With league MVP Cade Marshman leading the way, Glendora has one of the best offenses in Division 5. Here’s an inside look at the 2019 Tartans.
2018 IN REVIEW
11-2, (5-0, 1st place in Palomares League), lost 26-21 to Palos Verdes in Division 5 semifinals.
Brandon Rohrer is entering his second season at Glendora.
Offense – 7. Defense – 4.
TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYERS
QB-Jacob Gonzalez – Sr. 6-2 175
WR-Cade Marshman – Sr. 6-0 160
RB-Xzavier Ford – Sr. 6-0 190
OL-Jeff Isenhart – Jr.
TE-AJ Salgado – Sr. 6-1 175
TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYERS
DL-Jack Philips – Sr. 5-8 160
LB-Hunter Heflin – Sr.
LB-Kevin Golden – Sr. 6-0 180
LB-Braydon Brus – So.
THREE TO SEE
RB – Xzavier Ford
All-CIF selection last year and it’s easy to see why. He rushed for 1,920 yards and 23 scores.
WR – Cade Marshman
League MVP last season. 1,086 receiving yards and 12 TDs. He also intercepted five passes as a defensive back.
LB – Hunter Heflin
Made 72 tackles including 11 for loss in 2018.
Glendora’s motto is “be the best.” The Tartans have a chance to live up to that saying in 2019; a section championship is attainable.
Led by QB Jacob Gonzalez, WR Cade Marshman and RB Xzavier Ford, Glendora has one of the best offenses in Division 5.
If Hunter Heflin and company can gel as a defensive unit, the Tartans will be a force to be reckoned with.