April 24, 2013 • 414 views
“The God of Angel Armies is
always by my side.”
I loved the Knicks with Bernard King, wasn’t into them with Patrick Ewing, but I could get into them (as much as I can get into basketball these days) making a long, long playoff run.
Yeah, Matt Kemp is not hitting. Andre Ethier is what he is. Adrian Gonzalez…yeah, that dude is alright.
But why is everyone so uptight about the Dodgers slow start? Look at the rest of their infield? Look at the bench. Punto? Schumacher? Uribe? Sellers?
The slow start is easy to explain, they’re not a very good team right now.
It’s throwing season…
Keep an eye on Gabrielino’s Elijah Peters…He’s only going to be a junior and he has an excellent receiver in Jeremy Franco.
Don’t want to upset the Monrovia faithful, but right now I believe Downey would run all over the Wildcats if they were to play.
Bad trade by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Cornerback Darrelle Revis’s best days are behind him and he costs too much. There were loud sighs of relief that blew west this last weekend. One the bad guys in the Boston bombings were caught. Two, the New York Jets were ecstatic at getting rid of Revis and his contract.
Only Add Lakers: Dwight Howard jump shooter.
Bad week for Sunday night football…Faith Hill has retired from singing the opening and now Al Michaels has been popped for driving under the influence.
The next HC at Arcadia will be happy to have a healthy Joey Harmon next fall.
By the way, who is the next HC at Arcadia.
Love the NFL Draft.
I like the idea of the Rams taking Eddie Lacy out of Alabama.
Consider yourself a deluxe Rams fan if you remember who Don Klosterman was.
El Monte High School will be running its football camp for the community on Saturday, June 8th. If interested contact El Monte football HC Joel Sanchez at 626-258-5045 or EMFTBL@yahoo.com (Only 120 spots are available.)
I’m really starting to get a feeling for fantasy baseball…At least for now, it might change if I start to lose.
Okay, Lakers One More Time: Does anyone remember a guy named Andrew Bynum?
And since we’re talking about returning standouts in the Mission Valley League you still want to keep an eye on Arroyo DT Robert Sanchez. At 6-1 250 as a sophomore in 2012 he figures to only get bigger over the next two years.
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