OC Buckeyes to enroll at Servite instead of Los Al?

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OC Buckeyes to enroll at Servite instead of Los Al?

Post by MrNiceguy » Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:54 am

Rumor has it Los Al's feeder program and OC Buckeye staff (who illegally double as Griffin varsity staff) shopped around for a bigger deal...who can blame them, two years of Fenton is two too many. We're hearing Servite drank the Koolaid. Hard to turn down the potential Polynesian Pipeline they've offered to each Trinity school (and were laughed at). TT hasn't been around OC for a while; can't blame him for not knowing...hope he runs their fingerprints - wouldn't want to embarrass the Roman Catholic Diocese. Apparently, there's some type of connection at Servite with the O-line coach TT brought with him from Crespi. Do your homework Servite. Not a good idea.

Major exodus occurring at Los Al...anyone suprised?

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Post by TheFan » Wed Mar 21, 2018 6:55 am

Can the Trinity folks help me out, do they do background checks like public schools are supposed to do ? If not a lawsuit just waiting to happen. Desperation to win a HS football game, so sad.

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Post by ventura » Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:20 am

I'm thinking Servite didn't hire Thomas back to have what happened at Crespi repeat. We see how "doing it right" worked out in Encino.

Trinity, led first by Bosco then outdone by MD, is the poster child for the new top tier HSFB league. They may be leading the way nationwide in all that is wrong in high school sports.

The rest of the league is supposed to do what re Bosco MD? The other teams probably have thought they too need nuclear arms to avoid two of their league games becoming a gridiron Hiroshima.

Or like the enlightened progressives on this board love to say - "time to get your big boy pants on". Ugh.

I'm wondering if I can find some heart in my local Catholic school flag football program.

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Post by 4ks.up » Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:22 am

background checks on employees? If so, of course.

This is the team that had like 30 kids shadow the other day Servite (well a few weeks back now).

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Post by Sixth Man » Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:39 am

The Los Alamitos District and all other public school districts do extensive background checks on all employees. To insinuate that anyone hired by the district was of questionable character legally is nothing short of criminal imho.

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Post by downtothewire » Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:15 am

It worked out for Los Al families who didn't want to play in the new age of football and wanted their kids on the field. Servite gets a good crop of talented kids for the rebuild. And the OC Buckeyes get to play in the Trinity League, which it sounds like they wanted to anyway. Sounds like a win-win-win.

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Post by MDDad » Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:28 am

Sixth Man wrote:The Los Alamitos District and all other public school districts do extensive background checks on all employees. To insinuate that anyone hired by the district was of questionable character legally is nothing short of criminal imho.
This may be nitpicking, but "extensive background checks" can easily fail to uncover "questionable character".

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Re: OC Buckeyes to enroll at Servite instead of Los Al?

Post by Tommy Tar » Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:53 am

http://www.orangecountybuckeyes.org/media

They have a photo of the OC buckeye players working out in the Mater Die weight room on their web site. --:--
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Post by Sixth Man » Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:59 am

You omitted legally MDDAD, Sorry, what I meant was legal character issues. Other poster's opinion of character does not concern me. The previous poster said fingerprints which insinuates legal issues.

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Post by SK80 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:53 am

Tommy Tar wrote:http://www.orangecountybuckeyes.org/media

They have a photo of the OC buckeye players working out in the Mater Die weight room on their web site. --:--
questionable on many fronts......,
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Post by downtothewire » Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:12 am

What's wrong with them working out at MD? Oh, nothing at all?? Okay, carry on.

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Post by Bick » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:09 am

Why does it matter if a private club team works out at a HS, or if the kids choose to go there or elsewhere?

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Post by SK80 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:13 am

That is where we are at, it doesn't matter.

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Post by Professor Fate » Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:55 pm

downtothewire wrote:QR_BBPOST What's wrong with them working out at MD? Oh, nothing at all??
Are you sure? Our local high school HC got in trouble for having 8th graders working out at the high school with the high school team. It is a different state though so maybe...

Interesting though that the picture's caption says "in the gym with a national champ."
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Post by cruiser » Wed Mar 21, 2018 6:15 pm

Fate, the MD FB players don't work out with them. I believe this is a separate
program for the 6-8th grade school kids, non athletes can even be in it, I believe; MD guys
can correct if wrong...

BTW, it's actually three time national champ..

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Post by downtothewire » Wed Mar 21, 2018 6:49 pm

Professor Fate wrote:Are you sure? Our local high school HC got in trouble for having 8th graders working out at the high school with the high school team. It is a different state though so maybe...

Interesting though that the picture's caption says "in the gym with a national champ."
Must be a state rule then. I know coaches who have ran offseason camps for 6th-8th graders have used current players as mentors/coaches. It isn't an uncommon practice at all.

Then again, for all we know, it could be against the rules and no one has been crazy enough to post pictures on it.

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Re: OC Buckeyes to enroll at Servite instead of Los Al?

Post by Trenchdad » Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:31 pm

The whole youth football/club teams are a joke nowadays. So called feeder teams that are coached 1/2 the time by fakers, feeding parents heads with delusion. Johnny played 1 year of tackle as a “must play”, so he must be ready for Mater Dei or Bosco. He “must play”. Even better the “talented kids” have peaked in puberty early so of course they are good against “boys”. Guys that didn’t even play a down in high school or college telling parents your boys D1 material. Grass is always greener in the TL too, until Soph year comes and Johnny is 4th on the depth chart on JV. Or better yet let’s hold Johnny back in 8th grade a second time so we “trick” people into thinking he has the genetics...yeah yeah that will work. Plus he can help his youth team win a “National Championship” and set up gofundme accounts so grandma thinks she’s helping Johnny reach he’s potential. But really coach gets a free trip out of state and team gets a plaque that means nothing.

Plenty of schools have done just fine without superteams. Sure it’s great to have kids that played but today’s ego offset that. LBP, Carson, Inglewood CDM, HB, Edison, Irvine, FV, Los Al, MV all had good youth programs in years past, no super egos, just development. Sad state today. End of the day nobody really cares what you did in 6,7,8th grade. Poor Servite if they are relying on this to gain relevance, but I guess kudos for not trying the transfer game yet.

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Post by MDDad » Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:45 pm

Cruiser is correct. This is a fun-time, one-hour "work-out" twice a week for kids. There are no Mater Dei football players around, and it's a chance for younger kids to learn how to safely work with weights without getting injured, from guys who know what they're doing. There are typically six or eight kids in the weight room, and they tend to be pudgy 5' doughboys or skinny 100-pounders. Nobody shows up as the Buckeyes, or the Ducks. If some youth team thinks they can gain some kind of stroke by posting a picture of where they're "working out", that's on them.

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Re: OC Buckeyes to enroll at Servite instead of Los Al?

Post by sugarcoat » Fri Mar 23, 2018 7:16 am

As long as their high school team wins with them playing for it, what does it matter what school they attend? They'll get to attend a college! Play football on national television! They are only being used. Nobody calls using kids to win wrong - victory is important. Most especially for Catholic schools which will close without winning teams. Just big abusers without rules to guide them. With some god on their side, they are beyond rules. Victory at any cost. Sell outs. These kids will keep Catholic school doors open for another few years. They aren't Catholics and they aren't students.

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Re: OC Buckeyes to enroll at Servite instead of Los Al?

Post by MDDad » Fri Mar 23, 2018 7:35 am

Sugarcoat, if all those kids ended up enrolling at Los Alamitos, as originally expected, would it still be a case of "big abusers without rules to guide them, they are above the rules"? Would it still be a "sell out" and a "moral error"? Or do those labels only apply to private schools?

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