Hardly a season passes in which one or more South Bay football stars donat shine in major college or NFL play. Vince Ferragamo led the Rams to a Super Bowl, but in Wilmington, heas the pride of Banning High School. Before he was televisionas Hunter or an NFL All-Pro, Fred Dryer was an El Camino College and Lawndale High star. Wesley Walker snagged deep passes for the New York Jets but honed his skills under legendary coach Gene Vollnogle for the Carson High Colts, historically the top prep team in the South Bay. From the inspirational coaches like Mira Costaas Don Morrow and San Pedroas Mike Walsh to the greatest players raised here, author Don Lechman presents the full story of South Bay gridiron glory.California has certainly had its share of the limelight, as De La Salle High School of Concord holdsthe national record of 151 consecutive games won from 1992 to2004. The best high school football program as of 2013 is Valdosta, Georgia, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Football in the South Bay|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2014-10-28|