The ALS #IceBucketChallenge got going in the SGV when San Dimas coach Bill Zernickow called Aram and I out and took his medicine in honor of the late Dean Karnowsky, a legendary figure who coached at Glendora High School who died of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. On Wednesday, Charter Oak’s longtime coach Big Lour Farrar was called out by CIF asst. commissioner Glenn Martinez and Arroyo coach Jim Singiser, and accepted the challenge. Before Farrar took the plunge, he spoke of Karnowski, who he coached when Karnowski was in high school and also offered to donate $100. Way to go coach, that’s why you’re so beloved and the grandfather of the SGV. And his face when the bucket was delivered was classic. Farrar then went on to call out two coaches who’ve been at it almost as long as he has, Terry Roche and John Munger, who are at Chino High. Also, after Steve Ramirez took the challenge at Northview, he called out St. Francis coach Jim Bonds, who answered the challenge Wednesday and called out Bill Redell and Maranatha’s Steve Bogan. Bogan was tricked during his #IceBucketChallenge. He lined up a group of coaches thinking they would all get dumped on, and instead, they dumped all the buckets on him. Late Friday, Upland coach Tim Salter and Bulletin reporter Clay follower accepted challenges and took the plunge. Check out all the video.