Re: Village is a sinking ship

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Posted by Inept Coaching is hurting VCS on January 11, 2017 at 16:16:12:

In Reply to: Re: Village is a sinking ship posted by Hector on January 11, 2017 at 11:57:33:

: : Realistically...Heritage is simply good...but they are in a soft league, do not play anyone of superior is what it is....parents...relax...if you want your kid to get serious have to be willing to pay to send to a real school...and your kid actually has to have D1 talent....

: 98-89. Village is a failing program. Coach was late while trying to find his center who left the team. Maranatha may have to be our league rivals.

Heritage is not good. Village is just bad & it's a real problem. There's bad coaching here & it's the entire lot. Jon Shaw plays players based on grade & his friendships. So some really good players left & can't be blamed for it. The "coaching" & arrogance of Jon Shaw has been a concern for the past 2 years. At the beginning of the year we knew that we could win now & be good in the open division in the future. We lost a really good freshman pg, a VERY athletic wing left for a prep school because he saw the bad coaching & our 7'0" center realized that he wasn't improving at Village & went prep. The rumor is that he regressed from the time that he left his club team over the summer to now & had to leave Village to salvage scholarship offers. We have a 6'8" sophomore that never plays because Jon Shaw wants to play his transfers that are his friends' kids. There's no telling if he leaves. Everyone knows that Elijah Scranton is leaving. That's all guys that would have been back next year.
Heritage isn't good. They just don't shoot themselves in the foot. We have kids playing positions that their parents want them to play & not what they're capable of playing. People in the stands were calling our senior "point guard" a linebacker, laughing at our plays & saying that they had Elijah Scranton's locker ready. Heritage players played to win for each other. Our players played for themselves. That's a coaching issue.

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