At the end of it all, Bishop Amat is still the best-of-the-best in the final Tribune Football Ranking

Final Top Ten Football Poll
1. Bishop Amat (7-3-1) — After you take a step back and realize the Lancers lost to the eventual Pac-5 Division champion (Long Beach Poly) for a second year in a row and how easily they defeated Charter Oak, beat Servite, La Mirada, Crespi and Loyola, there’s really no argument over the No. 1 choice at the end of the season. It’s Amat.

2. Charter Oak (10-2) – At the end of the day, Charter Oak over-achieved this season. Few predicted they would go undefeated in the Sierra for a second year in a row and would be as dominant as they were defensively. There’s a huge gap between Amat, Charter Oak and the rest, and that’s a credit to both coaching staffs.

3. Chino Hills (7-3-1) — The Huskies should have done more with quarterback Matt Simko, but then again the Inland Division is just tough. Although it lost to Charter Oak, Redlands and tied Bishop Amat, it was another good season for Coach Bub and the boys.

4. San Dimas (11-2) - This isn’t a pound-for-pound choice because San Dimas plays in the Valle Vista and Mid-Valley Division, this is where they should be ranked. They were clearly the fourth-best team in the area and would have beaten every team ranked beneath them. They gave Paraclete a run for their money on the road, it just didn’t happen.

5. West Covina (7-6) – The Bulldogs turned what looked like a disastrous season into a semifinal appearance in hopes of winning its third Southeast title. They were never healthy the entire year, but when the season was on the line they did what they had to do to make the playoffs, then nearly ran the table, racing to a 14-0 lead against La Serna in the semifinals before it all caught up with them.

6. South Hills (6-5) - For the Huskies to have a winning record considering all the firepower it lost from last year’s 3-7 team and with new coach Albert Rodriguez is a credit to their toughness. Think of it, they beat three-time Mid-Valley champion Monrovia, beat Ayala and actually gave Vista Murrieta a brief scare in the first round of the Inland Playoffs. Not bad.

7. Gladstone (10-2) — What impressed me about the Gladiators is that after losing their first game of the season to rival Azusa, they came back and played inspired football. They got their first playoff win since the 70s in a blowout win over Mary Star of the Sea and nearly knocked off power North Torrance in the second round. In coach Albert Sanchez’s final season, he couldn’t of asked for much more.

8. Ayala (6-4) – They probably should of earned an at-large berth in the Inland Division, but the again, they should have done a better job of controlling their own destiny. Ayala also had a win over three-time Mid-Valley champ Monrovia, so no doubt they deserve a top ten ranking.

9. Rowland (7-4) – Four teams finished in a tie for first in the Hacienda, but by the end of the season, only West Covina and Rowland deserve to be ranked. Although Rowland lost its final two games to West Covina and Downey, they competed with both, losing to Downey, the eventual Southeast champions, 55-21.

10. Northview (7-4) – South El Monte, Diamond Ranch, El Monte and La Puente were the other choices for the ten spot, but I’m going with Northview. They beat South El Monte head-to-head and gave Sierra Canyon a run for their money before bowing out in the playoffs.

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  • Not So Fast My Friend

    Yes, Chino Hills should have done better. But the problem with them wasn’t on the offensive side of the ball. That was obvious in the games they lost, how they lost and too whom they lost. Perhaps they should bring in a defensive coordinator. Lots of college coaches are out of work.

    Best non playoff game of the year Fred was Amat vs Chino Hills.

    • TheRealAyalaBulldogFan

      Ayala was a BIG disappointment in a lot of respects. I thought they just might be able to squeak into the 2nd or 3rd spot because CH was not really that good this year. Take Jack off that team and they are in the basement with Ayala and South Hills.

      • Not So Fast My Friend

        Having seen CH play a few games this season I have to disagree. Like the title of the book, “A Tale of Two Cities” in a sense, that was Chino Hills football team. Here’s why.

        Offensively they had a lot of firepower and an excellent QB in Matt Simko (who’s clearly top end D1 material). Their RBs were strong and their WO’s were more dangerous than any WR core I’ve seen. I’d rate them higher than my own Huskies WR group (more on that in a minute). Their OLine I thought could have played better, been tougher, but they got what they got out of that group. In my opinion they got more out of them than they expected to.

        Defensively, that was a mess. I’m sorry, it was. They ran a 3-5 and had, (in my opinion) LBs that didn’t move well in space and their DBs lacked basic defensive back fundamentals. That’s a coaching problem as I’ve said before.

        The games I did see, I thought Simko or the offensive pass game focused on Jack Austin too much. He’s a playmaker like you said, but CH had playmakers in their other WO’s. In the Charter Oak game for example, as much as Simko was getting pressured, he forced passes into Austin he shouldn’t have. I had to look the players numbers up on Max Preps (I remember the numbers) No. 12 Lara and No. 24 Walker were open several times during that game but Simko only looked toward Austin. Was that coaching direction or was that Simko locking in on one guy? Who knows? I didn’t mention No. 5 Eldridge because he’s a DB. Playing him as a slot or WO isn’t his position. I can see why they played him there, but that’s not his money position.

        Having said all of that, I don’t believe if you took Austin out of the mix they would be a basement level team. They had other WRs who were more than capable of making plays. However, take Simko out of the mix and they become a basement level team. That’s how valuable he was to their offense. No Simko and I doubt CH would have won three games.

  • Lance R

    The ranking is justified Fred. Amat is the best team in the SGV but it goes to show just how less talented our SGV is at a talent level as compared to other areas such as The Inland Empire, Orange County, San Fernando Valley and even vs. some teams of the L.A. City. No question we can hold our own against some of them but when the playoffs come the real truth comes out as to how good this Valley really is. Congrats to Monrovia getting into the Bowl tournament, this is the Team Aram had as his No.1 going into week one. I do not understand why they are not on this list???

    • 12th man

      This is the Tribune rankings..Monrovia is under the Pasadena Star News..Unless you do an all encompassing rankings like Aram did..

      • http://twitter.com/SGVNSports Fred J. Robledo

        Yes, they’re a Pasadena Star-News team, however, if I included, I would probably rank Monrovia fourth behind Amat, Charter Oak and Chino Hills. If you want to call Monrovia the best pound-for-pound, you can make that argument, but it was clear this year that had Monrovia been in the Sierra League, the Cats would have finished no better than fifth and missed the playoffs. That’s just reality. They lost to Monrovia and Ayala, and would not have beaten Charter Oak or Chino Hills. That’s the difference between the Inland/Mid-Valley and Sierra/Rio Hondo.

        • Football_Club

          You know prep football. You’ve been around long enough to know the difference between divisions. These other fans just watch there team and don’t know anything outside of there cupcake football. Watching Mid-Valley football is like slow motion to me, lol.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            Well if you take the Amat-CO Game(two teams that don’t belong in their Div) and add up the the Scholarships offers, and take the Monrovia-Madison Game and add the scholarships…Which would be more? Now If you take a true D1 or D2 match up, you would see a list that Far surpasses any game Monrovia would be in. Am I lying? The gap is not as far as you think when you are talking about SGV Football.

            Amat-CO Game
            Blue Big East/Mt West
            Andrews Pac 12
            Bobo Pac 12

            Monrovia-Madison game
            Frazier Pac 12
            Bryant-Mac/Ivy
            Walsh-Big 10
            Craft-Mt West
            Cromier (Madision)Pac 12
            Lee Walker- (Pac 12)

          • TheRealAyalaBulldogFan

            All that D1 and STILL managed to loose to the bottom of the Sierra League. That says ALOT!

    • Football_Club

      It is not only the talent that separates Amat from the rest of the SGV. I have to admit Amat doesn’t have much talent. They coachable kids and over achievers. It’s the coaching in my opinion. I’ve been around other local teams that have won championships in there divisions and let me tell you Amat’s strength, speed, conditioning, mental preparation, scouting reports and game plan are way more advanced then any of the area coaching staffs. I think CO has a good staff and the rest are just mediocre to below avg.

      • WCDan

        Football Club, Think again, It’s the talent that separates Amat from the rest of the SGV, not to say Amat doesn’t have good coaching but Amat gets a lot more football ready kids in their program. The majority may not be D1 talent but they are experienced from the JAA and pop warner levels. If a typical school in the SGV gets 80 kids out for their freshman football program, maybe 30 or 40 of them may have played before, the rest probably have never put a pair of pads on. When you take Amat, if they get a 100 kids out, almost all of them have grown up through the JAA or pop warner systems. Coachable kids due to their experience, That alone gives Amat a tremendous head start. There is also the fact that due to the advantage Amat had from the 60′s all the way to 2006 of being able to get kids from anywhere, kids came from everywhere to to play football at Amat. The other sgv schools had to take what kids they had in their district.
        When the demographics were better suited for football in the SGV, [60's 70's 80's] you had other teams here that were at the level of Amat. [Los Altos, West Covina, South Hills] Once the demographics changed these schools did not get as many of the same caliber of players, but yet Amat still did because they were alowed to get kids from everywhere.
        So your critique on the local coaching scene is without much thought. .

  • Sgv

    Aaron Sanchez league MVP defense….Kevin amesquita league MVP offense hopefully these boys get a bid on the all valley team because without them there is no Cinderella season for gstone..

    • AZTEC PRIDE

      Cinderella season would have been going undefeated the entire season..

      • Sgv

        From where they were last year to.now?? Call it whatever u would like but it was a great season we just named 4 all cif players from gstone

  • tommy gun

    If this is a who would beat who poll, then:
    1. Amat – They beat CO on the field
    2. CO – They destroyed CH and the rest of the Sierra
    3. CH – They humiliated Westco and tied Amat
    4. Westco – Beat SH and made the semi’s in the Southeast
    5. SH – 3rd in the Sierra trumps 1st in the VV
    6. Ayala – 4th in the Sierra trumps 1st in the VV
    7. Glendora – No way in hell do the rest of the teams below sport a better record with the same schedule as Glendora
    8. San Dimas – Beat Bonita on the field (thank you god for that fumble)
    9. Bonita – Handled Rowland with ease
    10. Rowland – Beat Dranch, no way any of the rest could equal or do better

    Fred, you and I both know that, if talking “who would beat who”, my top ten would embarrass your top ten on the field (in areas where we vary).

    • FredJ

      Not so sure about San Dimas, they got better each week, I’m comfortable with the Saints at the 4 spot. You can’t just say a third or fourth place Sierra team trumps No. 1 in the VVL. Look, San Dimas beat Bonita, Bonita slammed West Covina. San Dimas is capable of beating anyone after the top three and with their overall record, they deserve to be where I have them.

      • tommy gun

        If someone were to put a gun to your head and tell you to pick the winner correctly or he was going to pull the trigger, I would bet a months pay that you would take Westco, SH, Ayala, and Glendora over San Dimas without blinking an eye. It’s easy to get better as the season goes along when your league is soft and the Midvalley is the division in which your playoffs take place. What was San Dimas step up game this year? Bonita? A rival game? When does San Dimas ever schedule anyone worth a crap outside of their division in an upwardly direction? You need to stop rewarding teams that refuse to challenge themselves against good or average teams in higher divisions all for the sake of padding their record.

        • FredJ

          I don’t answer any questions that begin with if someone were to put a gun to my head. That’s ridiculous.

          • tommy gun

            How about a sling shot to your nuts?

          • AZTEC PRIDE

            tommy gun that was some funny shit!hahaha…

          • AMAT 73

            HEY AZTECRUSADER PRIDE,
            How about that win Sunday. They keep that kind of play up and maybe a wildcard , hahahah But you never know , remember they made it to the bowl going 9-7 so anything can happen. How did the Crusaders make out this season ?

          • AZTEC PRIDE

            Alright 73, yes what a great win on Sunday, and my voice is really raspy from all that HOLLERING!! Bradford??? I don’t want to start disliking the him but the guy can not put the ball in the red zone and thank goodness for Greg the LEG!!!Hahahah… Good to hear from you AMAT 73, and it’s another Football season for the books! Unfortunately my blogging days here at work are over with this new DISQUS format, being our computer system isn’t compatible with Disqus software and have to wait until I get home, which my WIFE hates FRED ROBELEDO! Hahahahaha… SORRY FRED! The Crusader season was great but they needed to win their last game and got blown out and didn’t make the playoffs. They ended up 7-4. My son Red shirted this season, and next year it’s on for him and should play, so I’m definitely need to save a lot $$$ to go out and watch him! What’s good about the next coming season, the coach will offer him another full ride and that saves me a lot of $$$,lol… Alright the RAM season continues, so let’s hope for the BEST! ~ALWAYS A RAMS FAN~ Talk to you later AMAT 73!

          • TheRealAyalaBulldogFan

            Ouchie!

          • Jefe

            LOL!!!! Best laugh I’ve had all week. Thanks tommy.

          • Colt74

            I spit out my cofee reading that. THANKS FOR THE GUT LAUGH!

          • jcaz

            OUCH !!

  • Here we go again! Enough

    Fred, your such a clown. You sing the same tune all the time, use your position at the Trib to portray your biased opinions and think your comments will stir up the blog and sell advertising. Amat is weak, and the whole SGV is weak. So weak, you have to include CH in the mix just to have something to add to the valley. Last time I looked CH wasnt in the san gab valley. When is the trib going to wise-up, can you and get some fresh non-opinionated views into the prep sports section? Sooner or later they will figure that you only cater to a small group of Amat faithful and that doesnt carry a newspaper.

    • FredJ

      It’s a top ten poll, not an Amat poll. This is funny, so I use my position at the Trib to portray my biased opinions? Really? If you want to say Amat’s weak and the SGV’s weak, that’s fine, Amat is still the best of the weaklings then. What do you want me to do, make someone else No. 1 that isn’t deserving. Wear my shoes for a second, give me your own Tribune top Ten, bet it would look very similar to mine.

      • Jefe

        Fred, how do you respond to his comments re: CH though? I’ve often wondered the same thing. It would be like the OCR including St. John Bosco in their rankings (they don’t – even though Bosco is in a OC-based league).

      • jcaz

        That guy’s a loon.

  • Colt74

    “…gave Vista Murrieta a brief scare in the first round of the Inland Playoffs”

    ?????????? It was 13-0 VM at the end of the first, and 20-6 at half. The ONLY scare that SH gave VM was that they would run out of nachos at the snack bar.

    • FredJ

      I thought Vista would be up 28 or 35-0 at half.

      • Colt74

        Got a point there.

  • reality

    Like the old KFWB mantra “all news all the time” just substitute Amat for news.Totally no need for a rankings at this point. It means nothing. Unexpected success stories should be the order of the day. Gladstone, Rowland, So.El Monte, Northview all would be good stories but no we get more Amat. Can hardly wait to see whats next. Yawn!!

    • FredJ

      Earth to reality, this is not a STORY it’s a top ten end of the season ranking. You people are funny, you’re so obsessed with anything that I write that’s Amat related, even when it’s just a poll.

      • Football_Club

        Fred~ reality just got off the mother ship with some other clueless cats. Lol

    • Football_Club

      You get more Amat because they’re the only Pac 5 program in the San Gabriel Valley or Inland Empire. You get them because they have athletes getting full ride scholarships to universities and a team of over achievers. You also got a team that was exciting and putting up points against top ranked teams and big programs.

  • GP AKA Green Machine

    I’ll just clean up this Monrovia thing before it starts….Monrovia is playing in D3 state Regional Saturday. At this point Rankings aren’t
    import to us. I’d Rank Monrovia #1 at this point in the season. Why because no one else is playing. To Say that
    Amat/Charter Oak is a shoe in any lower division, is just wrong. Why because, they are over matched in their divisions, with only early preseason Victories and early exits in their elite divisions. Amat and CO are ahead of teams during the pre-season as far as game plan, execution, and depth. Due to their Huge coaching staffs; both being ran like private schools getting transfers every single year. Once teams get it together by week 11, 12, it would be close games and some upsets would occur. Not to mention, you can’t show me a Charter Oak Title without a Muir or Monrovia Transfer on the roster. To say they would beat or dog walk M town at this point in the season is an overstatement. I say Move down D4 or D7 where you belong and prove it. Go to state in one of those divisions and win it. My guess is Amat wouldn’t beat Serra in a Western Title game, nor state regional. Who would have thought Downey would beat La Serna…Me that’s who…because unlike Freddy, I believe teams get better. Fred was wrong about the Amat/Poly-Blow out game, Wrong about Rancho/CO Game-Blowout, wrong about the Downey /La Serna Game-Huge upset, and Wrong about the Monrovia/Paraclete Game-Convincing win for Monrovia. If you go back and check…I posted as I always do, and told Fred to change his mind on those picks. He just won’t admit that teams get better and/or worse as the season moves along. Now you can make BA and Charter Oak your top teams, that’s fine. But that still does not help them in the long run. Especially when they now know they can’t win at all. You would have to combine Bishop Amat and Charter Oak to win a Inland or Pac 5 title. Even then, it might not happen. That’s how far Any SGV school is away from winning it, except for Chino Hills…which is a IE School Any Way. They have the depth and talent base over the long run to compete on that level. How long will it be before SGV Parents realize this and send their kids to a their local school. I don’t know about how everyone else feels but it’s great to be a Wild Cat especially this week. I like Fred but man it’s the same every year.

    • PAC 5

      Amat probably wouldn’t beat Serra this year or chaminade . But Serra and chaminade are not good every year . Serra lost in the first round last year to culver city . In 2009 , 2010 and 2011 amat would of definitely beAt Serra .

      • tommy gun

        Not good every year??? Chaminade beat ND each of the last 2 years (you know, that team that beat Amat each of the last 2 years) Serra beat ND 2 of the last 3 years and has won the D4 Championship 3 of the last 4 years, not to mention 2 State titles and a Runner Up State Championship. You do know that those 09 and 10 Serra teams featured the likes of Farmer (USC) Lee (USC) Woods (USC) Richardson (UCLA/Colorado) a middle linebacker for USC (forgot his name) and a few other top D1 BCS recruits – At Serra all at the same time.

        • PAC 5

          Actually , your correct . I forgot about the 2010 season . I had my years incorrect . I was thinking it was 2008 and 2009 the years with all those studs . 2011 notre did blow out Serra though . 2009 is the year they where great .

        • jcaz

          Not good every year is correct, because the last two times Amat’s has played Chaminade, Amats beaten them. It’s been a while sense they’ve played, but the facts speak for themselves. Sorry….

      • Football_Club

        I believe Amat is not strong enough to compete in the Pac5 anymore and should get dropped to the Inland or Central Division and make a few Cif appearances maybe even win a title or two. That way the area has faith in them again and start sending there kids there. Maybe one day when they’re back on top move back into the Pac5. They shouldn’t hold on to there past. It’s time to make a move. People want to be winners and champions. Not like anybody really cares these days since the divisions aren’t labeled by numbers, the Pac5 & we all know that’s D1 ball.

    • tommy gun

      By your rationality shouldn’t Rio Hondo Prep be #1 due to the fact that they too are playing in a Regional Game and only lost 1 game this year to a team that they then beat in the Divisional Championship?

    • tommy gun

      Also, you can’t show me a Monrovia Title without Duarte transplant on the roster

      • jkowyd

        now see, if your talking about the duarte hawks…umm your pretty much right, but anything else…and your just making a foolish statement

      • GP AKA Green Machine

        How many kids from CO are from, or went to a Covina Middle School? How Many players from BA, spend more than school and practice in LA Puente? I am talking about having sustainable talent to win a first or 2nd round game consistently in your division over any 5 year period Kory Minor, Daylon, McCutcheon and Ralph Brown were once and life time group. 3 all Americans.

        • http://twitter.com/JoeAmat Joe Amat

          I think a better question with private schools than “what city they live in” is “how many came from private schools”? Once a family commits to a private education there’s a pretty good chance they will continue with one on high school somewhere. That being the case the % is pretty high. Without checking…probably higher than the % of CO kids that went to Royal Oak Middle School ( isn’t that the only middle school in COs district)

    • Football_Club

      Let me clean this up for you clueless Monrovia fans. These rankings are about right. You will get a real wake up call this Saturday at the Home Depot Center when you finally play a real team and I hope they spank the shit out of you guys cause you have no business representing the Southern Section. You fools play no one all year round and mouth off. You play a cream puff schedule and play in a cupcake division. Mark my words Madison will win easily this weekend!

      • GP AKA Green Machine

        There are only 4 levels In CIF football. Open, DI, DII, DIII or DIV.
        Which Levels do you truly believe Amat and CO belong on?

        Amat is not good enough for Open, or DI, too good for DIII or DIV, DII is about right. Western Division is about right. If you disagree, you are saying BA is a lock to win western and a DII title.

        CO is not good enough for Open, or DI, too good for DIII or DIV. DII is about right, but the Central or Southwest is a good fit. If you disagree you are saying CO is a lock to win those divisions this year. I disagree.

    • TheRealAyalaBulldogFan

      Be proud of your players. You should be. BUT, just know that Monrovia lost to the bottom of the Sierra League, and the Sierra League are the Inland Division’s whipping boys. Monrovia was 0-fer TOP TO BOTTOM against Ayala. So don’t puff your chest too much. If Ayala was in your league, there’s a good chance they’d be playing instead of you.

  • 12th man

    How many games would M-town win in the Serra or Sierra? Realistically speaking they do dominate their division but I just don’t see them making any type of noise if they were to move up..

    • Football_Club

      M-town wouldn’t win one game in the Serra League and they would never allow them in the Pac5, lol.

      • TheRealAyalaBulldogFan

        They went 0-fer against the Sierra League’s bottom half…

    • GP AKA Green Machine

      I don’t know, they were 0-2 vs Serra league in preseason. How many playoff games has a Sierra team

      • Football_Club

        Amat would dominate the Western. They beat up Cathedral ugly two years ago. They would be challenged in the Inland or one division lower then that. I agree Monrovia & South Hills should be in the Southeast. CO to the Western. Amat just doesn’t have the size up front to hang in the Pac5. They might get past the 1st round next season, but that’s what they’ve been saying for awhile now.

  • reality

    reality to earth. if you are gunna get technical this is not a poll its a list. Lists were made popular in the 60′s by Cosmo mag and glommed by so-called writers of blogs as a way to generate interest. My hope was to encourage you guys do actually do some investigative and pro-active reporting, and write stories rather than make a list off the top of your head. I would guess the next lists would be for COY and POY..I know there are great human interest stories out there about our local athletes and teams but we are not getting much. However i don’t want to be too negative. Thanks for the tweets on the right hand side. They are a real tweet..

  • Guest

    Hhb

  • Hacienda league!

    About time you give a little love to rowland…the whole year everyone in the vally was saying there getting lucky and when they beat diamond ranch and there homecoming that’s when people realized it aint all luck because they have coach Snyder who should be coach of the year! But the players stepped up as well , big year for senior QB George campos , and Junior running back Avery Dufus who ran over a 1000 yds…and to mention did anyone hear the story on there two starting wide receivers?!!?Both of them never played a highschool football game in there life..first year playing football 1 plays soccer the other plays baseball…and they put some good numbers alongside QB George campos you should look into that Fred j robledo …get back to me let know wat u think

  • SGV_FOOTBALL

    Man Madison has some big boys, hopefully Monrovia can control the line of scrimmage because if they don’t it will be tough to watch. Madison already has 3700 yards rushing.

    • Football_Club

      Monrovia will finally play a real football program. I say they lose by 40 pts.

  • Guest

    Week
    Oppenent
    Rating

    Week
    Oppenent
    Rating

    1
    32.4

    1
    43.4

    2
    0.5

    2
    39.1

    3
    23.4

    3
    20.4

    4
    27.3

    4
    -3.5

    5
    23

    5
    15.1

    6
    -4.2

    6
    12

    7
    -20.6

    7
    9.9

    8
    -46.9

    8
    -7.1

    9
    16.8

    9
    1

    10
    -4.2

    10
    28.1

    11
    -6.7

    11
    20.4

    12
    5.5

    12
    24.9

    13
    20.6

    13
    40.1

    14
    29

    14
    32

    95.9
    Total

    275.8
    Total

    6.85
    Average
    Rating of Opponents

    19.7
    Average
    Rating of Opponents

    32
    Current Rating

    42.5
    Current Rating

    Monrovia

    Madison

  • SGV_FOOTBALL

    You guys should read the letter CIF put out. Go on CIF SS website, there is also a link on the LA Times.

    PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS – PERCEPTION OR REALITY?

    • AMAT 73

      SGV,
      Read the letter . Made perfect sense on the perception of it all . When you really have an unbiased look at it , things even themselves up in the long run . What do you think ? The section on placement due to enrollment size was very interesting to say the least .

  • chivo

    Hey Aztec Pride and Amat 73, have you heard of the So Cal Rams booster club. They watch the Ram games at SAGE restaurant in old town Whittier, they have 200 to 400 fans every Sunday. It`s big fun, you should check it out. Check their facebook page.

    • AZTEC PRIDE

      Cool and years back went to Camacho’s and a place in Whitter! Is this Big RALPH CHIVO? Because I have met Ralph the president. As JIM HILL would say “KEEP THE FAITH”! GO RAMS!

      • chivo

        Yes it is, how you doing Brother, you should come on back to our new home SAGE in old town Whittier, it`s big fun.

        • AZTEC PRIDE

          You know folks, Big CHIVO has a awesome FAMILY ,FRIENDLY BOOSTERS CLUB that’s great!. Even if your not a RAMS FAN, it’s a lot of Fun just being there. Ralph, (CHIVO) Keep up the Good Work and if anybody has a chance to go, well you’ll have a great time! Chivo, I’m going to definitely try to make it out their one SUNDAY! ~ALWAYS A RAMS FAN~.2012, THE YEAR WE BEAT THE SAN FRANCISCO FORTY NINERS!!!!!!!!!!!

          • chivo

            Aztec , thanks for the kind words. We will be waiting for you Bro. Hey we will be having Ex-Ram Wendell Tyler coming out the last game vs Seattle to sign autographs, hopefully you can make it. GO RAMS 4 LIFE.

          • AZTEC PRIDE

            Wait a minute CHIVO!!!!!! WENDELL TYLER went to THE DARK SIDE!!! FORTYNINER.HAHAHAHAHAH. If he would have waited just a little longer being a RAM PLAYER, he would have gotten a SUPER BOWL RING!!! LOL… Wendell Tyler was a great running back who ran the ball with grace and will always be known as a RAM!! Will try to make that and thanks for the invite. Might have him sign my ERIC DICKERSON jersey!hahahahaha… GET THE W THIS SUNDAY RAMS!

          • chivo

            Ya I hear he lost his mind for a minute, but he drafted by the Rams, so we will forgive him. We had Eric Dickerson the Thursday game vs Arizona, we had over 800 fans meet him.

          • AMAT 73

            Chivo,As long as you’re not serving chill dogs I think Wendell can hang .

          • chivo

            i will make sure not to give him any.lol

    • jcaz

      Can you just show up or do you have to make reservations ?

      • chivo

        Just show up and have fun, it`s first come seating.

      • AZTEC PRIDE

        JCAZ, you should go and I guarantee you’ll have a great time! By the way jcaz are you RAMS FAN ALSO??? Don’t be in denial and come out of the closet and show the HORN COLORS! GO RAMS…

        • jcaz

          Ha ha, well you got me here pride.  Yes, indeed I am an old die hard Rams fan and thats because they were the team I grew up with. Not happy with Georgia, as I am sure you feel the same way, but, there is talk in the air that the LOS ANGELES RAMS, might very well be retuning to southern California, and if that is a possibility, then yes I would be very excited about their return. Actually, its kind of ironic that we are here talking about this very subject today in that earlier this morning I went to get my breakfast at a local restaurant and saw this older guy all decked out in Rams gear.  He was wearing a hat, shirt and a had a bunch of pins the Rams Logos all over his shirt.  It made me think about your post, and as fate would have it, here we are talking about a team that meant so much to me in my youth. Anyway, ill try to make it out there before the season ends, but the only problem for me is that on most Sundays I have so much going on.  But ill make it there for sure Hey, thanks for that info.  It always good to know that the LA Rams are still in peoples hearts

    • AMAT 73

      Chivo,
      That reminds me of my Compadre’s Dad at the Ram games in the Coliseum . COME ON CHIVOS at the top of his lungs. Is that the same club that used to meet on Philidelphia a few years ago . I used to talk to the guy with the RAMS truck ( RIP ) and he would mention that place . i think that’s the place PTIDE might be speaking about . Have they moved the meeting place?

      • AZTEC PRIDE

        Hey AMAT 73 I agree with you and RIP BIG RAM! That Truck was awesome, and I believe his name was Frankie, a TRUE LOS ANGELES RAM FAN!

  • Hacienda league!

    About time you give some love to the Rowland Raiders , they went on a 4 game winning streak and beat diamond ranch on the road, Coach Snyder should be coach of the year, going from 2 – 8 last season to a 7 – 4 playoff team. Players stepped up, Senior QB George Campos had a good year throwing over 20 TD’s to 5 INT’s, Junior RB Avery Dufus ran over 1000 yds. and and had more than 100 yds. rushing in the Downey game alone. Not to mention!! Did anyone hear the story of the starting wide receivers? BOTH were new to the sport, Mateo Lares, a first team all-league soccer player, and Alec Winters, a second team all-league baseball player, both putting up great numbers. You should really look into that Fred Robledo.

  • Sgv

    Kevin amesquita Aaron sanchez Adrian solchaga and Christian lopez for gstone all elected all-cif team

  • chivo

    Amat73, yes thats the same club that was on Philadelphia, you should come on down it`s a family type club. They are now on Geenleaf ave in old town Whittier.

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