Mayfair Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 8 - 2
  • Conference Record: 3 - 0

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Fresh Start for Suburban League: Windjammer

By Alyssa Leyva It’s that time of year again as Mayfair’s varsity football team is back at it! The Suburban League season officially began Fri. Sept. 30 at 7 p.m., and the boys will be playing vs. Cerritos, at Cerritos. “I feel good. We’ve got a good football team out here,” said varsity football coach Derek Bedell.

Football routs Glenn

For the past four games, Mayfair has relied heavily on stout defense and an emergent rushing attack. Not much changed in Friday’s night win behind the efforts of Traveon Anderson and Chris Adimora. Anderson got things going for the Monsoons, taking a handoff in the first quarter 24 yards to the end zone to give

Mayfair seeks 5th straight win against Glenn

After a 1-3 preseason, the Monsoon football team (5-3, 4-0) is looking for their fifth straight win as they face off against the John Glenn Eagles (1-7, 0-4). Last season the Monsoons defeated the Eagles 58-0. A win for the Monsoons will likely set up a Suburban League title game next week against La Mirada

Football ranked in latest polls

The Mayfair Monsoon football team entered the CIF-SS polls for the first time since the preseason poll. In this week’s edition of the polls, the Monsoons moved from unranked to 5th in the Division 9 polls.  Since starting the season 1-3, the Monsoons have rattled off four straight wins behind strong defensive play and a

Soons win on Homecoming

For the third year in a row the Mayfair Monsoons defeated the Bellflower Buccaneers. Big plays highlighted the night for the Monsoons, with all six touchdowns over 40 yards en route to a 43-6 victory. Kai Emmsley found Ishamel Whittington on a 55-yard touchdown pass to put the Soons up 6-0 early. Just a couple

Football to face rival Bellflower

On Friday night, the Mayfair Monsoon football team will clash once again with the Bellflower Buccaneers at Ron Yary Stadium. In this year’s edition of the rivalry, the Monsoons will look to win its third straight game against the Buccaneers. Last year’s game ended with the Monsoons taking a 31-7 win. The Monsoons come into the

Monsoon defense controls Artesia

In a matchup between two teams just a step behind La Mirada for first in the Suburban League, the rushing attacks of the Mayfair Monsoons and the Artesia Pioneers figured to highlight the game. However, it was Mayfair who controlled the game on both the offensive and defensive lines en route to a 37-7 victory.

Mayfair edges out Norwalk with late touchdown

After taking a 20-6 with 2:52 left in the first half, Mayfair surrendered 19 straight points to fall behind 25-20 with 6:52 left in the fourth. However, the Soons bounced back, using a trick play en route to a game winning touchdown to squeeze out a 26-25 win. Mayfair opened the scoring when Abrie Sumlin

Soons to face Norwalk

The Monsoons will look to stay undefeated in Suburban League action tonight at 7 pm in a game against the Norwalk Lancers at Ron Yary Stadium. The Monsoons (2-3, 1-0) scored seven rushing touchdowns last week in a 48-13 victory of the Cerritos Dons to start league play off with a win. Abrie Sumlin and

Rushing attack keys victory over Cerritos

Behind seven rushing touchdowns, including three apiece by Traveon Anderson and Abrie Sumlin, the Mayfair Monsoon football team overcame a slow first half to put the Cerritos Dons away 48-13 on Friday night. After holding Cerritos to a three and out on the opening drive, the Soons quickly drove down the field. A penalty forced