The annual Smudge-Pot game between San Dimas and Bonita is legendary at both schools with many events leading up to the big game where the teams battle for the trophy and bragging rights that will last a lifetime.


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Nathan Reep

San Dimas

Nathan is a 3-year varsity linebacker and 2-year captain where he plays both tight end and outside linebacker. In addition to being selected 1st team All-Valle Vista League. Nathan was also selected for the academic all-league team. Outside of school, Nathan is active at Calvary Chapel and plans to attend college and major in business. Nathan is the son of Chuck and Katrina Reep and has one older brother Noah who also played football at San Dimas High School.
Taylor Trujillo


Taylor Trujillo has stood out in the classroom for four years in addition to playing wide receiver and defensive back for the Bearcats. He is currently taking a rigorous schedule of AP English, AP Government & Economics, and AP Psychology. Taylor often volunteers his time at St. Julianna’s Church in Fullerton.


Ryan Kohler

San Dimas

Ryan Kohler was a member of the San Dimas Saints varsity football teams in 2007, 2008, and 2009. During his senior season, Ryan scored 3 touchdowns and rushed for 105 yards against the Bearcats helping the Saints win 21-13. In addition, Ryan helped the Saints win the the 2009 CIF championship on this field. He was also named to the All CIF 1st Team. Ryan was named the 2010 athlete of the year at San Dimas High.
Garrett Horine


Garrett played a crucial role in the Smudgepot for 3 years. He won both his Junior and Senior seasons. His Junior year, he was able to play alongside his brother Casey. He played tenaciously on defense as he led the team with 12 tackles and a forced fumble and also scored 2 touchdowns, one receiving and one rushing during his senior Smudgepot.


Bonita High School’s football team took advantage of some costly San Dimas special-teams miscues to post a 28-7 win over the rival Saints at Citrus College on Friday night. The Bearcats have now won three straight in one of the area’s most-heated series.