Posted by Transfer? on March 12, 2017 at 19:56:12:
In Reply to: Re: Sierra Canyon, January's contract is up in April posted by Step Up on March 12, 2017 at 19:38:14:
: : : : Exactly.
: : : : And playing in D2.
: : : : Lol
: : : : Tallest midget in the circus.
: : : Lol. The hate is real. They're d2 but I'd take their 2 year outlook over Bishop Montgomery or Sierra Canyon.
: : : Hey JC, what's your advice for Sierra Canyon?
: : Sierra Canyon: What you did to your coaches was embarrassing. I've been telling you for years that Nichols isn't a good head coach. I know that it was tough to replace him because you were winning. But you should have been smart to see "how you're winning." Your players didn't improve. I give you credit for staying loyal and not recruiting. (Bagley doesn't count. You take the number 1 player if you can get him.) But switching Nichols for Chevy was unfair to both. Now you have to go out at get a new head coach. You also have to replace your starting lineup. We all know that you have to play Marvin's little brother or Poppa Bagley is taking his ball (sons) and leaving. Where's your other 3 starters? Do not say your bench. That's drier than Heritage Christian's campus quad.
: : Get a coach. Not a micromanager like Palarz but a guy that can guide talent. Redondo got rid of one because they wanted to reduce their melanin count. Get him. Do not take a senior transfer. Go juniors and sophomores. Think long term. You could go 1 junior but if you mess up, just live with it. Just go down the road to Taft and see if Antwan January's contract expired. They're point guard is very good and a D1 player. He's on his 2nd school and might like Taft. But January is always ready to leave.
: Montgomery is at least playing with the big boys. Sorry, the stuff Westlake is doing is not impressive. They want to pop off about they're talent and winning then go play with the big boys - go Open.
: I dare you.
:Hey Justin! heard Ethan Anderson is on his way to Sierra Canyon. they have already started on the new roster.
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