About Fred Robledo

Fred J. Robledo is the local sports editor for the Los Angeles Newspaper Group

The Morning After: Stories, Scores from Week 3 of the High School Football Season.

This page is dedicated to sharing all of our high school football coverage from the opening weekend of high school football for the Pasadena Star-News, Whittier Daily News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

Friday’s Stories

Read it: Glendora pulls away to roll past Charter Oak for Mayor’s Trophy. RB Xzavier Ford rushes for 221 yards and three TDs

Read it: Los Altos rallies in second half to beat Monrovia, stays unbeaten.

Read it: JSerra’s strong first half enough to beat Bishop Amat

Read it: Defense leads Mission Viejo past La Habra in public-school showdown

Read it: Muir shows a lot of grit in loss to powerful Grace Brethren

Read it: El Monte’s Davon Booth does it all in win over San Marino

Read it: Narbonne football runs away from St. Paul

Read it: Ayala holds off Diamond Ranch

Read it: St. Francis gets big stop in overtime to outlast Damien

Read it: South Hills no match in trip to San Juan Hills

Read it: St. Margaret’s topples La Mirada with a strong finish

Thursday’s Stories

Read it: Whittier rallies to beat San Dimas while Cal beats El Dorado and Montebello falls to Crescenta Valley

Read it: Sonora rolls to win as Lynwood endures another learning experience

Friday’s Scores

JSerra 38, Bishop Amat 14

Whittier Christian 25, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 21

St. Margaret’s 30, La Mirada 22

Mission Viejo 23, La Habra 6

San Juan Hills 42, South Hills 7

Adelanto 42, Bassett 7

Alhambra 41, Temple City 0

Ganesha 31, Azusa 8

Pasadena Poly 42, Campbell Hall 13

Chino Hills 40, Corona 0

Claremont 48, Diamond Bar 14

Ayala 21, Diamond Ranch 14

El Monte 20, San Marino 7

Glendora 31, Charter Oak 6

Grace Brethren 38, Muir 18

Duarte 49, Keppel 21

La Salle 38, Santa Paula 35

La Serna 56, Arcadia 6

Los Altos 34, Monrovia 14

Montclair 25, Wilson 17

Northview 48, West Covina 7

Pasadena 77, Pioneer 0

Lakewood 33, Pomona 14

Bonita 37, Riverside Poly 0

Rowland 28, Walnut 7

Arroyo 42, Schurr 27

South Pasadena 13, Eastside 6

St. Francis 28, Damien 21

Maranatha 34, Verbum Dei 0

La Canada 35, Viewpoint 6

Gabrielino 29, San Diego Southwest 20

El Rancho 35, Garfield 34

Narbonne 56, St. Paul 19

Thursday’s Scores

California 22, El Dorado 16, OT

Crescenta Valley 56, Montebello 21

Sonora 27 Lynwood 6

Whittier 35 San Dimas 26


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Your thoughts on Bishop Amat’s opening act, a 17-0 win over Diamond Ranch?

This page is dedicated to sharing all of our high school football coverage from the opening weekend of high school football for the Pasadena Star-News, Whittier Daily News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

This page is dedicated to sharing all of our high school football coverage from the opening weekend of high school football for the Pasadena Star-News, Whittier Daily News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

Friday Night:

Read it: Charter Oak coach Lou Farrar missed his first game in more than five decades while at the City of Hope in Duarte battling cancer. His team responded with a 42-3 victory.

Read it: Glendora spoiled the debut of Damien coach Matt Bechtel with an impressive performance.

Read it: Nobody knew for sure what to expect from Muir, but it showed why it’s a Division 11 contender with an impressive opening night.

Read it: California makes it look easy in rout of Schurr

Read it: Monrovia takes over in second half to beat West Covina

Read it: Fullerton’s Arthur Shaw too much for Santa Fe in opener

Read it: Bonita’s young quarterback Sean Jastrab throws five TDs in debut

Read it: Sierra Vista rallies in second half to beat Gabrielino

Thursday Night … 

Read it: Bishop Amat running back Damien Moore had a big night, but why did the Lancers struggle with Diamond Ranch?

Read it: La Habra wasn’t ranked in the preseason Division 3 rankings, but they looked mighty impressive going on the road and beating defending Division 2 champ Upland

Read it: Northview destroyed El Rancho a year ago, but had a much harder time beating them in Thursday’s opener. Find out why

Read it: La Mirada couldn’t of asked for a better showing in the return of coach Mike Moschetti by destroying El Toro.

Thursday’s final scores

Bishop Amat 17 Diamond Ranch 0

La Canada 17, Wilson 14

La Habra 21, Upland 14

La Mirada 38 El Toro 0

Northview 31 El Rancho 23

Pasadena Poly 42 Cathedral City 7

Sonora 23, Pomona 0

Cantwell-Sacred Heart 47, New Designs Watts 0

Friday’s Scores

Maranatha 34, Crean Lutheran 17

Fullerton 48, Santa Fe 7

Whittier Christian 25, Vasquez 7

Muir 26, Western 6

Tesoro 48, Whittier 6

Bonita 42, Arroyo 7

Baldwin Park 22, Nogales 0

Bassett 39, Artesia 22

Los Altos 49, Covina 6

Diamond Bar 34, Walnut 14

South Hills 28, Eisenhower 12

Rowland 35, Ganesha 14

Glendora 24, Damien 7

La Serna 49, Murrieta Mesa 19

Monrovia 28, West Covina 14

Charter Oak 42, San Marino 3

California 35, Schurr 0

Sierra Vista 14, Gabrielino 13

South Pasadena 53, Mountain View 13

La Puente 42, Workman 6

Southlands Christian 20, Edwards AFB Desert 14

Garfield 27, Montebello 6

Rosemead 42, Huntington Park 8

Rio Hondo Prep 37, Morro Bay 0

El Monte 63, Sotomayor 7

Pioneer 12, South East 6

St. Paul 42, Albany St. Mary’s 0


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Who you got, Bishop Amat-DRanch? La Habra-Upland? Northview-El Rancho? La Mirada-El Toro

Here’s the deal, I’ve still got access to the blog, even though we don’t use or promote our blogs anymore. But I will provide story links and videos for high school football during the season, it may help us get a few extra reads and you can comment here like old times.

First up, Thursday night football. I’ve got Bishop amat, La Mirada, Northview and La Habra all winning, and Amat winning big. Think Damien Moore is going off tonight. Let’s go and have some fun. If you want to read tonight’s preview, click the link.

I’ll also join Aram Tolegian on his weekly podcast discussing everything high school football related, check it out.

Thursday’s Games at 7 p.m. (Picks in Parenthesis)
Diamond Ranch at Bishop Amat: (Amat)
El Rancho vs. Northview at Covina District Field (Northview)
La Habra at Upland (La Habra)
El Toro at La Mirada (La Mirada)

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Who is Signing on Wedneday, we wan to know

On Wednesday, Nov. 14, is the first day high school athletes can sign National Letter’s of Intent for every sport with the exception of football and boys and girls basketball. At the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News and Whittier Daily News we would like to list all athletes that intend on signing Wednesday and feature them in a story on signing day. We also want to share pictures of all your signing day activities and need your help gathering information for your big day.

If you have a sign ceremony at your school, please email high school sports editor Fred Robledo (frobledo@scng.com) or send him a direct message on Twitter: @sgvnsports.

Robledo will contact you with more information, and how to share photos. As we build toward next week, check this story article which will start compiling a list over the next several days of who is signing from our local area.
Boys Basketball
Jarod Lucas, Los Altos, Oregon State
Jeffrey Castillo, Arcadia, Cal State Northridge
Isaac Mendez,Bonita, Azusa Pacific
Joe La Fountain, Bonita, Sacramento State
Nick Mistone, Bonita, St. Mary’s
Marcellus Pearson, Bonita, UC Riverside
Cole Smith, Bonita, St. Louis University
Steven Vasquez, Bonita, Texas Tech
Javy Espinoza, Cantwell Sacred-Heart, St. Mary’s
Cole Hiller, Glendora, Point Loma Nazarene
Bryan Perez, Glendora, USC
Connor Buchanan, La Canada, USC
Darius Perry, La Miradam UCLA
Max Blessinger, Maranatha, Dallas Baptist
Nick Iverson, Maranatha, UC Davis
Dawson Netz, Maranatha, Arizona
Cole Dale, Maranatha, UC San Diego
Will Downing, Maranatha, Occidental College
Logan Barnierm, Monrovia, Cal State Northridge
Alex Solis, Montebello, Cal State Fullerton
Andrew Duran, Northview, Cal State Northridge
Zach Jacobs, San Dimas, UC Riverside
Art Ruiz, San Dimas, St. Mary’s
Kegan Wentz, South Hills, New Mexico
Artie Ramirez, South Hills, University of New Orelans
Sebastian Garcia, St. Paul, UC Irvine
Manny Casillas, Walnut, New Mexico St
Christian Lara, Walnut, Hope International
Jared Medina, Walnut. Hope International
Ryan Brizo, Bishop Amat, Cal Baptist
Girls Soccer
Sage Robledo, South Hills, Loyola Marymount

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South Hills, for the first time in years, takes over top spot in SGVN Football Rankings

The all-encompassing San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News and Whittier Daily News Top 20 football rankings:

1. South Hills (4-0)

Unbelievably impressive so far, another tough one next.

Previous: 2

Next: at Mira Costa, Friday, 7 p.m.

2. Bishop Amat (4-1)

Is looking like Mission League favorite heading into bye week.

Previous: 4

Next: at Chaminade, Sept. 28

3. La Serna (5-0)

Has done everything right, next game against Warren could be tough.

Previous: 3

Next: vs. Warren at California High, Frida, 7 p.m.

4. Northview (5-0)

Can’t imagine anyone in Division 5 playing better than Vikings.

Previous: 6

Next: at Wilson, Sept. 28.

5. Bonita (4-0)

Next two weeks against Covina, Colony are big tests.

Previous: 5

Next: vs. Covina at San Dimas High, Friday, 7 p.m.

6. Glendora (4-1)

Only loss to Division 3 Eastvale Roosevelt.

Previous: 9

Next: at Ayala, Sept. 28

7. St. Paul (4-1)

Undefeated start ends with 34-27 loss to Paraclete.

Previous: 1

Next: vs. La Salle, Sept. 28

8. St. Francis (2-2)

Much-needed 17-13 win over Saugus to get to .500.

Previous: 10

Next: at Harvard-Westlake, Friday, 7 p.m.

9. San Marino (4-1)

Easily the Rio Hondo League favorite.

Previous: 13

Next: vs. Newport Harbor, Friday, 7 p.m.

10. San Dimas (3-1)

Strong come-from-behind 21-14 win over Colton.

Previous: 12

Next: at California, Thursday, 7 p.m.

11. Muir (3-1)

Laid an egg in Pacific League opening loss to Crescenta Valley, 31-7.

Previous: 7

Next: vs. Hoover, Friday, 7 p.m.

12. Arroyo (3-1)

Ready to defend Mission Valley League after bye week.

Previous: 14

Next: at Gabrielino, Friday, 7 p.m.

13. Arcadia (2-2)

Opened Pacific with 45-27 win over Burroughs.

Previous: 15

Next: vs. Burbank at Burroughs, Friday, 7 p.m.

14. La Habra (1-4)

Ended losing skid with 31-10 win over Diamond Ranch.

Previous: 20

Next: vs. Fullerton, Sept. 28

15. Diamond Ranch (3-2)

Gave La Habra a game for a half, then it got away.

Previous: 8

Next: at Los Altos, Sept. 28

16. Los Altos (2-3)

When is the bleeding going to stop after third straight loss?

Previous: 11

Next: vs. Diamond Ranch, Sept. 28

17. El Monte (4-1)

Showed it’s a Mission Valley contender with 52-14 win over Rosemead.

Previous: 17

Next: vs. Mountain View, Sept. 28

18. Covina (3-1)

Big win over Monrovia, but still has work to do on defense.

Previous: 16

Next: vs. Monrovia at Covina District Field, Thursday, 7 p.m.

19. Alhambra (5-0)

First time in many years it finishes non-league undefeated.

Previous: 18

Next: vs. Schurr at Moor Field, Sept. 28

20. Whittier (4-1)

Might be only team to challenge La Serna in Del Rio League.

Previous: 19

Next: at Westminster, Thursday, 7 p.m.

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