CIF City Section 22, CIF Southern Section, 21 … does anyone care?

Saturday’s Fiesta Bowl All-Star high school football game at East Los Angeles College arguably was the better of two all-star games played over the weekend (the San Gabriel Valley Hall of Fame game was Friday at Bassett High School, won in lack-luster fashion by the East, 14-13).
Section and Schurr quarterback Joe Orduno continued to sparkle following his superb effort that led the Spartans to the CIF-SS Division VII championship in early December. This time, his touchdown passes to Julian De La Hay and Anthony Pines helped the Section stars to a 21-7 halftime lead, but a revised City defense produced too much pressure in the second half and set up the victory.
Was the City team really better? Did the Section team give it away? Did a seemingly change in the Section’s offensive philosophy (more conservative) after the first half make it easier for the City’s comeback? And who was the game’s outstanding player?

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  • Passing League

    I think th ecif was pathetically outcoached by a weal city staff. They were very predictable in there play calling the entire game. I expected more from Cantwells staff all in all they are very weak.

  • Whittier Parent

    Hey Murray
    Was that you at santa fe yesterday. Did you see the Whittier vs Cal game I know that Cal did not have there starting QB and there best WR was hurt but I don’t think that would have mattered the way Whittier played against them. Or did you see the Whittier vs Whittier Christian game now that was a war both teams played hard, got to give a slight edge to Whittier. Boy Murray if you missed that you missed, a great passing game.

  • murray

    Whittier Parent,
    Yes, I was at Santa Fe Tuesday afternoon. Greeat opportunity to get an early look at several area teams. Whittier did look good, especially at QB and receiver, but that’s not a surprise. Each team had a handful of players who performed impressively, and that’s always encouraging. Be sure to keep in mind some adjustments will occur once they put on the pads.

  • MITCHELL

    The Jordan’s still do not live in the La Serna district….

  • Here’s another cool camp

    Saw this on the other website
    July 21 @ 3:00 pm there will be a camp at Bishop Amat featuring current NFL players: Daylon McCutheon, Ralph Brown, Ryan Smith… Former NFL players: Kory Minor, Joey Getherall, Randy Tanner… College Greats: Chris Rix, Pernell Taylor, Brian Polak, Wesley Walker, Ramogi Huma, Jason Harris… The Cost is $50.00 and ages range from 1st grade- 8th grade… The Camp runs till 8… cleats & athletic shorts are required, water, a T- shirt, and food for all campers… if there any questions please contact Mark verti @ 626- 962-2495 ex 6001 or mverti@bishopamat.org

  • http://insight insight

    Hey Murray,
    Have you thought about linking your blog to the articles that the staff writers write? Like; “La Mirada hangs tuff in tourney” or “St.Paul flaws exposed”. That way conversations or questions could be addressed to that specific article?

  • JAMES

    JORDAN IS IN THE WHITTIER DISRICT GET A LIFE RETARD…..

  • Dan

    James,
    You mentioned the name Jordan, is the father’s name Conrad? I’m just curious cause I went to school & played ball with a Jordan in the 70′s.

  • Area Fan

    The dad’s name is Joey Jordan, played at Whittier College in the 80s I believe.

  • Flamed39

    Joey Jordan is Conrad Jordans cousin. Like joey, Conrad and his brother Lawrance Jordan (may he rest in peace)were great football players in the 70′s.