Heralds are legit

Its still that little private school, as described by football coach Jon Caffrey, but contrary to the belief by many that Whittier Christian cant play football, the Heralds, indeed, can play football.


And they play it well.
Just ask Whittier coach Walter Scott.
Whittier Christians 4-0 record going into Fridays game with the Cardinals did not carry the import it deserved, primarily because teams in Division XIII, or the Northeast Division as it is now called, rarely are thought of as powerhouses in the sport (were not talking about the likes of Oaks Christian HS here).
That image is usually reserved for the schools with large enrollments that are perennial contenders for postseason honors.
Whittier Christian rolled over a good Whittier team Friday, 41-13, giving up two quick touchdowns on long runs, then blanking the Cardinals the rest of the game.
Afterward, Scott said his team was outplayed in all three phases of the game, offensively, defensively and special teams.
They had the ball most of the second quarter and that kind of put a damper on our offense,? Scott said.
The Heralds used a six-play, 72-yard drive that ended on the first play of the second quarter when Esteban Camarillo took a pass from Phil Hughes, spun out of a tackle at the Whittier 20-yard line and completed a 28-yard scoring run to give the Heralds a 21-13 lead.
Camarillo had made a similar move earlier to break a tackle after catching a pass for a 35-yard gain earlier in the drive.
Camarillo, listed as an extremely generous 5-foot-8, 170 pounds, finished with 239 yards and three touchdowns on 34 carries. A large number of his yards came after second and third hits. On some he drove the tackler backward or pulled him along as he fought for extra yards.
He finishes his run very well,? Scott said.
And while Camarillo clearly is the catalyst for the offense, he shares the spotlight with several teammates.
Linebackers Mark Edwards, Nathan Coleman and Ross Ferguson, along with two-way lineman Frank Chavez, were instrumental in curtailing Whittiers strong ground attack.
Whittier finished with 272 total offense, all of it on the ground. Included were 183 yards on 17 carries, 106 of the yards on back-to-back trips for touchdowns by Isaac Garcia, who continues to establish himself as one of the areas best ball carriers.
Aside from that, the Cardinals had four possessions in the second half. They needed eight plays to move 57 yards before punting on fourth down. They took 12 plays to go 44 yards (including a 10-yard holding penalty) before turning the ball over after losing a yard on fourth-and 5 at the Heralds 15. And they finished the game with an 11-play march that covered just 41 yards and three third-down conversions but ended with an incomplete pass inside the 20 as time ran out.
Their performance Friday against a quality team should make the Heralds a strong contender for both the Alpha League title and to go deep into the Northeast Division postseason playoffs.

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  • Del Rio Follower

    Maybe WCHS is a better team. They Can beat YOUR team La Serna.They can Beat Cal-Hi,El Rancho,and Pioneer. You write this stuff and each kid from Whittier reads this stuff and you make them feel bad. Are you A jerk sometimes or all the time. Stop making this game big it wasn’t that big.

  • Fan

    Dear Mr. Murray
    Why do you get your kicks on making Whittier High School Football team look so bad? WCHS was the better team that night. And you know for years Whittier has been down. So why make them feel bad then they really are. I bet you never played sports in your life. So please stop making them feel bad. Write nice thing about them, like you do for La Serna. You know WCHS could bet La Serna. La Serna can’t stop their running back.

  • j

    Let’s give small schools credit. I have work in 3 school disricts for 30 years. It starts in the classroom which moves onto the playing field. The public schools are losing a battle that parents and school districts don’t really want to talk about or care about. Who’s teaching and coaching these kids.(Of course some like it just the way it is right now) The fact is that Santa Fe is the strongest Program in whittier area, but fails to make it to the finals. Why? We should be seeing more of these kids in college football progams. Does anybody know what happen to small running back from Schurr High.

  • herald fan

    Why shouldn’t this be talked about. Props to Whittier Christian for stepping up to play a tough public school. This is a huge win for WC. I was at the game, WHittier players were dirty, and undisciplined. WC won with class and pride, I will be intersting to see how the rest of the Del RIo does against Whittier. If WC continues to play like that, they will win their division.

  • Red Bird

    I would have to agree with the herald fan and “j” in the above mentioned posts. It is a big deal when a small school such as Whittier Christian or Cantwell beat a much larger public school. The fact of the matter is that schools such as Cantwell and Whittier Christian stress academics, discipline, tradition and teamwork. The principles spill onto the football field and are very evident. Not to mention schools such as Whittier, La Serna, Montebello, Schurr and El Rancho have a much larger pool of talent to select from. When you see a roster of players of only 30 playes defeat a school with over 60 players it is a big deal. I have attended high school games for over 10 years and find the smaller schools such as WCHS and CSHM to be rich in tradition, heart and discipline.

  • Emerson

    Congrats to WC, but all you LS bashers are a riot. The kids go to the school they go to, and they do the playing. Why all of the stupid put downs? Simple jealousy? Taking all of the sports in total, LS is the dominant school in the area. So what. If it was Cal or Santa Fe, good for them! Get a life LS bashers.

  • LS grad

    thanks so much Emerson, clearly your the only one on hear that knows what he talking about. LS is great at all the sports that we have. and good for WC but just a remimder Whittier football is a joke. my mother could beat them with here eyes closed. but give credit to WC becuase they did beat the piss out of Whittier. so good work WC

  • Chieftain Alumni

    Here we go again..good job Whittier Daily News.

    Esteban Camarillo of Whittier Christian rushes for 239-yard, three-touchdown in a 41-13 UPSET of Whittier. While Jon Potts carried 21 times for 280 yards, (which was originally posted as 11 carries for 165-yards) including two-touchdown 41-14 vs. El Monte. And who would you think gets the athlete of the week?????? I see the La Serna love affair is still going strong!!!!

  • Bigchief

    Dear LS & Emerson, Get a Real Football Schedule! Enough of the cupcake schedules!

  • Anonymous

    Why does every blog turn into a story about La Serna? I don’t get it? What has La Serna done to deserve all this (whether it be praise or grief) from everyone. This blog was about Whittier Christian and La Serna’s name popped up! Just for the record beating Whittier does not legitimize your program!

  • edwin rodriguez

    first of all …lets give a hand to wc..but ,are we not del rio league. honest wc can go on a win streak for all they want…we want to hear more about del rio league…u got two top ball carriers #32 from whittier isaac garcia and jon potts from la serna…lets keep our eyes focused on these two great running backs

  • Anonymous

    Chieftain Alumni it was originally posted at 165 yards because mid-way through the game Potts had to switch jerseys because his I believe ripped. Get a clue! You make all of us other Chieftain Alumnist look like idiots! Get off La Serna’s back, not every story can be on Santa Fe!

  • loveshsfootball

    to emerson & lsgrad- la serna is NOT the most dominant program-first of all santa fe is going to kick your behind when they play ( 45-7) try playing someone besides cupcakes-unless you think finishing third or fourth in league and getting ripped in the playffs(remember orange?) is considered being dominant!

  • The Fan

    Hey Chieftain Alumni:
    Does every article has to pass through the blessings of mighty Sante Fe? By the looks of the Mighty Powerful you both might want to start spending your time not crying but concentrating on having an offense. As you laugh and joke about La Serna weak preseason and lack of scoring, by the looks of your stats the all mighty Chiefs have scored 10 and 14 points the last 2 games and are averaging 235 yards in total offense. As the Del Rio season begins you have some of your key players hurt and could barely beat Bell Gardens and don’t tell us they are a great team. The truth will all come out over the next 5 weeks. It’s time to let the player’s play and the coach’s coach. Good luck to all teams!

  • Chieftain Alumni

    Hey AnonymousAt what point did I even mention Santa Fe????? I was only stating that once again the Whittier Daily New chose to recognize a La Serna football player as athlete of the week when in my OPINION? the running back from Whittier Christians performance was more impressive all things considered. Its not Pottss fault he was chosen but come on WDN.spread the love.

    Go back and click on La Serna 41, El Monte 14 and see if it read as those numbers being his first half stats. Dont criticize me, I didnt write it!! Maybe these blogs arent for you. Maybe you should go find yourself a nice chat room where everyone pats each other on the back!!!!

  • Anonymous 2

    LS ALUMNI #49,

    Before you even blog this subject, don’t!!!!

  • La Serna Parent

    To Anonymous -
    THANK YOU!!!!
    Jon Pott’s jersey did rip half way through. He played a great game, the entire La Serna team has been playing their hearts out so far this season. Jon deserved Athlete of the week regardless of the sour grapes of other fans.
    Thanks again.

  • emerson

    Hey loveshsfootball: read what I said: LS has the most dominant program, “taking all the sports in total”, including boys and girls. My point was simply to say to the army of LS bashers out there that athletics is strong at LS at this period of time. It is a fact. Check the standings from last year in all sports and you’ll see it is true. But so what!!! If it is Cal, Whittier, Santa Fe, so be it and good for them. I graduated from Whittier High in the late 70′s and we always saw LS as the “rich kids school”. Many still see it that way and always want to bash them. It is really stupid and petty. Santa Fe has been great in football and wrestling. Whittier is strong in water polo. LS rules in baseball and many other sports. Things are what they are, and I am just tired of all the carping about LS any time Roger starts a blog subject. Saying LS is a good school or has a good team in any sport is not a knock on your favorite team.

    Good luck to all of the area teams this year in league. Del Rio is pretty strong, as is WC in their league, and all of us in the area should be proud of how well the local schools are doing.

    Sports, even HS football, is the dessert of life, not the meal. Ultimately, it is all about the kids, not posters to this blog. Good to see a lot of true, passionate fans, though.

    So, keep the passion, but the knocking of LS, or any other school only shows the insecurity or jealousy of the poster. (Okay, off the soapbox.)

  • scj

    Emerson….well said.

    I appreciate the fact that we now have an avenue to express our passion for our teams. We should consider ourselves fortunate that WDN and its sister publications have increased their coverage of prep sports. You don’t see this kind of coverage in the LA Times or the OC Register.

    I don’t beileve there is a concentrated effort to purposely feature one team over the other. The WDN wants to sell newspapers, so they go where the stories are. It cracked me me up when one blogger accused Roger of getting his kicks out of making the Whittier Cardianls look bad. He was just reporting what happened. Geez, where was that blogger when the WDN showed Whittier the love later in the week with the article about the 4 running backs. See…an interesting story…and they went to where the story was.

    Like Emerson said, be proud of our local teams.

  • loveshsfootball

    the reason we so-called knock LS is because the other schools dont get equal coverage and they shoukld but lets be honest-the del rio league is one of the weaker leagues in the area and all theses schools would have trouble competing in other leagues-good example is LS in basketball where they win league but always get whipped in the playoffs. ok im off my soapbox now.

  • Emerson

    I’d agree that top to bottom, there are stronger leagues in the same CIF division, but Del Rio is by no means the weakest in Division III. These things fluctuate year to year, and in certain sports lower division schools can even compete very well against the bigger schools, especially in sports that don’t put a premium on physical size as in football and basketball. In baseball, for example, Sonora (Division IV) has done well in a tough pre-season schedule and tournaments with Division I and II schools. (Of course, they’re loaded with players who live in other areas and get transfers to attend the school instead of La Habra, La Serna or Cal where the kids actually live. They don’t recruit, but good players do gravitate to what are perceived to be good programs).

    And loveshsfootball, if your beef is with the alleged over-coverage by the Daily News, why bash LS? The kids and coaches at LS have nothing to do with that. Hit the target you’re aiming at, dude.

  • Atoyac

    I know I am off topic but it is a damm shame what CIF pulled on the entire Del Rio League. To read the paper Saturday Morning and see Grisby 39 Carries 213 yards is pitfull. There are some adults out there who need to look themselves in the mirror because they have no honor for this great game we all love. It is too bad that the Whittier Union District would allow someone to work for this district who has a “what ever it takes” attitude to win. What is going to happen next year when another player from a local school tranfers to Cal Hi? I guess time will tell. And to CIF KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK YOU ARE DOING YOU A GREAT JOB!! MAY BE YOU SHOULD HAVE RECOMEDED YOUR PURSUING VICTORY WITH HONOR ONE-DAY COACHES TRAINING TO CAL HI AND THERE COACHING STAFF as offerred in your website!!

  • Chieftain Alumni

    Atoyac…AMEN to that!!!!!

    My only hope is the CIF office’s phone rings off the hook Monday from the entire southern section because they have really opened a can of worms with this one. And Matt Navarro’s parents should be first in line!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Great Win Whittier Chr.

    Lets try and get La Serna next year and own the area.

  • Fan

    Why don’t you put this on the front page? How Cal used a St.Paul kid to beat Santa Fe. 25 game un-beaten in league. Oh I forgot it wasn’t Whittier!!!!!!!

  • loveshsfootball

    where are the santa fe fans?-whats the deal with santa fe walikng off the field without shaking hands after the cal game?-very poor sportsmanship-i know they are not used to losing league games but have some class mahlstede!-anybody else have opinios on that?

  • Condor60

    Everyone needs to stop complaining about Grigsby going to Cal Hi. He had practiced with Cal Hi all summer and at the lastr second went back to St. Paul, and then back to Cal Hi. Besides, it’s not like Santa Fe has all horrible players and it was an unfair advantage to them for us to have Grigsby. They have plenty of great players on their team. And they have had plenty of great players in past years as well. No one complained about all of Santa Fe’s great players from these past 5 unbeaten years. How come no one is talking baout Santa Fe’s transfer from Pasadena? Santa Fe always has great players every year and no one complains about it but the second Cal Hi gets a good player everyone is up in arms about it.

  • Anonymous 2

    loveshsfootball,

    When you watch kids jump for joy for finally beating an opponent that has not been beaten for five years it should give, even the opposing coach, some joy.

    But when you know that the one factor that beat you should not have been there in the first place, it could lead a coach to forget about sportsmanship.

    Class should be shown to Navarro, the kid Ancich hung up to dry.

  • loveshsfootball

    to anonymous-it would be a good game if wc could play LS-but it will never happen- LS only plays teams with winless records-as a matter of fact they are looking to play the oakland raiders next year!-WC has way too good of a record for LS to play!

  • Fan

    Roger Murray,
    Why haven’t you put Santa Fe loss to Cal-Hi on the front page Saturday morning? Thats right it WHS.WHittier must of had a bad game last week when they played WC. They looked good when thet played PH. Come on Roger PUT SANTA FE ON THE FRONT PAGE. 25 game winning un-beaten in league. That front page stuff.

  • Anonymous

    It was actually the smart thing to do. There would have been a brawl at the 50 if the Santa Fe kids walked out there. Cal was going nuts, throwing helmets up in the air and stuff like that. It could have got crazy! Miami – Florida Int. all over again.

  • Chieftain Alumni

    Loveshsfootball:

    The freshman game ended in a fight. There was a near fight at the JV game between a few coaches that end up with the Cal bus driving behind the school chanting Santa Fe sucks while hanging out of the bus as they left. To the JV head coach.pure class act by the way.

    So why would Santa Fe even think of shaking their hands after the varsity game win or lose? The ex-St Paul coaches at Cals are bring their brand of crap to the Del Rio league. There is a reason Santa Fe stopped playing St Paul. And I fear its only going to get worse if CIF doesnt step in!! Okay Cal you got Grigsby to play and he did what he was supposed to do in helping you beat SF and hell probably bring you a league title this year so make sure you savor it unless you can pull another rabbit out of your hat for next year. All private schools better take stock of your players. On a personal note I thought it was pretty ironic at the game when Grigsby went down just before the end if regulation and the entire Cal side went silent. I swear I heard a collective GASP as if all Cals dreams were going to blow up in their faces.

    So does anyone know Matt Navarros opinion of the game???? He just might have the best view of the rest of their season this year. But then again Im sure they might blow a team or two out before the end of the season and hell get to handle the ball again after Grigsby does his job. Is it to late for his to transfer to St Paul?????

  • Chieftain Alumni

    Hey Roger,

    Are you going to call CIF today and post the number of complaints they received today for us???????????????

  • El Rancho

    Romeo Pellum came from Serra High School in Gardena, where is all this pasadena stuff coming from?

  • Football Fan

    People I don’t understand you. If Grigsby had transfered to your school you would be so happy but he didn’t. He went to Cal so what! He and his family picked Cal. Get over it. Plain and simple, it sounds like sour grapes! Just play ball and quit worrying about everyone else.

  • Chieftain Alumni

    Hey Football Fan……What sour grapes???? Grigsby didnt choose any other school because no one else recruited him!!!!!! How about you take the blinders off!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    There is a reason Santa Fe stopped playing St Paul. SP beat that ass everytime I checked. Not a SP fan but its obvious if SF plays SP then SP would draw all the local talent to SP. Thats what used to happen and would happen if they played again and SP won. What could SF sell if SP beats them year in and year out. Go to SF we cant beat SP butr we win league and make semis every year???

  • LSglory

    Chieftain Alumni, Stop being such a cry baby, most of your posts are whinning, blame them, blame Everyone! The real reason why you cry babies stopped playing St Paul, is because SF always lost.. Just like you do in the post season… And another thing, Murray doesn’t want the Santa Fe whinners on the front page! whaaa!

  • Spartanjoe

    Hey Anonymous, to own the area you would have to go though St Paul and Santa fe, to name a couple. I don’t think you have the horses…

  • Emerson

    loveshsfootball, your insecurity is showing again. My diagnosis is LSDS-La Serna Derangement Syndrome. Get help man!

  • Anonymous

    Actually Football Fan, Grigsby attempted to get into Pioneer before Cal High. There Principal declined the transfer for obvious reasons! So…there are peole out there with some dignity and credability still!

  • condor01

    I was at the JV game the team was getting ready to shake hands but santa fe just took a knee. So then the JV coach said,” 6 and 0
    the whole team was celebrating but no one was yelling and chanting Santa Fe Sucks ima proud parent and i know the coach would not do that and on teh bus the only thing that they were chanting was the Every Where we go chant.

  • Condor60

    YES!!! THANK YOU FOOTBALL FAN!!! someone finally gets it.

  • Another Santa Fe Dad

    Romeo Pellum sat out last season, following CIF rules.

    The loss at Cal Hi started in the first quarter when Santa Fe blew 2 4th down conversions within field goal range.

  • Chieftain Alumni

    Ya, Santa Fe stopped playing St Paul because they always beat our asses and the constant fights between the two had nothing to do with it..Good Call!!

    Grigsby going to Cal isnt a Santa Fe Cal issue. Its a Cal Del Rio League issue, we just happened to be the first team to play them. Lets wait and see how the rest of the league fairs versus The Cal High Grigsbys. If you are all content with Cal beating Santa Fe then your season is a success no matter where you finish.

    LSglory whaa, whaa, whaa our preseason record is legit and we deserve to be ranked as high as we are.? Are you and the rest of the La Serna faithful ready for another third place finish in league???? The view from the top might change but youre still going to end up stuck in the middle again!!!!!!! Go unbeaten in league five years straight in football and maybe you can use all caps for the glory part of your tag as well. Or you could just wait for the girls waterpolo blogs.

  • Condor60

    thank you Another Santa Fe Dad, someone finally isn’t blaming the loss on Grigsby. It takes a whole team to win. not just one player. but thank you.

  • Highlander Fan

    Dear Anonymous,
    If you want to own this area, you might try scheduling La Habra!!
    Trust me, your coach would never let that happen.

  • Emerson

    Chieftain alum: I’ll wait for the Baseball blog. LS’s freshman team from last year, which went 21-0 and beat second place Cal 12-2 and 20-1 in the last two games of the season (and destroyed your SF kids as well), would have smoked the SF varsity, no doubt.

    SF..good football and wrestling, but what else?

    The SF kids should show some respect: they’ll be working for the LS kids in a few years.

  • Anonymous 2

    Condor60,

    You sound a little insecure. Worried that no one respects your team now that you’ve cheated your way to victory? Worried that the only thing your team is known for is a runningback that shouldn’t be there? Well guess what, you should be worried because you’re right and that is never going to change.

    Find comfort in the fact that you were on the team that beat helpless 0-7 Bassett, lost to Schurr, and beat a 1-5 Buena Park team, 17-7.

    We’ll just put an asterisk by your league record now that the California Girigsbys have defeated Santa Fe. At least you’ll have your memories of the preseason when you were a, somewhat, respespectable team.

  • Anonymous 2

    California Condors/Grigsbys 2006 Record:

    Condors v. RHS(5-1) L14-19
    Condors v. ELHS(2-4) W35-13
    Condors v. BHS(0-7) W44-6
    Condors v. SHS(3-3) L13-21
    Condors v. BPHS(1-5) W17-7
    Grigsbys v. SFHS W21-20*

    * denotes team name change on 10/13/06, and false confidence.

  • Another Santa Fe Dad

    I’m not blaming Grigsby for the loss, but I’d create him with the win. Without him, Cal Hi had nothing.

  • Jmoney

    Condor60,

    You have to be kidding right. Grigsby tore it up all alone plain and simple. He was a one man show. He made something out of nothing. With out Nick you guys get smashed. He told me himself without him you guys are nothing… Ask him im sure he will say it to your face….

  • LSGlory

    Hey Chief whinner alumni,

    Yeah, your pre-season is legit alright… Let’s face it you guys haven’t exactly been burning up the score board.. The reality is That SF is not a strong team and is on the downswing. It seems to brother you when there is another successful team in the area! If you guys are so good why aren’t you guys playing the D1 schools? Unbeaten for five years! Maybe it’s time for you guys to move up Div II or at least DivIII? When was the last time you played a legit school like Amat, or St John, Or Los Al? We aren’t pounding our chest here, it’s you cry babies who are upset because Murray is just passing Kudos to our current success. Face it everyone knows SF recuits..

  • Del Rio Fan

    I was wondering is Whittier football going to surprise anyone in league and does anyone think they are a legit team to worry about?

  • El Rancho

    We will see about whittier tonight.

  • Chieftain Alumni

    lsglory:

    Open mouth insert foot!!!! Maybe you should do some research to get you facts straight. Santa Fes preseason schedule since 2001 has always contained at least one team that is D3 or better including having played D1s Edison and Fountain Valley and has never contained a team lower than D8. With the exception of playing D3 Warren this year would you care to elaborate on LSs preseason schedule over the years or shall I do the research for you? If you do dont forget to include the D12 school you played. Be honest did you play back before they had helmets???????

    The glories all yours.

  • Chieftain Alumni

    Ooop, I must correct myself. We did play Orange Lutheran when they were only D11 but they did leap frog to D6 by the following year. Sorry I over looked that fact.

    Whittier is a physical team as always again this year and should never be over looked especially with the backs they have but I just think on a personal note that their secondary is very suspect.

    Anonymous 2 you ROCK!!!!!

    Hey Emerson, I thought you were going to wait for the baseball blogs??? Maybe you should take something for that premature pop off. 8

  • Emerson

    Hey Chief, you made the crack about girls water polo. So, not only are you sexist, but you make some lame posts. If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen (I guesss the kitchen is only for girls, right?)

    By the way, alumni is plural, alum is the singular…you can’t even get your screen name right.

  • LSglory

    Chief whinner alumni, You just don’t get it.. I said Legit teams.. You seem to have a problem reading.. We are not the one’s here screaming and crying. FV, Warren, Downey, These are lower div schools they may as well be in Div 7.. Ok, even easier for you play a top 10 ranked team?? You talk the talk, walk the walk. In simple terms, schedule some true caliber opposition, step up to plate! Leave this div, and get some real competition. Since you guys claim to dominate this league year in and year out! How about scheduling OL next year?

  • Anonymous 2

    California Condors/Grigsbys 2006 Record:

    Condors v. RHS(5-1) L14-19
    Condors v. ELHS(2-4) W35-13
    Condors v. BHS(0-7) W44-6
    Condors v. SHS(3-3) L13-21
    Condors v. BPHS(1-5) W17-7
    Grigsbys v. SFHS W21-20*
    Grigsbys v. LSHS W21-14*

    * denotes team name change on 10/13/06, and false confidence.

  • Chieftain Alumni

    lsglory: so am I reading your blog correctly? Id hate to miss quote you. Are you saying that Edison wasnt a legitimate D1 school at the time we played them with Brian Shrock at qb? 2003 was a close game but Edison whipped us in 2004 only to get beat later that season by Fountain Valley and guess who ends up on our schedule the following year..FV?? As for us leaving the division we dont get to make that decision. We are where CIF says we should be and if you disagree with that then I guess you should write to them and stop acting like we have anything to do with it. I see you failed to elaborate on LS preseason schedule. Was that just an oversight or are you just unable to defend your preseason over the past few years including this years 5-0 preseason record????

    Emerson: how did that comment make me sexist? La Serna has an awesome girls water polo program which seems to carry over to their swim team. Should there be blogs on that subject then LS can talk all they want. Thanks for the English lesson. Maybe some day you can give me a job???

  • Emerson

    Hey Chief:

    You know what you meant by throwing in a comment about “girl’s ____” in a blog about guy’s sports. But if you truly meant it as a compliment to LS water polo, and not a knock on LS football and its fans, my apologies. I have a daughter, and girls deserve respect, right? Good luck to the Chiefs and Lancers this Thursday.

    I’ve always been a stickler for proper grammer and spelling. Oh well. Stick around come baseball season, if you like Chief hardball as well.

  • Spartanjoe

    LSglory…

    Chieftain will never get it! There are some people who go though life with blinders on, or their cerebral cortex is malfunctioning!

  • Anonymous 2

    California Condors/Grigsbys 2006 Record:

    Condors v. RHS(5-1) L14-19
    Condors v. EMHS(2-4) W35-13(f)
    Condors v. BHS(0-7) W44-6(f)
    Condors v. SHS(3-3) L13-21
    Condors v. BPHS(1-5) W17-7(f)
    Grigsbys v. SFHS W21-20*(f)
    Grigsbys v. LSHS W21-14*

    * denotes team name change on 10/13/06, and false confidence.
    (f) forfeit for being DAMN CHEATERS

  • just a mom

    Anonymous 2- Does this have anything to do with the topic?