About Fred Robledo

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

Tribune Super 32 Football Rankings: Bishop Amat hangs on to No. 1; Glendora, Northview move up

1. Bishop Amat (5-2)
— Not ready to drop the No. 1 Lancers after close losses to Mater Dei and Serra. Now, if it loses to Alemany this week, that’s a different story.
2. Charter Oak (5-1) — After what it did to Glendora and Chino, have no problem pegging the Chargers as the Central Division favorites.
3. Glendora (5-1) – Knew there was no way Matt Fink and Co., was losing to South Hills again. Bonita won’t be that easy.
4. Northview (5-1) — If the Vikings are what we think they’re, they should beat San Dimas in this week’s showdown.
5. Bonita (5-1) — Things could get dicey real quick in the Palomares if its drops a second straight to Glendora after a 5-0 start..
6. Diamond Ranch (5-1) — Showed a lot of guts and will power rallying back to beat West Covina in 7. Los Altos (4-2) — Could be the team that gives Charter Oak a run for their money.
8. San Dimas (4-2) — Will tough schedule pay off in a victory over Northview?
the final minutes.
9. Diamond Bar (4-2) — Losing to Ayala could end up knocking the Brahmas out of the playoffs after a promising start.
10. West Covina (2-4) — How will it rebound after giving away a victory in the fourth quarter to Diamond Ranch?
The Rest: 11. Pomona (4-2), 12. Arroyo (5-2), 13. Damien (3-3), 14. Ganesha (5-2), 15. Bassett (4-2), 16. Baldwin Park (3-3), 17. Covina (4-2), 18. South Hills (1-5), 19. Mountain View (4-2), 20. El Monte (4-3), 21. Rosemead (3-4), 22. Sierra Vista (2-4), 23. Walnut (1-5), 24. La Puente (3-4), 25. Azusa (1-5), 26. Nogales (2-4), 27. Rowland (1-5); 28. Gladstone (3-3); 29. Wilson (2-4), 30. South El Monte (0-6); 31. Duarte (0-6); 32. Workman (1-5).




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Tribskin Pick’em: Lots of great games leading with Northview-San Dimas and Monrovia San Marino

Aram Tolegian Last week: 31-18; Season: 213-59
Fred Robledo Last week: 29-10; Season: 212-60
Last week: It’s neck and neck with Aram and I as he takes the lead by one picking picking up two games.


This Week’s games and predictions:
Thursday’s games
All games start at 7 p.m., unless noted

Angelus League
Harvard-Westlake at St. Francis — Robledo (Francis); Aram ()
Del Rio League
El Rancho vs. La Serna at La Habra HS — Robledo (La Serna); Aram ()
Whittier at Pioneer — Robledo (Pioneer); Aram ()
Mission Valley League
Marshall vs. Gabrielino at Pasadena — Robledo (Gabrielino); Aram ()
Valle Vista League
Northview vs. San Dimas at CDF — Robledo (Northview); Aram ()
Friday’s games
Almont League

Alhambra vs. Bell Gardens at Moor Field – Robledo (BGardens); Aram ()
Keppel at Montebello — Robledo (Montebello); Aram ()
Schurr at San Gabriel — Robledo (Schurr); Aram ()
Angelus League
La Salle at St. Paul, 7:30 p.m. — Robledo (St. Paul); Aram ()
Baseline League
Upland at Damien — Robledo (Upland); Aram ()
Del Rio League
Santa Fe vs. California at Pioneer HS — Robledo (Cal); Aram ()
Freeway League
Buena Park at La Habra — Robledo (La Habra); Aram ()
Sunny Hills vs. Sonora at Buena Park HS — Robledo (Sonora); Aram ()
Hacienda League
Diamond Ranch at Charter Oak — Robledo (COak); Aram ()
Los Altos at Chino — Robledo (LA); Aram ()
Walnut at West Covina — Robledo (WC); Aram ()
Miramonte League
Ganesha at Pomona — Robledo (Pomona); Aram ()
Mission League
Alemany at Bishop Amat — Robledo (Amat); Aram ()
Mission Valley League
Arroyo at Mountain View — Robledo (Arroyo); Aram ()
El Monte at South El Monte — Robledo (El Monte); Aram ()
Montview League
Azusa vs. Baldwin Park at Citrus College — Robledo (BPark); Aram ()
Gladstone at Sierra Vista — Robledo (SVista); Aram ()
Workman vs. Duarte at La Puente HS — Robledo (Duarte); Aram ()
Olympic League
Whittier Christian vs. Cerritos Valley Christian at Whittier College — Robledo (WC); Aram ()
Pacific League
Burroughs at Arcadia — Robledo (Burroughs); Aram ()
Glendale at Pasadena — Robledo (PHS); Aram ()
Muir vs. Crescenta Valley at Glendale HS — Robledo (Muir); Aram ()
Palomares League
Ayala at Claremont — Robledo (Claremont); Aram ()
Glendora at Bonita — Robledo (Glendora); Aram ()
South Hills vs. Diamond Bar at CDF — Robledo (DBar); Aram ()
Rio Hondo League
Blair vs. South Pasadena at Muir HS — Robledo (SPas); Aram ()
Monrovia at San Marino — Robledo (San Marino); Aram ()
Temple City at La Canada — Robledo (La Canada); Aram ()
Suburban League
Glenn at La Mirada — Robledo (La Mirada); Aram ()
Valle Vista League
Covina at Wilson — Robledo (Covina); Aram ()
Rowland at Nogales — Robledo (Rowland); Aram ()
Saturday’s games
Miramonte League
Garey at Bassett, 6 p.m. — Robledo (Bassett); Aram ()
Olympic League
Maranatha vs. Heritage Christian at Kennedy HS, Granada Hills — Robledo (Maranatha); Aram ()

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PrepXtra Live Postgame: Amat fans sound off, and how about those wild finishes

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Bonita, Bishop Amat, West Covina all lose heartbreakers; Charter Oak crushes Chino

Friday’s High School Football scoreboard

Claremont beats Bonita on trick play: It may only be the first week of Palomares League play but if the opener between Claremont and Bonita is any indication of what’s to come, it could be quite the race. The contest featured two 5-0 teams and rivals that are separated by just 3.8 miles. It was Claremont coming away with a 33-29 win on Friday at Glenn Davis Stadium.

Khalil Tate runs wild on Amat: When Bishop Amat scored with four minutes left to move ahead by four points Friday night for its first lead of the game, it seemed like the Lancers finally had Serra right where they wanted them. And when four Bishop Amat defenders had Serra quarterback Khalil Tate wrapped up for a sack on the ensuing possession, it seemed like they had Tate exactly where they wanted him. Until they didn’t.

Friday’s results
Baseline League
Rancho Cucamonga 49, Damien 28
Hacienda League
Charter Oak 42, Chino 14
Diamond Ranch 50, West Covina 43
Los Altos 49, Walnut 9
Miramonte League
Bassett 51, Ganesha 28
La Puente 62, Garey 27
Mission League
Serra 41, Bishop Amat 38
Mission Valley League
El Monte 74, Gabrielino 12
Arroyo 56, Marshall 7
Rosemead 52, South El Monte 7
Montview League
Gladstone 35, Duarte 22
Baldwin Park 35, Sierra Vista 8
Azusa 42, Workman 24
Palomares League
Claremont 33, Bonita 29
Ayala 28, Diamond Bar 21
Valle Vista League
Covina 42, Nogales 17
Northview 49, Rowland 13
San Dimas 62, Wilson 7

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Glendora and Matt Fink get revenge on South Hills, 28-7


STORY: The Glendora High School football team got a handful of big plays from the offense, while the defense carried a shutout into the final minute of the game for a 28-7 victory over South Hills in both teams’ Palomares League opener Thursday night at Covina District Field.
The average duration of Glendora’s four touchdown drives was just two plays because of several big plays from an offense that was controlled for most of the rest of the game by the Husky defense.
“It’s a good victory for us,” Glendora head coach Jerry Lewallen said. “I thought our kids played hard today and we executed relatively well.”

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Bring it on: Competitive Cheer to become a CIF sport in 2017-18



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