sammy swordsman wrote:Source of the post Servite can and should compete successfully with OLU, SM, JSerra and the Mission League teams. That should be the expectation of the new coach.
sammy swordsman wrote:The Troy Thomas of 2006-2011 would be an excellent choice. The Troy Thomas of 2012 would put a stake in the program.
From 2006-2011 TT was arguably one of the best HC in So Cal. The parents loved him, and the teams (made up of 4 yr. players) loved playing for him. The environment was healthy, and the program thrived
2012 was a disaster, when TT fired Mitchell and Nichols and changed the Pistol for: a. Harry Welch offence with the DLS O-line techniques. The parents in that 2012 class also contributed to the disaster that drove TT off the deep end. TT made some crazy bad choices in 2012 and created an untenable position for himself. It was a shocking turn for a very proud and successful program
Bick wrote:Agree. Those are very reasonable expectations until / unless SJB & MD come back to earth.
2 Seasons? The last 4 seasons to including losing the St Brown brothers.SoCalFball wrote:Is any good coach going to want to take that job considering the support or lack of I should say from the admin. Look at how many kids left the program in the last two season. The varsity team will be on a JV level compared to the rest of the league. Servite might as well move out of the trinity league even tho I know that isn’t a real possibility.
by OCLongBall » Sat Jan 20, 2018 3:09 pmBoth great players, and one of them was a nice kid. Sure didn't miss the father and the distractions he brought. (I'm being kind there). I was glad to see them go, but the damage was already done.
2 Seasons? The last 4 seasons to including losing the St Brown brothers.
Red wrote:Hey Fate, instead of complaining, tell cockroach....lurker82 to open the wallet like they did in year's past when Servite broke "The Streak". Unless, Like Russia's military, he broke the bank.
inflagrantedelicto wrote:And that's not going to happen without transfer rule being addressed. Bosco has really upgraded their facilities, and with their success won't likely see a slowdown in transfer traffic. With enough griping by schools that don't have SJB in their initials, perhaps the TL will be realigned someday, without Bellflower Academy. Otherwise, they are here to stay. Now that MD has stepped up to answer Bosco, transfer-to-transfer, they too likely won't see much of a fall off. Don't have to like it, but get used to the new era of HS sports (football), right guys?