Alhambra California Sports
No 11 Diamond Bar catches a pass for a touchdown against the Alhambra in the second half of a high school football game on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Alameda, Ala. California No 12 Al Hambra knocks down a pass from DiamondBar during the fourth quarter of a high school football game at Diamond Bars Stadium on Saturday, November 5, 2017, at Almaden Stadium in Los Angeles.
Vidhan Gurung, 7, of Alhambra runs for a touchdown against Diamond Bar during the second half of a high school football game at Almaden Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 5, 2017. Issac Hernandez (6) and Al Hambra run for touchdowns during a high school football game against the Diamond Bars on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Alameda, Ala.
The number 12 running back scores a touchdown against the Giants during the second half of a high school football game at Almaden Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 5, 2017.
D defense meets Jacob Nieto (8) of Alhambra during the second half of a high school football game at Almaden Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 5, 2017. Superlative quarterback Noah Rodriguez threw a touchdown and two interceptions to help Al Hambra to a 14-7 victory over Diamond Bar in the first round of the California State High School Football League playoffs. 2 in his career, with 2,000 yards and 18 touchdowns against Diamond Bar.
In 1988, the team reached the fourth place in The Times and first place in Orange County, reaching the CIF semifinals and losing to Los Angeles City College, San Gabriel Valley and San Bernardino County. The varsity team, coached by former Alhambra alumni Samantha Kirkhouse, won the Pacific League, a feat that was quite the feat given the league in which some of the really good teams played. Unfortunately, Al Hambra had a few years off in the early 2000s, but has returned to what his football team expected from 2006, except for a losing streak of two games in the last three games.
He turns 70 in August and would like to believe his best days are yet to come. He would like to point out that he went to USC's practice twice a week before the start of his basketball season. If you're a fan of the Alhambra High School football team, or even just a football fan, I guess you have your weekly USC football fix for the day, even if you don't come to closed workouts.
At the time, he considered attending Edison's football games, but didn't do so until his final year in high school. He joined the football program, which was a major power in the CIF Division 1 in 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1981. He became a member of the football team at Alhambra High School, for which he still has his season tickets.
When he entered Alhambra High School in 1964, he loved sports until his final year in high school. While he was playing basketball at Al Hambra and coach Patrick continued to try to get him to play football, and he did not feel that he would learn anything from the Alambra team and that they showed on the court, he continued playing basketball until the end of his senior year.
By the way, it didn't matter if it was baseball, basketball or football, all he ever wanted to do was play ball, and he fell in love with baseball because he played the game in his spare time before he bought his house from G.I. Bill. The Dodgers were still in Brooklyn in 1954, so I just want to play ball.
The funny thing is that I basically never heard about USC football as a teenager, but I heard they had a guy called John Rudometkin, one of my uncle Eddie's best friends from high school. My dad would take me to the Bruins games, and after that I would go to the UCLA locker room. In retrospect, when there were no Major League Baseball teams, it was crazy that my parents would let me on my 4-year-old bicycle to buy a baseball card from the liquor store. When UCLA hired me after my senior season, my father and uncle Eddie loved the Sports Arena, where we watched basketball games with center John Rudolph and teammates Chris Appel and Wells Sloniger.