophomore all-purpose back Dionza Blue was expected to be one of the Lancers’ big up-and-comers after a sensational freshman year before transferring to Chaminade, where he was cleared to compete in March. However, Blue returned to Bishop Amat over the summer and as of Tuesday, was cleared to play for Bishop Amat by the CIF-Southern Section after a valid change of address transfer request from Amat was upheld. Amat coach Steve Hagerty said Blue had been practicing with the junior varsity because he wasn’t sure of his playing status, adding, “He came back late in the summer, is a good kid and will certainly add depth, Hagery said. “He is an athletic kid who can catch the ball and run the ball. He’s a good young hybrid player that can fill in a lof of places.” BTW, Dionza Blue? Why would you ever leave Amat with a name like that? You want video of the Blue Blur, here it is, see for yourself.

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  • Cal-Hi

    Cal-Hi Sports 2010 California State Rankings for Preseason

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    5. Serra (Gardena, Calif.)
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    26. Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.) 9-1-1
    27. Bishop Amat (La Puente, Calif.) ==========> Only School from San Gabriel Valley
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  • Bob

    He’s good but If you look at that again look at O-Line play. They are getting a 5 yard push on all plays. #70 makes key blocks and gets down field pretty good for a tackle. Someone needs to give props to the O-Line coach. And yes this kid Blue is for real.

  • Amat Honk

    #67 Hauser #70 Rodriguez #68 were 250-270 Lb Lineman. We had another kid #78 Borguez who tipped the scales at 300 lbs. but transferred out because of a 2 hour commute. Our frosh line was huge and instrumental in opening up holes for Blue, DJ Daniels and Albert “cry baby” Llamas (transferred to St. Paul). I think Llamas was the best running back but, unfortunately, he and his Dad complained too much about not getting enough carries, he just didn’t fit well as a Lancer, but made for a perfect slime.