Rosemead coach Marc Paramo describes El Monte’s “broken play” offense

Rosemead is not sure how to stop El Monte and quarterback Brandon Martinez. The senior is second in the Southern Section in passing with 2,265 yards and 22 touchdowns, and is chasing the East San Gabriel Valley all-time record held by Los Altos’ Mike Smith, who threw for 3,437 yards in 1982. Rosemead hosts El Monte on Friday, and here is how coach Marc Paramo describes the Lions’ offense.

“I’ll be honest, and I’m not sure this is kosher to say, but their best play is the broken play. You can’t really prepare for the broken play. It was the same thing last year; he threw jump balls and to his receivers’ credit, they went up and got the ball.” — Marc Paramo

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  • SEMHS FAN 3481

    Truthfully, after South El Monte lost to Rosemead last week, I went to the 7-11 off of Peck Road, and for some reason a coach from Arroyo was there, so curiosity got the best of me. I asked him if they beat El Monte, and he looked at me and said straight out, “No, we got our collective a**es handed to us tonight”

    El Monte is now the team to beat in MVL, Arroyo has been knocked off their pedestal for the time being, and it still is interesting to see what the rest of the league can do during league play.