Credo ut intelligam wrote:Actually, I think they made the decision to transfer first, which then led to the departure of the coach.
SJBOSCO wrote:No, they knew the coach was leaving first.
Now, time for some truth.
Spencer Lytle's transfer was first reported on January 8:
January 8 - Spencer Lytle is one of the top linebackers out West in the 2019 class.
He played at Anaheim (Calif.) Servite the last three years but will enroll at St. John Bosco on Tuesday adding to what already looks like the nation's best returning front seven.
https://247sports.com/Article/Spencer-L ... 113399651/
Scott Meyer resigned on January 19:
Jan. 19, 2018, 2:25 p.m.
By ERIC SONDHEIMER
Scott Meyer has resigned after three years as football coach at Servite.
It’s the latest in a surge of football resignations and changes taking place around Southern California since Jan. 1.
https://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-hi ... story.html
I'm not sure what they teach at St. John Bosco, but in my book January 8 comes before
January 19. Stop the nonsense. When those kids transferred, Meyer was still the head coach. Their transfer precipitated his resignation. Not sure why you feel the need to continue to defend your false narrative from 11 months ago; you've got new acquisitions to talk about.
And with all that, the Braves coaching staff having 10 months to prepare, Bosco could only score two TD's in the biggest game of the year--one on a blown coverage, and the other by a Servite kid on a fluky bounce off a blocked FG.