CLOSER LOOK: Centennial’s Cam Jackson

Take a closer look at Corona Centennial senior Cameron Jackson and you’ll see the Huskies’ most consistent receiver this season. The 5-foot-8, 165-pound outside target caught 40 balls for 803 yards and 10 touchdowns, and was the only Huskies receiver to play in all 14 games so far in 2015. Jackson raised eyebrows with his … Continue reading

Prep Preview: Corona at Centennial

I’m covering the Corona-Corona Centennial varsity football game tonight, Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015, for The Press-Enterprise, HSGametime.pe.com & @PEcom_sports. The best part of this assignment will probably be the halftime snack buffet. Last week there was pumpkin raisin bread! THE LOW DOWN: The Panthers (5-3 overall, 1-2 Big VIII) were competitive against Norco in a … Continue reading

Prep Impressions: Week 8-B

I covered the Corona Santiago-Corona Centennial varsity football game on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015, for The Press-Enterprise, HSGametime.pe.com & @PEcom_preps, and came away thinking 19 is much better than 13. Centennial has defeated Santiago 19 consecutive times — not 13 as I wrote in my game story — and isn’t that just a better number … Continue reading

FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area WRs

PREP FOOTBALL 2015 BEST INLAND AREA RECEIVERS 1. Javon McKinley, Corona Centennial — Sure to be the most-recruited high school football player in the history of the Inland Area, McKinley has physical tools (6-foot-3, 200 pounds) that others at his position simply do not. 2. Khris Vaughn, Redlands East Valley — Emerged as strong-armed QB … Continue reading

Prep Impressions: Week 0

I covered the Salt Lake City (Utah) East-Corona Centennial varsity football game on Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, and came away thinking the Huskies were just priming the engine. Centennial (1-0 overall) got going on its first two drives of the game, both punctuated by long (45 yards) and short (1) runs from senior RB J.J. … Continue reading