Thursday Final: La Puente comes out swinging with 31-14 win over Covina

La Puente quarterback Jacob Tovar threw for 251 yards and two touchdowns, and also ran for a score in a surprisingly easy 31-14 victory over Covina. Tovar threw both touchdown passes to Jose Ochoa, who hauled in 31 and 79 yard passes. We talked to La PUente coach Scott Morrison, Tovar and Covina coach Joe Brown, who took responsibility for the loss and 0-2 start.


Thursday Final Scores
La Puente 31, Covina 14
Northview 45, Gladstone 7
California 24, Montebello 13
Marshall 41, Blair 8
Mater Dei 56, St. Paul 7

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    HOPE YOU SMASH THEM MONTVIEW LEAGUE! Don’t let us down Gladstone !!! LOL! Lets Gooooooo AZUSA AZTECS on Friday! Yes I’ll will be there ! Coach Scherf hope you bring out the secret weapons, THE AZTEC DANCERS that night! Haha… Really they’re sight to see! AZTEC PRIDE!

  • Colt74

    Well if there is any good that has come about so far…at this rate we will get a first round draft pick next season.

    • Saints Fan

      I feel your pain brother, everyone smackin us around too. Early, lot’s of games left… keep the faith. You got SG next week with the cupboard bare, opportunity to regroup and get the ship headed in the right direction.

      • Colt74

        Pain is an understatement. I know must of our kids and I KNOW they are better than they are showing. I just don’t see the hunger and the concentration when we suit up, Doing the chains I get to hear and see the unity and the determination on the other sidelines and just stare in disbelief at the chaos that is going on on ours. Time out on first play because we can’t count to 11 pretty much set the tone for the whole night. I have faith and I will ALWAYS support. I hope soon enough they do too.

        • Saints Fan

          Our lives are mirrors right now. We are having trouble getting plays in which amazes me since the QB runs from wherever he is and the coach tells him right to his face. Our SR laden line is struggling with our tougher schedule. Our very very young defense is still getting their legs under them. Our special teams are struggling, we will bust off a 50+ return, then on the next 3 our receiving runner is staring 5 guy’s unblocked in the face with nowhere to go. We will not be able to evaluate the change in our schedule to an old school “Roddy” type until November. Right now, it is not fun.

  • 1st and goal

    Way to go Warriors!!!!!!!!! That’s how you start out the season. Good win last night and good luck the rest of the season.

  • The stands

    Congratulations La Puente. Covina, there’s a lot of football yet to be played. Is Northview the real deal?