2014 Brea freshmen vs. Sonora

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Sonora survives to beat Brea Olinda

OC Register
STAFF WRITER

LA HABRA – If Hollywood scripted a film about a high school football rivalry, it would have played out exactly like the nonleague contest between Brea Olinda and host Sonora on Friday at La Habra High.

The decades-old rivalry featured huge momentum swings and came down to a 34-yard field-goal try by the Wildcats with just over a minute remaining.

Jason Clayton broke through and blocked the attempt to preserve a 29-28 victory for Sonora.

The game was a mirror image of last year’s matchup in which Sonora (2-0) came up short after failing to convert a two-point conversion late in the game.

“I was proud of our kids,” Sonora coach Paul Chiotti said. “In the second half, things weren’t going right for us offensively and defensively and when they needed to, they stepped up and made a play.”

The Raiders dominated early and took a 21-7 lead into the half.

But the Wildcats (0-1) stormed back with three consecutive touchdowns, including two in the fourth quarter, to take a 28-21 lead with 3:20 remaining.

The Raiders started the ensuing drive on their own 35-yard line and moved quickly to the 50 after a personal foul on the Wildcats.

Another 15-yard penalty on Brea Olinda later in the drive gave Sonora a first-and-goal from the 10.

Then Jacob Fimbres, who finished with 177 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries, ran up the middle for a 10-yard touchdown.

Fimbres then ran in the two-point conversion to give Sonora a 29-28 lead with 2:26 left.

Brea Olinda drove from its 44 to the Sonora 17 when Clayton blocked Matteo Miralaie’s field goal attempt.

After being held to minimal yards in the first half, Brea Olinda’sBilly Hanley finished with 160 yards and three touchdowns on 33 carries.

Sonora quarterback Cole McDonald completed 11 of 22 passes for 125 yards and a touchdown.

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Photos courtesy of Brenda Severson

Brea vs. Valencia Sept. 11th-12th, 2014

2013 Valencia game photos and info

Freshmen Schedule

Who: Valencia Tigers
When: Thursday, September 11th,  2014, 3:15pm
Where:  Brea High School, 789 Wildcat way Brea, CA. 92821

JV Schedule

Who: Valencia Tigers
When:  Thursday, Setember 11th, 2014, 3:15pm
Where: Valencia High School, 500 Bradford Ave. Placentia, CA 92870

Varsity Schedule

Who: Valencia Tigers-POP WARNER NIGHT
When: Friday, September 12th, 2014, 7:00pm
Where: Brea High School football stadium, 789 Wildcat Way, Brea CA. 92821

Valencia High School Football Stadium Map

Booster Club Meeting- Weds. Oct. 1st

Get involved with your child’s high school experience. Support our high school football team and get involved in our BOHS Football Wildcat Boosters Club. The Brea High School Football Boosters Club assists our athletic program with the necessary tools to help ensure a positive experience for athletes, staff, and families. We provide a multitude of services such as: fundraisers, dinners/banquets, athletic uniforms, and equipment with generous donations from our community and sponsors.

Next Meeting: Wednesday, October 1st 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
Location: BOHS Cafeteria, Brea Ca.

If you would like to contribute a donation or receive more information about our events, please contact us.

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2014 Gameday Gear- due August 15th, 2014

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2014 wildcat game gear
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Brea Football Car Wash- July 12, 2014

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William Truong Fundraiser

Wildcat family:

Competition can truly be an inspiring event to partake of, both as a spectator and as a participant in the arena itself. I have been blessed to have many dear friendships come my way through competition, and many of those friends have made major contributions in my life. We have an opportunity to help make a difference in the life of a “friend” I have come to know in the past four years.

Would you consider joining me in an effort to support a young man and his family as he and they face a monumental challenge. You may have recently read in the OC Register of the tragic accident that occurred in the life of a local football player / track and field athlete from Esperanza High School.

William Truong was severely hurt in a trampoline accident Monday 6/9/14, just days after winning the bronze medal in the CIF State Track Meet.

I obviously have never coached Will, but I have had the HONOR to come to know this young man through competition both on the football field as well as on the track. He is an amazing athlete, but over and above that, an even more amazing person. He is a humble, respectful, gracious, honorable competitor.

Will is going to be facing his biggest challenge ever in the coming days as he undergoes an extensive rehabilitation process.

Please consider joining me and many others who have been so positively impacted by this wonderful young man, by contributing to a fund to help off-set the enormous cost of the necessary medical attention he will need. Please go to the link below to read the tragic details but more importantly to make whatever contribution you can, large or small in an effort to help Will and his family face this challenge.

 

Coach Perrance

http://www.youcaring.com/other/will-truong-fundraiser/190406

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2014 BOHS Freshmen Football Info

2014 BOHS FRESHMEN FOOTBALL
INFORMATION

 

Click here for printable version of 2014 BOHS football physical packet and forms.

1.   Freshmen weight lifting begins on June 30th at 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

  •   Report to the weight lifting room around the back of the gym
  •   Freshmen must have their completed Athletic Packet and signed Physical prior to participating in any part of the program. Please be sure to have your player turn these documents into Coach Perrance before submitting to the Activities Office. Summer Camp money can be turned in at this time.
  •   Physical Forms can be found at www.bohsfootball.com

2.   Freshmen Summer Football Camp begins on June 30th

  • $300 per player
  • Practice is Monday through Thursday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
  • There will be some exceptions to the schedule, your player will be notified or you can visit our calendar at www.bohsfootball.com
  • Report to the weight lifting room around the back of the gym
  • If your Freshmen hasn’t already submitted their completed Athletic Packet and signed Physical, they must do so prior to participating in any part of the program. Please be sure to have your player turn these documents into Coach Perrance before submitting to the Activities Office. Summer Camp money can be turned in at this time.

3.   Freshmen Parent Mandatory Meeting with Head Coach Perrance on Tuesday, July 8th @ 6:30 pm

  • BOHS Cafeteria or Gym
  • One parent and player mandatory
  • Arrive no later than 6:30, as you will need to check in with following tables:
  • Season Expectations, Membership / Adopt-A-Wildcat, Ad Sales and Tributes, and Snack Shack / Merchandise Duty

4.   Adopt-A-Wildcat Kick-off on July 10th

  • Each player is expected to provide five names, addresses, and postage stamps

5.   BOHS Football Car Wash on July 12th

  • All players are expected to sell at minimum ten (10) tickets and work the event
  • Your player will be advised of their reporting time
  • Player will be submitting the Adopt-A-Wildcat completed envelopes at check-in

6.   Community Card Fundraiser Kick-off on July 9th

  • Each player is expected to sell at minimum ten (10) cards

7.   Jamba Juice Card Fundraiser Kick-off – TBA

  • Each player is expected to sell a minimum fifteen (15) cards

8.   Program Ads and Tributes Due August 1st

  • Each player is expected to sell a minimum of four (4) ads or tributes

9.   Double-Single-Double Days Begin on August 11th

  • Practice is Monday through Saturday
  • Morning Session – 7:30 to 10am
  • Afternoon Session – 4 to 6:30pm
  • Saturday – Single Practice – TBA

10.   Madden Day on August 23rd

11.   Kick Off Dinner – TBA

  • More information to follow

12.   Picture Day on August 29th

  • Varsity at 9am, Junior Varsity and then Frosh to follow

All schedules are subject to change, your player will be notified or you can visit our calendar at www.bohsfootball.com

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Brea Football June Carwash Pictures

Compliments of Brenda Severson.

June 2014 car wash

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Sports Physicals at BOHS- June 11th, 2-5pm

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Click here for printable version of 2014 BOHS football physical packet and forms

2014 Football Physical Info and Forms

Click here for printable version of 2014 BOHS football physical packet and forms.

 

NO STUDENT WILL BE ENROLLED IN A SUMMER ATHLETIC PERIOD, TRYOUTS, CONDITIONING, ETC., UNTIL ALL FORMS ARE COMPLETED.

COMPLETE ALL INFORMATION AND SIGN ALL FORMS – TURN INTO THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE

FORMS REQUIRED FOR SPORTS:

     1.  Brea Olinda High School Athletic Clearance Form /CIF Eligibility

The student’s eligibility and the team’s win-loss record may depend on information provided. CIF Blue Book Rule 230 – Falsification of Information:“Student(s) or parent(s) who knowingly fail to provide complete and accurate information regarding eligibility to participate in athletics shall be declared ineligible to represent their school in any sport for one year following the date of the discovery of the falsified information. The student(s) may be reinstated only by action of the Executive Committee.”

  1. Brea Olinda High School Physical Examination Form – 2 sided form

     This Form is to be completed and signed by athletes and cheerleaders for each sport each year.

Complete the first page of the form; the second page is to be completed by your physician. Incoming freshman athletes and student athletes new to BOHS are required to have a physical dated after June 1st of their eighth grade year. STUDENT MUST COMPLETE HISTORY INFORMATION PRIOR TO PHYSICAL. Please have your doctor complete the other side and have his/her office stamp placed below the signature line.

  1. Insurance Information/Agreement Form

All athletes must have medical insurance coverage before they will be allowed to try out or practice. If you have family coverage, note the insurance company’s name/policy number on the form. If you wish to purchase insurance, pick up a student accident insurance brochure from the Athletic Secretary return completed form to Activities office for processing. School insurance forms are available in the activities office if you wish to purchase insurance through Meyers Stevens & Toohey & Co. Inc.

  1. Code of Ethics – Athletes: please read, by signing both Parent and Student agree to the Code of Ethics for Athletes

Boys Athletic Director: Mike Knaus     714-990-7850 ext. 1501Email: mknaus@bousd.us

Girls Athletic Director: Jill Matyuch   714-990-7850 ext. 1510   Email: jmatyuch@bousd.us

 

Brea Olinda High School Athletic Website: http://bohs-bousd-ca.schoolloop.com/athletics

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NCAA College Recruiting Workshop-Saturday, May 10th,2014 – Laguna Hills

It’s almost summertime… This is the FINAL Event of the 2013-14 school year and we really do need your help to spread the news!  This this is a really great Event for the sports families at Brea Olinda High School. 

Will you please help spread the news… Simply post this information on your schools website, E-mail, Text, Facebook, Twitter or whatever!   (Flyer available upon request)

As an alumnus of Corona del Mar high school; for over 13 years now I have been providing quality recruiting information to “OC” sports families.  I have worked personally with many families from our local area in the past and currently.  The families who attend an Event like the one mentioned below have found the information very beneficial and helpful.  I am hopeful you will forward this information to the families within your program; all competition levels welcome.   Thank you and I sincerely appreciate your efforts.”  Jennifer Noonan, President and Founder, College Sports Quest

What:  NCAA College Recruiting Workshop 

For: Parents & High School Student-Athletes

When:   Saturday, May 10th from 10-11am 

Where:   Laguna Hills Community Center

Hosted by:   Jennifer Noonan, College Sports Quest 

> No cost to attend but reservations are required.

> Space is Limited (first-come, first-serve basis)

> Online Registration (www.collegesportsquest.com) – Contact Us

NOTE: Please register for this Event ONLY if you are able to attend, thank you.

> To confirm your reservation, we’ll send an E-mail including more details about the Event.

NCAA College Recruiting Workshop described as “Dynamic, Informative & Relevant!”

> Learn about College Recruiting; what really happens & how it works

> Important information about the NCAA & NAIA rules, dates and deadlines

> NCAA & NAIA Eligibility Centers Information

> Athletic & Academic Scholarships and Financial Aid information

> Find out how to get ahead of the Competition and Valuable Information about attending College Camps

> How Social Media affects College Recruiting and You

> Find out if Playing College Sports is in Your Future

> Learn how to MAXIMIZE your chances of getting into the “realistic” colleges of your choice

BONUS:  The College Recruiting Process, and how to get started!

To view a short (four minute) Presentation video: http://collegesportsquest.com/pages/EVENTS

If you have any questions, or would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Again, thank you for helping to spread the news about this Event! 

Jennifer Noonan, President & Founder

College Sports Quest (2001-14)

(949) 673-6322 

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college recruiting article: http://www.highschoolillustrated.com/recruiting-101-341

“You will miss 100% of the shots you never take.”  Wayne Gretzky

Since 2001, College Sports Quest has educated thousands of Orange County & Southern Californian families about college sports.  Our passion is sports and helping young people… If you are serious about playing in college, College Sports Quest will help you get there!