BREAKING NEWS: Full Semi-Pro Football Season Debuts In East L.A.Attention loyal East L.A. Sports Scene Football Fans and Followers, here we go again with brand new content coming your way. Although High Schoolfootball has finished its 2014 season, and the inaugural Final Four Tournament for the NCAA’s Division 1 College Football Championshipis underway, it’s now Semi-Profootball’s turn to take center stage, in our great sports-loving community of East L.A. This has truly become a year-round sport for both fans and players alike. As many of you would tend to agree, we like to watch and follow good football at any time of the year. So get ready for the “East L.A. Spartans,” a second-year Semi-Pro football team/franchise, to take the field at Roosevelt High School on Saturday, January 10th, at 7 pm for their first Exhibition game of the 2015 season against the“Ensenada Diablos,” Baja California, Mexico. Lots of good things are happening in, and for our community when it comes to football. Nearly every age-group, from Pop Warner’s youngest, to the present semi-professional players, all desire to get bettter, keep their competitive skills sharp, and then showcase them. This is our introductory posting on the Spartans, as we present to you our In-Studio interview with, Nikolaus “Niko” Gonzalez, Owner and Team Captain, Ernie Navarro, Head Coach, and Pablo Gonzalez, Defensive Lineman and Roosevelt alumni, Class of 2012. For more info, go to to their website or to their Facebook pagehere.We encourage all of our viewers and followers to come out and support the Spartans in their endeavor to build a strong team and instill even more pride in our community, once again through the amazing sport of football. This could be the start of something very, very big. Mark your sports calendars now and well see you on the 10th!! Rico Cabrera, Sr./Publisher,EastLASportsScene.Com
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Credits:Edgar E. Santos, East L.A. Spartans Logo and Artwork; Erik Sarni, East L.A. Sports Scene, In-Studio photo.