Mater Dei’s SGV duo hope to spoil Bishop Amat football’s Friday opener

Mater Dei with SGV weapons: If the Bishop Amat High School football team comes up in its season opener against Mater Dei on Friday night, the reasons will likely hit close to home.
In a strange twist, two of the San Gabriel Valley’s most talented players won’t be in uniform for Bishop Amat, but Mater Dei rather.
And the question on a lot of people’s minds is, How did these two get away” Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at the Santa Ana Bowl.
When Mater Dei throws on Friday night, the Monarchs will likely target 6-foot-5 receiver Andre Collins, who doesn’t live anywhere near Orange Country. Nope, Collins lives in Hacienda Heights.

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  • scotty bore as

    let’s see ….Andre Collins and the second one is? does this stuff hit a proof reader ?

    • From where I sit

      Frank Martin, who is an 6’5″ 275 lb. offensive lineman that lives in West Covina.

  • Gus Ramos

    The question should be, how does Mater Dei manage to convince so many players, to transfer to their school. The same tactics used by their basketball coach is the answer, ‘ by hook or by crook!’

  • Valley Athletics

    Then you got Paul McDonalds kid at starting QB . That’s another story .

    • AMAT 73

      VA,
      Isn’t John Jackson’s kid on the MD team also .

      • Valley Athletics

        He is a sophomore . Heard he was a QB . But with the freshman phenom they have he will never see the field as a QB .