Playing in Blythe on Friday, the Imperial Football Tigers nearly erased Palo Verde Valley High from existence, defeating the thoroughly Yellowjackets by a score of 61-0.
EL CENTRO — Imperial High School senior quarterback Santiago De La Torre celebrated his 18th birthday Friday and gave himself a night to remember as the Tigers delivered a 49-7 victory over Southwest at Eagle Field.
They say a win is a win, and if that’s true, congratulations are in order for the Vincent Memorial Scots, who padded their record this past weekend at the expense of Escondido Charter.
IMPERIAL — For decades, Brawley Union High’s football program has been known for its ground-and-pound style. So when the Wildcats needed a fourth-quarter, game-winning drive, it’s no surprise they ran the ball 10 straight times to score and beat Imperial, 20-19, in the Imperial Valley League…
IMPERIAL — Despite a solid first quarter of play, the Imperial High football team could not contain the Valley Center Jaguars, falling 40-14 at Shimamoto-Simpson Stadium here on Friday night.
IMPERIAL — The Imperial High and Holtville High football teams began a rivalry in 1940. Dubbed the Imperial Valley Classic, the rivalry was renewed after a 10-year hiatus on Friday with the Tigers cruising to a dominating, 46-0, victory.
“The kids really don’t know about it. But the parents know. The towns know. The fire will be re-lit on Friday” — Holtville High Coach Jason Turner on the resumption of the IV Classic.
We’re in the thick of it now. Football season is well and truly upon us, and you can feel it. There’s a little extra something in the air, a nose-tickling crackle of ambient electricity. We’ve put to bed the question of how to fill up those lazy Friday evenings and busted our portable seat c…
IMPERIAL — School may not be in session, but the Imperial High School football team still took to Shimamoto-Simpson Stadium to open its season against Cibola here on Friday night.
BRAWLEY — It wasn’t the prettiest second half of football, but thanks to a high-powered first half of play, the Brawley Union High School football team worked to hold off Imperial High School 27-20 in the 10th Game of the Week of the season at Warne Field here on Friday night.
IMPERIAL — The Imperial High School football team began its Imperial Valley League slate in strong fashion with a 58-0 shutout against the turnover-prone Calexico High School Bulldogs at Shimamoto-Simpson Stadium here on Friday night.
IMPERIAL — Facing a 14-point deficit and a dwindling clock, the Imperial High School football team staged a stunning comeback to tie Yuma Catholic 34-34 with 1:59 left in the game here on Friday night.