Bonita and Glendora Fans Wear Purple to Support Coach John


Bonita High Schools Football team lost a tough game at Glenn Davis Statdium (7:00 pm) vs. Glendora. John Lagilotti, a Bonita football coach (and former Glendora football coach), has recently been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.  Fans from both Bonita and Glendora showed support for Coach John, by wearing purple. One of the loudest cheers of the night was for a Glendora Junior who kicked a 35 yard field goal to when a a free meal a week for the whole year from Chick-fil-a. After winning, she donated the gift cards for a free meal for a year to coach John Langilotti.  Channel 4 News picked up the story that was aired this week.


San Gabriel Valley Tribune, “As Bonita Prepares for Showdown with Glendora, its hearts are with Assistant Coach John Lagilotti“.

John Langilotti, a football coach, strength and conditioning coach and a campus supervisor at Bonita High School was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. John, who has dedicated many years to coaching and mentoring students, is a tremendous man of faith who has and will continue to persevere through whatever is in front of him. Unfortunately the cancer has spread to his liver and the monetary support is immediate. The funds raised will go towards helping his family cover expensive medical bills as a result of his current treatment. John has poured so much into the lives of students and adults in the surrounding Glendora and La Verne communities, it is our turn to help support a man who has given so much of himself into our community.