6:00 PM Bayer Steer Classic – Cattle Ring Proceeding west from Dawson Co-op Mall parking lot on 102 Avenue to 12th StreetSouth on 12th street to 103rd AvenueEast on 103rd Avenue to 10th StreetSouth on 10th Street to 13th StreetSouth on 13th Street to 114th Avenue, terminating through the back entrance of the Northern Lights College Campus 7:30 PM Steer Classic Auction Sale – Auction Mart 1:00 PM Light Horse Show BC Angus Gold show Exhibits Open to Public 7:00 PM Wool Fleece Judging 10:30 PM Fireworks – Advertisement – Friday, August 12, 2011 4:00 PM Outdoor Stage – Jack Jackson Steak BBQ Opens – “Waterin’ Hole” 8:00 AM Food & Trade Fair Booths Open on Grounds 1:15 PM Wrangler Canadian Pro Rodeo Tour Grand Entry 1:30 PM Wrangler Canadian Professional Rodeo Tour Junior Cattle Classic Show Junior Sheep Show 8:30 AM Light Horse Show Parade Route: 2:00 PM Rising Star Talent Show Run Offs – Sound Stage 5:30 PM Crazy Cowgirls Trick Riding Kids Wild Horse Race Western Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 6:30 PM World Professional Chuckwagon Assoc. Races 8:30 PM Deere John Band performs in the Waterin’ Hole 3:30 PM A4 & S6 Horse Hitch – Draft Horse Ring 12:00 PM West Coast Amusements Midway Opens 4-H Cattle Show “Waterin’ Hole” Opens McCoy Carriages – wagon rides EnCana Parking Lot & Camping Area to Grounds Agriculture Kids Zone (4-H Bldg) 4-H Beef Show Draft Horse Halter Show & Log Skid 7:00 AM Gates Open (Admission Charge) Wrangler “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” 10:00 AM Parade (Downtown) 8:00 PM Schilds Kurjata Kids Calf Scramble – Grandstand
So, the Eagles (1-3, 0-0) will host their league opener at 2 today against Kilpatrick (1-4, 0-0), and would love to get their league win out of the way with an unexpected future lying ahead. As it stands now, they don’t have another league game scheduled until Nov. 11, when they face Montclair Prep in the season finale. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “All we can control is what we do (today),” said Eagles first-year coach Johnny Lopez. “They (Kilpatrick) could be the best team in the league, so we have to be ready right off the bat.” The Mustangs have played the toughest competition, and are coming off a 35-2 loss to Grace Brethren. However, they notched a 32-0 victory over Paraclete and lost only 21-6 to Lancaster High, which is 5-1. “We know it’s going to be tough,” said Lopez, who team lost to Village Christian, 51-19 last week. “But we like that we’re getting them at home, and we’ll see what happens. Rio Hondo Prep (3-1) at Claremont Webb (2-3), 1:30 p.m. Never again doubt the Kares after a 50-0 victory over previously undefeated Maranatha last week. With only four teams in the Alpha League, every game is critical, and a victory virtually guarantees a playoff berth and top three finish. Marshall Fundamental had its league opener against North Hills’ L.A. Baptist postponed two weeks ago because of the fires in the San Fernando Valley. They’re trying to reschedule that game near the end of the month or early next month. The Kares begin defense of their Prep League title today against a Gauls team that has played only one team with a winning record. And they lost that game, 42-7, to Bishop’s School of La Jolla. Flintridge Prep (2-2) at Palos Verdes Chadwick (2-3), 2 p.m. The Rebels have answered their only two losses with wins the following week. So, coming off a 29-9 loss to St. Margaret’s, they should be due against the Dolphins. The task will be difficult. The Dolphins have been tough so far, losing two of their three games by only three points. Maranatha (4-1) vs. Downey Calvary Chapel (1-4) at Clark Field, Long Beach, 7 p.m. Coming off a 50-0 loss to Rio Hondo Prep, this is a game the Minutemen must have in their league opener against the only school with a losing record. The Delphic League is one of the toughest in Division XIII and schedule gets more difficult for Maranatha with games ahead against Campbell Hall (5-0), Whittier Christian (4-0) and Brentwood (4-1). Brentwood (4-1) at Pasadena Poly (2-2), 2 p.m. The Panthers finish nonleague action against another tough school on a three-game winning streak. The Eagles have a potent offense, averaging over 40 points a game in their last three victories. The Panthers are coming off 61-0 victory over Viewpoint. Fred J. Robledo can be reached at (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4485, or by e-mail at email@example.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!