At a kickoff party celebrating Loyola's 150th anniversary on Saturday night, school president Greg Goethals announced that all four Cubs home football games next season will be played on campus.
It's not supposed to happen in high school football at the varsity level, a pair of 5-foot-3 seniors nicknamed "Twin Towers" leading their team to a playoff victory.
There's nothing more you can say about the all-league team released by the Baseline League than to call it a fiasco.
Salesian didn't exactly have an easy time in the Angelus League this season. There was a 58-20 loss to Cathedral. There was a 46-15 loss to St. Francis. But those teams are pretty good.
So far, so good for most of the higher seeds in the City Section football playoffs. Now come the real showdowns in the quarterfinals.
Norco and Corona Centennial are five miles apart, so there must have been a full moon or something in the air on Friday night to explain what happened on the football fields of the two neighborhood rivals.
Everyone found out Friday night what happens when two no-huddle offenses filled with top athletes and reaching peak form collide in a playoff game.
First-year Coach Bill Coan has already accomplished something at Arleta High. He guided the Mustangs to their first-ever City Section Division I playoff victory on Friday with a 36-31 win over Palisades.