Bishop Amat’s 2012 football schedule; Charter Oak, Chino Hills, St. Paul on the sked

Bishop Amat Football Schedule
Aug. 24 Servite, 7:00 pm
Aug. 31 at Chino Hills, 7:00 pm
Sept. 7 at La Mirada, 7:00 pm
Sept. 14 at Charter Oak, 7:00 pm
Sept. 21 St. Paul, 7:00 pm
Sept. 28 Culver City, 7:00 pm
Oct. 12 at Alemany, 7:00 pm
Oct. 19 Crespi, 7:00 pm
Oct. 26 at Loyola, LA Valley College, 7:00 pm
Nov. 12 Notre Dame, 7:00 pm

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  • SGV Athlete

    I really like this schedule for AMAT. In the past few years, people have constantly complained about the lack of strength in AMAT’s preseason, but I think Hagerty is taking a step in the right direction. Obviously Servite is a great opener, followed by very decent games against Inland powers Charter Oak and Chino Hills, and the St. Paul rivalry is always a great game.

    Go AMAT!

  • Sizzle

    They lose 3 out of the first 5 of the preseason games.

  • MS. PAUL AND CIF ARE A JOKE!!!!

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME? BRANDIN SCHREIMAN IS BACK AT WILSON? CIF LET HIS PUNK DAD GET AWAY WITH ALL THAT NON SENSE. AND MS. PAUL OH MAN WHAT CAN I SAY ABOUT YOU? DIDNT YOU RAN THIS KID OUTTA YOUR SCHOOL A YEAR AGO ALONG SIDE ZAVALA? YOU PREACH INTEGRITY AND ALL YOUR B/S YET YOU LET THIS PUNK MS COME BACK TO YOUR SCHOOL. HE ALONE DESTROYED YOUR FOOTBALL PROGRAM. OH WAIT I FORGOT, YOU DONT GIVE A RATS @$$ ABOUT THAT. ARE YOU EVEN SURE HE LIVES IN THE DISTRICT? WHY DONT YOU GO HIRE A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR AGAIN? I JUST DNT GET IT. A COACH LOSES HIS JOB AS A TEACHER AND THIS KID WILL BE ABLE 2 GRADUATE WITH HIS “BUDDYS” WHERE THE HELL IS YOUR INTEGRITY?????

  • SGV Observer

    O.K. Amat, I’ll give you guys a little respect this time around. Your schedule is very respectable. Servite should beat you at home, and I see Chino Hills with a good chance winning because they are at home. You’ll still spank La Mirada, but Charter Oak is a toss up. St Paul actually should be good, but you should win that one at home. Culver City, don’t know anything about them. Then you have the tough Serra league…..I think you could go 5-5 for the season, but if you come out 7-3 or better, then you get all the props.

    WCHS Rules !!

  • CH Alum

    I wish we played Amat 3 years ago when my boy was a senior at CH. We would have rocked them with the team we had. I think Amat made the playoffs that year and all I heard was Amat this and Amat that. Those boys will see real competition when they come vist us Aug 31. CH wins by 14.

  • Swordsman Football

    It’s good to see the rivalry coming back. Hopefully this is the start of a new rivalry. We will have a great team returning, and it will be nothing like it was a few years back when Amat brought it to us at the Pit. I expect a packed house and the Swordsmen to come up big and walk away with a victory…..28-21 Swordsmen

    Go St. Paul

  • Lancer4life

    Is it really a rivalry? We’ve beat you 20 years in a row! Amat 34 st. paula 14!

  • Real talk

    @CH alum wait didn’t CH get there a@@ handed to them on tv by upland? I think that is the same game where the tv announcer kept saying that CH gave up in the third quarter? I think Amat is way to physical for CH they are not used to playing D1 type football I saw a lot of missed tackles and CH just looked scared.

  • Frank

    Great schedule for Amat. Amat will close the case as the top dogs of the SGV. What excuses will the haters come up with when Amat handles CH, CO and St. Paul. A pre-season schedule that covers many areas, of football. Hagerty has put together a great schedule. Way to step it up and silence the critcs.

  • Tough Schedule!

    That is a pretty solid schedule. It’s a nice warm up for league play. The La Mirada game might be closer than people think. La Mirada has a lot of starters returning from last year including their starting QB and leading rusher and leading receiver. Culver City made it to the Western Division (IV) finals last year, but I don’t think Culver City will be as good this year as they were last year. I think BA will beat Chino Hills, Charter Oak, Culver City and St Paul. They lose to Servite and La Mirada, and go 2-2 in league and make the playoffs only to lose in the first round again. Another 6-5 season!

  • Real talk

    @Frank I think it’s time that Amat start focusing on a championship and forget about the SGV fishbowl. You don’t get a ring or a banner for beating those teams.

  • Frank

    @ real talk, I agree that Amat definitely needs to win a ring. And I believe that is what they are working at. That is the main goal. But along the way if you can knock off some good local talent, it leaves those who want to talk crap, with less to say.

  • Real talk

    @Frank I get what you are saying frank. We have to remember that every team hates on Amat from long beach poly to the OC. I am feeling that that battle has already been won just look at the wins vs loses with any team in the SGV. What I hope for Amat is some size on the line 2 or 3 game changing studs and a more change of tempo offense. I like our D I think we need to change play calling and just the over all tempo in which we start the games. Haters going to hate Frank but we got bigger fish to fry! And the things that the OC teams say about the SGV in general is getting old.

  • fb102

    Real talk AND others,

    Other programs MAY hate Amat football, BUT they do RESPECT Amat football. IF no respect, Amat WILL beat them or take them to the woodshed in a loss. Especially in Kiefer….

    Lancers WILL be ready for every foe in the 2012 season STARTING with Servite.

  • coltfan97

    I know there is some Amat haters out there, and some of it is warranted but some of it is not warranted!!! Amat schedule is good, and it will help Amat when they start league play!!!

    IMO we as SGV high school fans we should support Amat because they are the only team in the SGV in the PAC 5!!! SGV High School football looks stronger when Amat does well!!!

  • SGV Athlete

    Way too early predictions for my AMAT Lancers:

    Aug. 24 Servite: L
    Aug. 31 at Chino Hills: W
    Sept. 7 at La Mirada: W
    Sept. 14 at Charter Oak: W
    Sept. 21 St. Paul: W
    Sept. 28 Culver City: W
    Oct. 12 at Alemany: W
    Oct. 19 Crespi: W
    Oct. 26 at Loyola: W
    Nov. 12 Notre Dame: L

    8-2 (3-1)…Alemany graduated a lot of seniors while ND is still a young group. 2nd or 3rd round of playoffs (hopefully all the way!!). Yes, it will be somewhat of a “rebuilding” year after graduating Rio, Shay, Moore, etc. but the underclassmen talent is VERY impressive. DON’T sleep on the Lancers this year.

    GO AMAT!!

  • Sierra League Fan

    “Real talk said:
    @CH alum wait didn’t CH get there a@@ handed to them on tv by upland? I think that is the same game where the tv announcer kept saying that CH gave up in the third quarter? I think Amat is way to physical for CH they are not used to playing D1 type football I saw a lot of missed tackles and CH just looked scared.”

    First off, know what you are talking about before writing it. 3 years ago, CH lost to Upland 13-7 in the Semis. Chino Hills shut out Upland in the second half. It was a defensive struggle. With both teams were held under 200 yards total offense. If you want to call that and a$$ kicking you are nuts. Upland won the division the next week.

    As for CH not being used to D1 type football….LOL. Wake up dude!!! I seem to recall CH playing Tesoro the last 2 years…you know, the team that sent Amat out of the playoffs last year and Servite this year….CH is 4-1 all time against them. They played REV who beat “mighty” D1 Mission Viejo this year…CH is 1-1 in the last 2 years against them. They played the #2 team in the state, Corona Centennial in the Semis last year and played them closer than anyone else that year including Mater Dei who made the Pac 5 Semis.
    So before you go saying CH is “afraid” of mighty Amat…and can’t handle the “physical” play of Amat…..do your research. No playoff teams from the Inland division is afraid of AMAT!….. Glad to see Amat is playing a couple quality teams besides Servite. St. Paul is not a “step up” game…I watched them struggle to barely beat a bad Ayala team last year…they are small and slow.. I know it is a rivalry game but it is not a “challenging” game.

  • Truth

    If we are being objective, honest, and step out of the fish bowl for just a second – Chino Hills & Charter Oak is not much of a step up, if at all, from Garfield and Venice. Garfield and Venice were both City Division 1 programs who played other top teams – and played them tough. Both won their leagues and both were eliminatedby Carson in tough games
    Garfield played Amat, Olu, Edison, and Dorsey – who needed overtime to beat them, right before Dorsey lost to the REV team that destroyed CH 14-12 , only because they couldn’t kick extra points.
    Venice has skill guys that put CO/CH guys to shame and a Pac12 reciever who makes the much ballywhood Gilchrest look like a MidValley reciever.oops-did I say that out loud?
    The SGV might think this is an improvement, but those who know football might not look at it so favorably.

  • Sierra League Fan

    Truth,
    Keep telling yourself Amat played a tough schedule. Anyone who knows anything about SoCal foot knows the city section is WEAK! The D.1 City Champ Narbonne was ranked 23rd! in the state and the city only had 1 other team, San Pedro @ #49 in the top 50! …… and you want to talk about how tough city teams are…um, ok.

    The fact is Amat beat only 1 team that was ranked higher than CH (#108)last year and none higher than CO (#39). The average CA Ranking of the opponents they beat was 200….Including city “powers” Cathedral #384, Garfield #308 and Venice #130…all well below both CO and CH. They were all beaten by a Carson team that finished with 6 losses…and you want to use that as an argument????

    Well, if you are saying that CH and CO are not step up games then Amat should be able to mop the floor with them, right? …..we will see.

  • who you lose to matters

    There goes knucklehead Sierra league Fan talking outta both ends again. Not su anyone said last years Amat schedule was tough, just that these two games don’t necessarily make it betterr. He wants us to believe that CH’s record was because they lost to some tough teams, but Amats identical 6-5 record was against a weak schedule. He wants to downgrade Garfield because their losses came to Amat, Edison, St Paul, Dorsey, and South East (13-1), and Carson because they lost 6 games, without acknowledging those losses were to Santa Margarita, Long Beach Poly, Mission Viejo, San Pedro (12-1), Narbonne (twice).
    got balls?

  • Transitive property

    Garfield 26 Dorsey 32 (OT)
    Dorsey 12 REV 14
    REV 34 Chino Hills ZERO

  • AMAT 73

    Decent schedule , love seeing St Slime on it and hopefully the rivalry gets going again. My only regret is not having Damien on the xchedule . Loved seeing the silencing of the almighty pit. Good local match ups that the SGV has been looking for and they will benefit both teams .Love to see the talk on our past weak opponents and now St Slime being weak but what’s funnier is the one’s saying it won’t play them . I for one would like to see a CO or CH play Garfield . They may not win many of them but they have been in many more battles against top teams than any other team in the valley not named AMAT and I believe they have St Bonnies next season.

  • Gerogie of LM

    Tough schedule for Bishop Amat. I know that everyone here is looking at La Mirada as the cream puff here. And last year we got hammered by BA, 49-13. But we had only 3 varsity starters from the year before. This year we are returning most of our players, 5 of which are all-CIF. Our game is home, and we should give BA a much better game this year.

  • OldMan in Chino

    To Real Talk:
    You have your games mixed up. The game you are speaking of was when CO played Upland during the 2011 play-offs. Yes the commentators did comment that the team playing Upland (C0) seemed to shut down in the 3rd qrtr. It was in deed a rout by Upland on CO. The time that CHHS played Upland it was a close game and lost 13-7 in the rain. It was a good game and it could have gone either way and Upland did in deed hang on to win.

  • GoAmat

    Here we are another year of shit talking! But who are we??? WE ARE AMAT!! Win or lose we are still AMAT!!! And who do we love?? We love our haters!! Maybe some day we will be excepted for who we are!! Gold and Blue all the way!! Let’s go Lancers!!!

  • GoAmat

    What happened to WC?? They don’t want any of us?? Better at talking?

  • GoAmat

    Here we go! Another year of hating! I guess no matter who we play there will always be haters! But who are we??? “WE ARE AMAT”. Ant wait!! “Let’s go LANCERS”!

  • Sierra League Fan

    No one is hatin’. It is just that Amat fans come off as very arrogant. They act as if Amat has had great success in recent years. They are a fine program but not that great in their division. I am glad to see that they are at least playing CH & CO so that will give some real comparisons between top programs in the area. I wish West Co would be in the mix also. At least they are playing CH. It should be a fun preseason next year.

  • Arrogant – or facts?

    Sierra League Fan – “at least playing the locals”? You make it sound like Amat ducks them. In fact a few years back when Amat rolled thru West Covina, Diamond Ranch, and Damien – football types accused the Lancers of a soft, local schedule. And DR was in the finals of that tough Southeast Division. Local is not necessarily good. This decade they’ve played Charter Oak, West Covina, Damien, Glendora, Diamond Ranch, Rancho Cucamonga, St Francis, and St Paul. At least two year contracts with each, and more from Damien. All were ended by the locals – not Amat. in those games Amat is twenty-something and one (that one being a loss to the Ian Johnson Damien Spartans). Thats not arrogant – just a fact. It was also predicted that Gano would discontinue the series as soon as he could – and that turned out to be right too. What I’d like Sierra League Fan is to point out an “arrogant” comment where someone claims “great success” then we know what offends you so

  • When will Amat win again?

    This preseason schedule is tough as they come. However, regardless of the preseason, League, and playoffs matter the most. How is amat going to win a ring? They don’t have the players to win in the Pac 5. Amat could lose at least 6-7 games next year. I would like nothing more then to see Amat tear it up in the pac 5. I just don’t see it happening. Amat Fans when do you think Amat will win a championship? We know they can beat lower level schools, which they should, but when will they be able to take out Servite or SM or a poly?

  • 12th man

    Santa Margarita is returning the QB & RB..They are favored to repeat as Pac5 Champions & will be ranked #1 in the polls before the season starts..Amat will need some big transfers to make some noise this year..

  • OldMan in Chino

    I am wondering aloud if the cost of busing plays into who schools schedule to play. No doubt there are some very powerful and worthy opponents that are wihthin a reasonable driving distance. I know that come play-offs that there are some divisions where schools have to drive several hours to play each other. I remember several seasons ago, CHHS drove to Valenica on two occasions for play-off games. I guess what I am trying to say is that I am all for local school playing each other and scheduling as many “step-up games” as possible with each other in the interest of saving the cost of fuel. I rememeber that at one time parents were being apprached to pay for the fuel that is takes for the buses to be used to transport players to games.

  • Bulldog 4 Life

    the last 4 games on there schedule is still assuming CIF keeps those teams in the PAC 5 right????
    does anyone know when the re-alignments will take place???

  • jcaz

    Very interesting schedule for next year, but I for one would much rather they look at playing a couple of more inland divisions schools as opposed to always looking at putting either Damien or St Paul on the schedule ever other year.

    I guess it means for something to the old guard, but the fact is that those rivalries were for a much different time. Not for a time when you can put schools like Corona or Norco on the table instead.

    As for the Charter Oak game, well wow, its really a couple of years to late for this game to be played don’t you think ?

    In fact, by now most of the better athletes from Charter Oak as well as many of the parents of those kids (who used to make the smack talking in here so much fun) have most likely long sense moved on by now.

    Still, I cant wait for Friday night lights to start once again.

  • sgv baller

    Pac 5 is going to be way tougher now with westlake,Oaks and st bonnie.the problem with Amat is that there is not much talent in the Sgv to compete against these Pac 5 schools. those teams have big lines. just looking at all the letter of intents signed this week in the valley proves how very little talent there is to go around.just long beach poly alone had 5 guys sign to arizona state and many good players coming back. mission viejo had 5 players sign at good D1 schools. santa margarita had mostly juniors and a couple good linemen who got d1 scholarships. Amat will have a good defense but there offense nobody knows how they will be. running backs wont be the problem.blue and daniels where great backs there freshman year and now it will be there turn to shine. QB position is the biggest concern.most teams in the valley lose alot of key players.so it will be hard to tell how good they will be.

  • AmatNation

    Bishop Amat 2011 (6 – 5)

    Garfield 14 – 0 Win – Grass
    Servite 49 – 14 Loss (hah!) – Turf
    La Mirada 49 – 13 Win – Grass
    Damien 28 – 7 Win – Turf
    Cathedral 56 – 7 – Win – Grass
    Venice 38 – 35 – Win – Grass
    Alemany 26 – 21 – Loss – Grass
    Crespi 28 – 14 – Win – Turf
    Loyola 14 – 3 – Loss – Grass
    Notre Dame 17 – 12 – Loss – Turf
    Santa Margarita 45 – 21 – Loss – Turf

    4 out of the 6 Amat Wins came on Grass Fields. The only Turf Wins came against a very terrible team and an injured Crespi. Why does Amat lose on Turf? Well, its been discussed here before but conventional wisdom says that Amat has become too slow, too small, and has a terrible tempo to their offense. That results in losses every year! just sayin’

  • Amat Nation 2012

    Lets look at the 2012 Field Schedule:
    Aug. 24 Servite (Grass!) – Hah…I don’t think so!
    Aug. 31 at Chino Hills (Turf)
    Sept. 7 at La Mirada (Turf)
    Sept. 14 at Charter Oak (Turf)
    Oh…Oh! Can we say 0 – 4
    Sept. 21 St. Paul (Grass)
    Sept. 28 Culver City (Grass)
    Oct. 12 at Alemany (Turf)
    Oct. 19 Crespi, 7:00 pm (Grass)
    Oct. 26 at Loyola (Turf)
    Nov. 12 Notre Dame (Grass)

    Just based on the type of field that Amat will have to play in 2012, I predict a 4 – 6 record for Amat’s 2012 team and will miss the playoffs because they are certainly not going to beat Crespi and Notre Dame! They may win 1 of the 2, but not both!

    Go ahead Amat Nation, take a look at the previous years and tell me I’m wrong!

  • Property Of The Amat Transiant

    Property of the Amat Transiant

    Santa Margarita 45 — Amat 21
    Tesoro 31 — Amat 21
    Lakewood 34 — Amat 17
    Long Beach Poly 21 — Amat 17
    2007 — Amat No Playoffs
    2006 — Amat No Playoffs

    That’s a Perrrfect 0 – 6 Playoff Record in the last 6 years…!

    Just The FACTS…!

  • NOT IN 2012

    “When will Amat win again?

    How is amat going to win a ring? They don’t have the players to win in the Pac 5.

    Amat Fans when do you think Amat will win a championship?”

    Hello…? LickaLot, Joe Amat, MrsNewtGingrich73
    Here is your chance to stand up in front of the SGV and explain yourselves…! This is not the time to be cowards. Now is the time to shut us all up by telling us how you’r gonna do it.

    Hello…? Bueller…Bueller…Bueller…

    Uh-Huh…! Yeah…! Uh-Huh…!

    What else? Wow…really? That sounds like a great plan…! Now get out there and do it…Juw Can Do Eat Mijo!

    Not Since 1995

  • Lancer Alum

    To the Idiot that Comments on Grass or Turf:

    I read this blog here and there to see what people say and it always makes me laugh. But this idiot commenting on grass and turf fields is a real moron. It’s incredible to see the hatred so many have towards the Amat Nation. Seriously, why are so many paying so much attention at who we play? Worry about your own teams. Amat is always going to be the talk of the SGV, plain and simple. The other teams measure their level to Amat. We get the most attention, even from the haters who can’t stay away. This idiot probably never played, or if he did, he road the pine his 4 years in HS.

    Amat will do fine next season. They will improve their record from 2011, and make the playoffs again. How far we go depends on how bad the boys want it, and what they do this off season. But from what I have seen this month, the boys are serious…..

    Amat Rules The SGV !!!

  • When Will Amat Win again ?

    I am not “not since 1995″. However, there is no hatred for Amat here. There is tons of skill talent here in the SGV, it’s the lineman. Due to size of the Area, and schools, there are just not enough Hogs to go around. Amat’s issue is Size and speed. All though the lancers are one of the most discipline teams around. They are not the biggest nor the Fastest team around. Or even the Most talented team around. They only had two players get offers, and they were not even to BCS schools. Now days the only advantage Amat has over lower level schools is a mental advantage. Whenever they play against local schools, they play with the Amat tradition, the mystique somewhat of a Mojo. They expect to win. The local SGV teams buy into that, therefore they have lost before the game is played. However, I am going to call amat out on this, I do believe Amat will play any team in the SGV, but it’s when they decide to play them. I think Amat still beats Charter oak because charter oak has no Qb. Amat has a QB, who has played a little. Even though Bobo and vaughns would be the best players in the game, how will they get them the ball? There is no way Amat has a better team, nor season than last year. The “trap game” on this schedule is St Paul. Assante, is going to bring some speed, size, and Athleticism to St Paul. You can bet some players are going to follow him From LA. This is one catch 22 of a year for bishop. People were screaming Schedule better preseason games. Well they did, but it’s right before realignment. So If Bishop Gets creamed by Servite, loses to a mid level inland team, and loses to a lower division St paul team all that adds up to being drop into the Western Div 4. That’s the Future of the BA program. Once they are drop out of the Pac5, I don’t know if that will be the place to be anymore. Especially if West Co Wins the Southeast again, and goes to the central. Just saying.

  • CHHS Alum

    I had a conversation with some Amat parents last night and jabbed eachother a little bit about our mutual game on Aug 31. Just having fun! Both really nice guys. Both guys, to a man, said that Amat got tricked into playing CH and CO. Both have boys that will start next year on the varsity team and both said to me that they are not ready for either team. Hagerty didn’t want to play us but he was afraid to lose his job if he didn’t. Too many boosters complained about the Garfield and Cathedral games. Apparently the Monsignor has had enough of the “Not Since 1995″ people of the world and demanded better competition. Notice both games are away from Kiefer field? That explains a lot about to who was in control of these negotiations. They said its gonna be really tuff year for Amat.

  • just sayin

    CHHS Alum – Dont read too much into the game not being at Keifer. Schools want to balance home and away games. Servite, St Paul and Culver City are at home, so three away games would balance that. If they played CH and/orCO at home next year theyd have 4 away games and only 2 at home.

  • Amat 75

    Dear “Property of the Amat Transiant”, whatever that means. Amat beat Mater Dei in the playoffs in 2009. A Mater Dei team with Max Wittek and Victor Blackwell

    Just the facts knucklehead !!

  • Amat Dad

    To CHHS Alum:

    You need to pull your head out of your @zz. Any parent with a starting boy on varsity would not say what you claim they said. My boy will be a starter, and started as a junior. The team is pumped. The boys are working hard, and the talent level is fine. We do not have a star player that stands way above the rest. But that’s a good thing, because we do have a good 8-10 boys that are solid all the way around. One thing we will not lack is toughness and fight. I’m not here predicting what our record will be, but I know we will be in a position to win every game next year, including Servite. What our final record is will all depend on how we close out the games.

    Don’t ever count out Amat. And don’t ever claim that the Amat parents don’t believe in their boys. Amat produces a special breed of players. Not based on size, or even skill, but definately based on heart, toughness, and true fight.

    Amat Baby !!!

  • Spartan Dad

    I am the first to throw in my two cents when it comes to knocking on Amat. But I must say that I am still upset that our coach decided to not schedule Amat next season. I think that we showed last year that we could hang with them. If we played this coming season I truly feel we would have a chance to beat them. That game is a big deal to both schools, and I hate that Gano made this decision. But I will say, that whether you like Amat or hate them, they stir up talk in the Valley. I think they’ll be in the running next season, but their are definately kinks in the armor right now.

  • Amat Fan

    you know, all you have to do is take a look at the amount of bloggers everytime a story is written about amat. you get the haters on here and the amat nation on here talking and jabbing. this story is not even a story, it is just amat’s schedule. but look at the amount of responses……50 and growing. what does that tell you. amat is the big dog in the valley, and the team people watch and talk about. remember, publicity is king, good and bad. does any other school get half the attention amat gets….NO.

    Go Big Blue !!!!!!!

  • Valley Guy

    @when will amat win again.amat was not a slow team,as a whole this ream actually had very good speed.no track star speed but efficient. only 2 guys got scholarships but there where many juniors on the squad and Rio would of had many offers if he wasnt a potential first rounder in baseball. the only local team with more than 2 players with scholarship offers was diamond ranch.

  • NOT IN 2012

    To Amat Dad:

    I agree with you 100%…!

    Amat produces a special breed of players…The kind that CAN’T WIN a CIF Championship….!

    HAHAHHA…based on heart, toughness, and true fight….! LMFAO!

    Amnot A Champion Baby !!!

  • NOT IN 2012

    To Amat Fan:

    If in fact Amat is the big dog, why don’t you answer the question?

    Here, lets try it again: “When will Amat win again?

    How is amat going to win a ring? They don’t have the players to win in the Pac 5.

    Amat Fans when do you think Amat will win a championship?”

    Everyone of you knows the TRUTH.

    LickaLot, Joe Amat, MrsTranVesTite73:

    Here is your chance to stand up in front of the SGV and explain yourselves…! This is not the time to be cowards. Now is the time to shut us all up by telling us how you’re gonna do it.

    Hello…? Bueller…Bueller…Bueller…

    Uh-Huh…! Yeah…! Uh-Huh…!

    Juw Can Do Eat…MIJO!

  • Mt Sac Fan

    Valley Guy

    Remember not to forget of all of amat big dogs already signed the LOI to come to Mt Sac! Think we got about 8 or 9 of you guys comin over here in june! Amat is our new pipeline cus of the economy. But its all good. At least you get to play somemore.

  • football follower

    I think AMAT will have a good year coming up. I remember when this class were freshmen and the talk was that when this class were seniors they would compete. I know they are loosing Ruiz their running back but they will be fine. Every time they graduate some solid players they hatred comes out and everyone counts them out. Reload time, they do have speed and the defense will be very strong. Look for Blue to run wild. I understand their Line is getting bigger and stronger, i hear they are working hard which is what AMAT does.

    As for the rest of the SGV, what coach wants to play AMAT. Not West Covina, we know where that went. not Damien, Gano did what he does best, dodge area competition. Not South Hills, they always talked big but never scheduled. CO, waiting to see, the last two times they played they were supposed to be stacked, they got racked. If AMAT is supposed to be that down then why do these coaches continuously dodge them, amazing..

    Koa, he may not have been the answer this year but a full year under center he will be fine, this kid works and is focussed, heck he was a sophomore last year. How many Sophomores step in the PAC 5 and dominate at QD? The last time AMAT played Mater Dei in league he beat Barkley and he didn’t look that comfortable but you could see something was there.

    AMAT haters just relax and let these kids play. As for parents of other schools, as your AD’s and Coaches why they aren’t playing AMAT.

  • OldMan in Chino

    To all the loyal supporters and followers of Amat football:

    When I heard that CHHS had signed on to play Amat, I thought it was a “step-up game” for CHHS. I will agree that Amat may not be as dominant as they once were, but none the less they are a D-I team and CHHS is a D-II team. I know that both teams will play their hearts out and it will be a great game. It looks like both teams will be breaking in a new QB and will have holes to fill on both sides of the ball.

  • Amat Fan

    To Not in 2012:

    Who do you represent? What school did you play for, or what HS does your boy attend. When was the last time your school played Amat? You are obviously from the SGV, and that is why you are hating on Amat. You see, you have nothing better to do than knock on Amat, becuse your school doesn’t have the balls to play Amat. We may not have won it all for a while, but we bring it every year, and the rest of the SGV plays second fiddle and plays the hater role. You need to focus on your team and see if you can find your family jeweels….

  • Oh

    Hey- just the facts.

    Your lack of accuracy of the fact makes your post invalid.

    Amat is not 0-6.
    Two seasons ago they beat a very good mater dei team in the first round.
    They then lost to a solid Lakewood team. Who else I. The sgv could have hung with Lakewood.

    This season, Santa margaratia was beast. Amat hung in there for 3 quarters before turnovers got the best of em. The boys play hard and their efforts speak for themselves. Pac5 is some serious ball – check out the results of other teams vs pac5 opponents.

  • Bulldogs have bite

    Football follower,

    You think West Covina and coach Maggiore are dodging Amat? WC has developed a history of scheduling upper division games. We have have come up short in some but have a good game, and flat out for embarrassed in others. Next season we still have the second half of a home/home with Loyola. I don’t need to tell you how tough they are. In years past we have scheduled teams such as Bishop Amat, Mater Dei and Venice. This year we added Chino Hills to our schedule. I hardly think Maggiore would duck BA given the evidence that we have shown the eagerness to play the best and challenge ourselves. Hopefully we can get you guys back on the schedule after finishing the Loyola contact, it would be a great series and both schools have a large following.

  • CHHS supporter

    its going be be sad: If we dont get either coach Bub back or a new Defensive cordinator in there its going to be the worst year ever for CHHS. The def coach right now is only there for one thing, to make sure his son plays! They might be able to score but the defense is still going to be called by the same coach that layed down and quit after the first half against tesoro, redlands, and CO. coach Sadwick has to go!!! Find a new BFF coach, for the kids.

  • CHHS Alum

    I hear that if the CIF Transfer rule is changed to 30 days, we (CHHS) may get the two offensive linemen that I was telling you about yesterday. Both dads think the boys would be better off playing their senior year here than at Amat. I guess we’ll find out soon enough.

  • AMATSUCKS

    BLUE AND DANIELS SUCK what does blue run a 5 flat and daniels a linebacker ha . Amat will b just trash this year. Im calling it 2-8.

  • ba baller

    @amat sucks.blue and daniels where running backs there freshman year.daniels plays linebacker but he is also a DB and running back . as for speed,dont know what there 40 time is ,but just watching them on the field i say there a good 4.5.

  • Football Education 4.5 is very fast!

    Ajee Montes

    5’10”, 175 lbs. | “”40: 4.89″” | Class of 2012
    HometownLa Puente, CASchoolBishop Amat High SchoolPositionCornerbackStatus Signed Southern Methodist 01/29/2012

    Is this 40 time correct? It was posted on EspnGo? People don’t understand how fast a 4.5 is. Please stop throwing around false times ?

  • Football Education 4.5 is very fast!

    Ajee Montes

    5’10”, 175 lbs. | “”40: 4.89″” | Class of 2012
    HometownLa Puente, CASchoolBishop Amat High SchoolPositionCornerbackStatus Signed Southern Methodist 01/29/2012

    Is this 40 time correct? It was posted on EspnGo? People don’t understand how fast a 4.5 is. Please stop throwing around false times ?

  • Football Education 4.5 is very fast!

    Ajee Montes

    5’10”, 175 lbs. | “”40: 4.89″” | Class of 2012
    HometownLa Puente, CASchoolBishop Amat High SchoolPositionCornerbackStatus Signed Southern Methodist 01/29/2012

    Is this 40 time correct? It was posted on EspnGo? People don’t understand how fast a 4.5 is. Please stop throwing around false times ?

  • Posted

    I believe AJ Alcantara was the fastest DB of all of them according to his 40 time posted at NUC combine but he battled with a knee injury all last year. I wonder if we will see him on offense next year?

  • AMAT 73

    CHHS ALUM,
    I take it those were the same dads who spoke on how AMAT got tricked into playing both CO and CH ( that’s a laugh ).With that statement and what you said about Msgnr and competition speaks volumes as to what you and they know , you are speaking of the man who put Verti in as HC .You go on to say they said they had sons who were going to start next season ( they may be penciled in at this time, but spring ball where positions are won and lost is a long way off ) and that they were not ready for either team . Who’s not ready , AMAT or their sons. Now you say they are likely to transfer to CH if CIF passes the ruling on transfers. What does that tell you about the type of character these young men have. And why would they be better off at CH , did they bother to explain that or did you even ask why ???????

  • Sierra League Fan

    Amat73,
    ” And why would they be better off at CH , did they bother to explain that or did you even ask why ???????”

    Here are some good reason’s why they might want to transfer:
    1) 815 API score….top 1% in the county
    2) Great Facilities…..Stadium, turf, awesome weight room, Great Team room
    3) Location …. Chino Hills vs. LaPuente
    4) Chino Hills is an up and coming program gaining respect, good success at getting player/athletes to the next level.

    To me, it’s a no brainer….send any good student/athletes our way….lol

  • AMAT 73

    sierra league fan,
    Thanks but the question was asked of CHHS Alum since he was the one having conversations or were you there also . And as far as your answers other than artificial turf no big differnce . And these are your reasons not their reasons aren’t they . I did ask for their reasons in my post .What’s with the up and coming line , according to all the bs during the past season CH was already there according to their bloggers. If you don’t believe me go back and read some of their posts. Why now are they up and coming ????? Now what is so bad about “playing” ball in La Puente as opposed to Chino Hills ??? Answer that one please.

  • Stir stick

    Why all the banter with sierra league fan or chhs guy? Amat owes niether one of them anything. sierra league is weeeeeaaak and ch is in the sierra league and they (ch) were embarrassed by a team that was later humiliated on TV a short time later by a team that also took a beat down after that???? Amat lost big to Servite and The Pac5/State Champions….anybody in the sierra league think they would have hung better? I sincerely doubt it PLUS we will never find out because you girls don’t usually play in those circles!!

  • Sierra League Fan

    Amat73,
    “up and coming” means they have had a full varsity program for less than 10 years. They do not have the long, storied history of Amat. I was not just talking about “playing ball” in LaPuente…..I was talking about the whole school experience. There is no way that you can tell me that Amat’s facilities, athletic and overall school, come even close to those of Chino Hills. Amat,s facilites…stadium included are very “dated” to be polite. I had the opportunity to send my son to Amat when he was in HS. The coaches and boosters were courting him heavily. He took one visit to Amat and decided it wasn’t for him. He stated the outdated facilities, and the need of major refurbishment as his decision. He is glad he made his choice and had an excellent experience at CH. I know of other families who have raved about their Amat experience too. To each his own. If the kids enjoy it, that’s all that matters.

  • Sierra League Fan

    Amat73,
    “up and coming” means they have had a full varsity program for less than 10 years. They do not have the long, storied history of Amat. I was not just talking about “playing ball” in LaPuente…..I was talking about the whole school experience. There is no way that you can tell me that Amat’s facilities, athletic and overall school, come even close to those of Chino Hills. Amat,s facilites…stadium included are very “dated” to be polite. I had the opportunity to send my son to Amat when he was in HS. The coaches and boosters were courting him heavily. He took one visit to Amat and decided it wasn’t for him. He stated the outdated facilities, and the need of major refurbishment as his decision. He is glad he made his choice and had an excellent experience at CH. I know of other families who have raved about their Amat experience too. To each his own. If the kids enjoy it, that’s all that matters.

  • OldMan in Chino

    To Amat 73:

    Playing in Chino Hills or La Puente is irrelevant; talent grows and flourished in a multitude of environments. South Central LA (Crenshaw) has turned out top notch athletes in football and basketball to name a few sports they excel in. The Barrios of La Puente and Valinda also turn great athletes. Focusing on the location of the school is missing the point; it is the coaching staff that breeds success. A successful program is the right mix of talent and coaching staff. I will not disagree that more affluent sections of the State may have the money to fund better facilities, but the best of facilities will only improve the available talent. Talent and coaching wins games.

  • Sierra League Fan

    Stir Stick,
    You say the Sierra league is weak….umm, ok….. That we don’t play in the same “circles” as Amat…ok. Let’s see. We beat Tesoro last year….the team that sent Amat packing from the playoff. We played Tesoro this year and it was 10-3 @ half until injuries lead to a 27-3 loss (we own a 4-1 record vs. them). They then went on to beat Servite..you remember, the team that Mercied you guys? We then played REV, the team that beat Mission Viejo (true, we got our butts kicked – but did beat them last year we are 1-1 with them) We Played Rancho Cucamonga, the 26th ranked team in the state, and lost a heartbreaker in the last second. true, we got beat by a beater Charter Oak team…they did lose to #9 ranked Upland horribly. How can you say that CH doesn’t play tough teams. This last year was a rebuilding year, and we did well considering we had no starters returning on Defense. All of the teams we played preseason made the playoff and all were D.1 or D.2 except 1. It will be good for CH and Amat to finally play next year. CH has nothing to lose, since we aren’t expected to beat a team like Amat….right?

  • just sayin’

    Sierra League Fan – how about a more DIRECT comparison. Let’s go to the single common opponent from THIS year. Chino Hills needed a last second fluke touchdown on a 3rd & cow-pasture Hail Mary to come back on Damien while Bishop Amat held Damien to a single touchdown that followed just as flukey a fake punt. Damien score a lucky 7 vs Amat but dropped 27 on Chino Hills in a hurry. Like the La Mirada coach said about La Habra qnd St Paul (and I’m sure West Covina if asked) “not even close”

  • AMAT 73

    sierra fan,
    As far as the facilities although I have never been to CHHS but plan to take care of that this season I am sure the campus is state of the art as most publicly funded newer schools are these days.Easy to build nice schools when using tax payers money , no knock just the truth. Our student center/ gym is up to snuff and our weight room , team room and so forth are very nice . AMAT is a private school and must rely on donations , fundraising , and as tuition covers salaries of teachers and administrators not much of that gets put back in the school. Glad to hear your son enjoyed his choice of CHHS and as you state to each his own and I am sure those who chose either one get a great experience and a solid education which is what truly matters. See you in August and believe me you do have a lot to lose if you don’t take the W that night. Don’t kid yourself and I really can’t see someone as vocal about the Sierra as you are taking the loss, if it turns out that way, as we were suppose to lose and weren’t expected to win . I think that is the difference between an AMAT fan and others . That type of thinking just doesn’t enter our mind otherwise why schedule a team if only to go out and lose and that being ok . Good luck to you this coming season .

  • Stir Stick

    All of a sudden, after the season, last year was a rebuilding year? It wasn’t a rebuilding year when the year started. Now it was a rebuilding year, ahhh, ok. You played three games against Three decent opponents, all of whom beat you by the way, and you want to say you run in the same circles? And by the way, “The Wins” you are somehow attaching yourself to….were posted by other teams beating other teams, NOT chino hills. I don’t care who you lost to by how much. The result was a LOSS. Sure it’s great that the two teams get to play but as usual…Amat has everything to lose and nothing to win (other than fishbowl bragging rights-whoo hoo) by playing chino hills. You guys will use it as a selling point, we get to be told how we didn’t win in convincing enough fashion to be considered legit. Truth is nobody outside of the SGV Fishbowl cares if Amat beats chino hills, charter oak, damien, etc, etc…sad but true.

  • Sierra League Fan

    Stir Stick,
    I always claimed last year was a rebuilding year….How could it not be. Chino Hills had No returning starters on Defense (only 2 part time players), They had no returning receivers or running backs. They only returned their QB and 4 linemen. I would call that rebuilding.
    Yes, all of our losses were to quality opponents. All teams in the top 50 in California. You act like Amat was so much better and had a tougher schedule, when basically you did the same thing….. lost to quality opponents and you supposedly had a veteran team.

  • Stir Stick

    Sierra

    “Keep telling yourself Amat played a tough schedule. Anyone who knows anything about SoCal foot knows the city section is WEAK! The D.1 City Champ Narbonne was ranked 23rd! in the state and the city only had 1 other team, San Pedro @ #49 in the top 50! …… and you want to talk about how tough city teams are…um, ok.

    The fact is Amat beat only 1 team that was ranked higher than CH (#108)last year and none higher than CO (#39). The average CA Ranking of the opponents they beat was 200….Including city “powers” Cathedral #384, Garfield #308 and Venice #130…all well below both CO and CH. They were all beaten by a Carson team that finished with 6 losses…and you want to use that as an argument????

    You were the one who popped off about Amat’s schedule and City teams being weak….I was pointing out that the sierra is weak and saying the teams you brag about winning are other teams not CH. Amat plays City teams and since you don’t I don’t know how you can form an opinion of those teams unless you’ve matched up. Garfield, Compton Dominguez Hills and Venice are by no means slouches. Don’t let the names fool ya! CH would definately get better playing an Amatesque schedule but no way they clean up. And don’t even get me started on the fantasy that CH playes in a league as tough as Amat’s. I’m not really wanting to bash on CH but if I have to act like one of the “arrogant” Amat Fans, I guess I will. You seem to know your football ad maybe I’m reading more (hate) into your posts than there is, if so, apologies. Look forward to the game next year. Have a good spring and summer and we’ll see you guys (Huskies) on the gridiron next season.

  • Sierra League Fan

    I have no “hate” towards Amat. They have a long history of being one of the best teams in the SG Valley. I think CH deserves respect as one of the better, up and coming, programs in the area. I think that people have wanted to see the CH / Amat game for awhile now. I know both schools have tried to schedule it in the past but conflicts kept it from happening. Like they say, talk is cheap…gotta play the game. I agree that it is a no win situation for Amat. They are the old guard, established program from the pac 5 while CH is newer and from a lower division. I feel both schools have a ways to go before they are ready to win their division. I think CH had a good shot against Centennial last year…if they could have pulled off that upset in the Semis, they would have won it. This year the Inland was loaded and One of the SGV’s top teams CO got mauled by the 3rd best team (upland).

  • Stir Stick

    Who else does CH play this upcoming season? I will point out that C.O. was not tested that much this year and their “mauling” by Upland proved it. C.O. needs to get on the scheduling as much as anybody. CH has a large talent pool to draw from and with the proper scheduling they will be ready for Inland playoff’s BUT the key is scheduling. I also think there is a fine line between tough schedule and not banging up your team so much that they are not ready for league or a run through the playoff’s. Look at Servite and their schedule last year…I mean sure it’s studly and alll to play that kind of schedule, but again, how long can you maintain that level of performance and also avoid injuries during that grind. IMHO Hag’s does a good job of walking that line, despite what other may think. So who else is on the CH preseason schedule?

  • Sierra League Fan

    Chino Hills plays, Amat, Tesoro, West Co, REV (still in the works I believe) and not sure about the last game. I agree about not getting banged up. We played a tough pre season with games against 4 physical teams….we were young and got banged up. We played the CO game without our starting Tb & OLB….and against Rancho we had to take a slot reciver and make him our TB and ran an empty set most of the game…Bub did a good job of adjusting the offense. I agree, CO is used to scheduling soft teams in preseason but that doen’t help them. To their defense, I watched Upland play twice and they were very good….and Vista Murrieta was the best team in the state in my opinion…they got hosed by CIF.

  • Injuries?

    Let’s not use injuries as excuses. While it has been mentioned, you really don’t hear Amat talking about playing without key players in their losses and how things may have been different vs Loyola and Notre Dame if they didn’t play wothout their starting QB and FS. Or if one or both of those games go another way, the forst round matchup is not against Santa Margarita and then who knows. Much can turn on injuries – but no one cuts Amat that slack so don’t expect Chino Hills, West Covina, or Monrovia to get any grace regarding results when they had injuries.

  • Life Cycle

    I’m not sure Chino Hills is “up and coming”. Not completely up on the history, but it seems like new area schools go thru a cycle. Both Ayala and Diamond Ranch went thru a cycle wherer they had good years before their 10th year and then started to decline. It seems like they are flavor of the month, attract players, then the novelty wears off and they become – well – Ayala and Diamond Ranch. Tell us why this is different.

  • OldMan in Chino

    To Stir Stick: Chino Hills High School Football Schedule

    2012 Schedule
    August 24- Arlington-Inland Valley League D-V
    August 31- Bishop Amat- Serra League D-I
    September 7 Tesoro-South Coast League D-I
    September 14 – @ West Covina-Southeast League D-VII
    September 21@ Great Oak-Southwestern League-D II
    September 28- Bye
    October 5 @ Charter Oak
    October 12 @ Ayala
    October 19 @ Claremont
    October 26- Damien
    November 2- South Hills

  • No Es Campen Desce 1995

    OldLindLoveLace73,

    HAHAHA…Getting your a$$ handed to you again…?

    This is some funny stuff: Good reason’s why Amat might want to transfer to Chino:
    1) Stadium, Turf, Awesome Weight Room! LOL, you have bleachers, grass and pot holes, and Weider weights from the ’70s!!! LOL
    2) The Strip Joints on Valley Blvd.
    3) Location …. La Puente! Nuff said…
    4) Chino Hills can compete not just participate!
    5) Get recruited by Real college football programs not just Mt Sac.

    To me, Sierra League Fan is right, it’s a no brainer…!

  • CHHS ALUM

    AMAT73,

    Don’t get mad at me. I’m reporting to you guys what these 2 dads from Amat have been saying to me. The monsignor is tired of playing step-down games and demanded that Coach Hagerty schedule us and CO or your coach was going to get fired. Maybe you should call your school and verify this “story.” Why don’t you guys have Fred verify it? He does everything you tell him to do! I don’t think you’ll like what they’ll tell you (THAT’s a laugh!). Who’s Verti? Is that the monsignor? Secondly I said that the 2 boys are starters as in 2011 and again in 2012. I’ve never seem them play, but the dads tell me they are the best you guys have on the offensive line. You would know better, I’m sure. The dads said your football program is not ready for the schedule you guys got suckered into for 2012. Don’t get your panties all up in your crotch. The comment on the transfer was made by the dads because they see that as an opportunity for the boys to play at CHHS in 2012. They’re not going to come here if CIF is not going to let them play. In other words the only reason they’re staying at Amat is because they’re going to be seniors and have no choice for now. But if the rule changes….well then! By the way this has got nothing to do with the character of these boys. They’re good kids. Its the dads and many other parents that are pissed off with the way Coach Hagerty got the wool pulled over his eyes by CH and CO. As to why they would be better off at CHHS, well lets just say they want to be recruited by a college team and they don’t expect you guys (Amat) to be very competitive in 2012.

  • Stop me if you’ve heard this one before

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  • Sierra League Fan

    Life Cycle,
    What makes Chino Hills HS different that Ayala is the socio-economic variety of the neighborhoods their kids come from. What happened at Ayala (besides poor choices by administrators in coaching hires) is that there was an influx of asian and other foreign students (non football kids). They moved east from Hacienda Heights & Diamond bar. Chino Hills does have a decent sized Asian population, however they also draw from the Los Serranos & Butterfield Ranch areas ….as well as the “older” neighborhoods by Townsend Jr. High School. This leads to keeping a pipeline of students who play football coming to the school. Also, take into account that they have a young, energetic head coach who is well respected and is dedicated to building a solid program. In the 9 years CH has had a Varsity program, they have been to the playoffs 8 years…..to the Semi finals twice and the quarter finals 3 times. They have also won 5 league championships. For these reasons, I would say they are an “up and coming” program and not a flash in the pan.

  • OldMan in Chino

    To Life Cycle:

    Allow me to add to what Sierra League Fan said. CHHS also draws from a section of Chino known as The Preserve which is a housing development that is built on reclaimed dairy land. So as long as young families buy homes there; there will be a pipeline of talent going to CHHS. The talent base for the Chino Hills high schools (Ayala and Chino Hills) has been spread between the two schools and with open enrollment, potential athletes can attend the school of their choices as long as there is room for them and they do not displace a student who is in that schools boundary of attendance. When Mel Sims was Head Girls Basketball Coach at Ayala, his teams benefitted from the open enrollment option. Also remember that Ayala remains a power to be reckoned with in other sports besides football. Currently their Boys basketball team is on the rise and they are usually in the play-off for baseball, softball, cross-country, track and field, swimming and water polo to name a few sports that they do well in.

  • AMAT 73

    CHHS ALUM,
    I can see where you took it wrong on my character point. I did not not mean the players I meant the Dads who we were dicussing and I figured were young men due to having sons at AMAT as my son does , and yes my Grandson does play football , so hence the young men line. I realize by your post it is the Dads who are transferring them out, which is why I wrote did you ask them why , for the purpose of possibly a better chance at getting a scholarship but really is there a guarranty they will start at CHHS. Think about it , if they are starters and have any talent they should be knocking down or at least stalling out the player in front of them regardless of the caliber of the rest of the team . Are they moving them to CHHS in the aspect there will not be as big of players in front of them in the Sierra league or playoffs .And regardless of where AMAT finishes if they are pushing around players from our league they will be noticed by scouts and since AMAT has made the playoffs every one of Hags years and again this coming season they should do the same against the competion in those playoffs .Do they think that their kids will just walk on to CHHS and command a starting spot ??? Also not mad at all just trying to look at this in a realistic manner . It seems when outsiders hear of this or speak to a digruntled parent they take off with it as another chapter of the downfall of AMAT . Well let me say as you said ” you should know ” we had some very good OL kids on jv’s late season , good size and speed , who just might take one of those for sure positions they spoke of.
    Verti was Mnsgr’s choice of coaches before the Alums, who Joe AMAT was probably the most vocal, and others called for a change as we were going nowhere with him and getting there fast. Now why would they ( parents and dads ) be pissed because we schedule up ? It has long been said Garfield , Venice , Cathedral were cupcakes , now they feel Hags got snookered because he put CO and CH on the schedule ? Aren’t they supposed to be better then the those teams ? Don’t you feel CHHS has an equally tough schedule ? Are their sons ready or not , because if they wind up at CHHS they will still face tough talent don’t you think ? Will it be any easier at CHHS them at AMAT for them ? By their thoughts they seem to think their sons can walk on to CHHS and be better than anyone already in place and automatically start. Let me know your thoughts if you care to , and by the way , not mad at all just looking at this in a different manner , somewhat of an inside looking out instead of outside looking in as you are and going by some disguntled dads point of view .Another factor of the CO and CHHS games, local teams means bigger gates which in the end run is equal to $$$$ and if you know Msngr that makes him very happy and also good for AMAT because what else would bring you to a game at AMAT .

  • Sierra League Fan

    Amat73,
    I think of any talk of kids transferring from Amat to CHHS is just that…talk. It cracks me up to hear some dads talk about their kids transferring. Many dads these days live through their kids because they aren’t happy where their football career ended up…or never had one. Just let the damn kids play where they want with their friends. like you stated, if you are a quality athlete, you will get noticed wherever you play. I am so tried of these dads shopping/prostituting their kids out.

  • AMAT 73

    CHHS ALUM,
    Well I guess my post made some sense to you. Especially on these two ” nation type” of dads who kind of have as I see it the arrogant attitude many try to hang on all of us in general . What makes them feel their kids would just show up and start at CHHS. Kind of ridicules to pull your kid from a ” starting position ” to something questionable whether you start, to any level headed thinking parent, unless you feel the talent level at that school is below your kid . It is a shame what these overzealous/underachieving parents are putting their kids thru,and also the coaches . On that point we both see eye to eye , just let the kids play and enjoy the fact that they can compete .

  • AMAT 73

    Quasimoto,
    Easy for the king of fools / village idiot to agree with a ” no brainer ” decision . As if you have a chance at deciding on something that requires even the slightest thought process in that pea brain of yours. As I told you and you agreed you are simply a fool and a very simple minded one at that .

  • Football Follower

    Yes West Covina is dodging AMAT. they know if they loose as they have in the past they will loose players

  • CharterOakPlayer

    Im tired of seeing all you Parents/Alumni talk about CO like we are the worst team amat is playing this year. All of you are judging us by the way we played against upland. No one cares about that anymore.. The past is the past. Yeah we will lose Travis,JT,Gilchrist, and Two of our OL men. But we still have about 30
    Returners. Enough said. We are probably working the hardest right now. In the Weight Room, Field Work, Pro agility and getting MUCH better. We WILL fight hard and show heart but show NO MERCY against EVERY ONE on our Schedule. Oh and all you CH fans dissin’ my school we SMACKED you guys 35-7 on YOUR own Turf! Now dont talk… Please. Until you guys beat us. Now quit talking over the internet and tell Your “Teams’” actions do ALL of the talking.And may everyone stay blessed on the field this year including me. STAY HUMBLE!

  • CharterOakPlayer

    Im tired of seeing all you Parents/Alumni talk about CO like we are the worst team amat is playing this year. All of you are judging us by the way we played against upland. No one cares about that anymore.. The past is the past. Yeah we will lose Travis,JT,Gilchrist, and Two of our OL men. But we still have about 30 Varsity Returners. Enough said. Now we are probably working the hardest right now. We WILL fight hard and show heart but show NO MERCY against EVERY ONE on our Schedule. Oh and all you CH fans dissin’ my school we THROTTLED you guys 35-7 on YOUR Field! Now dont talk… Please, Until you guys beat us. Now quit talking over the internet and let Your “Teams” actions do ALL of the talking.And may everyone stay blessed on the field this year including me. STAY HUMBLE!

  • austin

    in my opinion charter oak is a bunch of lil bitches for not playing amat in 2011 they wouldve got smashed on!!!