Re: Guess Stan isn't the worst coach in Chino Hills...

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Posted by Common Sense on September 19, 2018 at 08:47:37:

In Reply to: Re: Guess Stan isn't the worst coach in Chino Hills... posted by Baller on September 19, 2018 at 07:55:39:

: : : : : : : : : : : : : Ayala's JV coach got fired for allegations of bullying and unwanted touching. The head coach, who is the wife of the JV coach, was facing allegations of bullying herself and quit before the investigation could conclude. Now the rest of the staff has quit "in protest".

: : : : : : : : : : : : : I may not be a Stan fan, but this is a pretty bad look for Ayala. No wonder none of the disgruntled Chino Hills players ever headed there.

: : : : : : : : : : : : Dear poster STan Stewart is still the worst coach in Chino Hills he has earn that title fair and square. Dear poster Coach Stan and his assistant coach Butler are both well known for their bullying and retaliation against players, it's just a matter of time when the principal stops covering for the both of them and sends them packing.As far as the coach at Ayala She ran a great program and i'm sure she will be missed.

: : : : : : : : : : : If Stan is well known for bullying, then it's the fault of the players and their parents at Chino Hills for never standing up to him and taking it to the school board as the Ayala parents did. Considering how many CH parents despise him, you can't tell me one of them wouldn't have reported him in a heartbeat.

: : : : : : : : : : : Saying the Ayala coach "ran a great program" and "I'm sure she will be missed" is the biggest crock I've ever heard. You don't get either of those distinctions when you're physically and mentally abusing your players. Running a program that allows it on 2 levels puts you light years ahead of others as far a being a crap coach.

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: : : : : : : : : : Dear poster I agree with you that bullying should not be tolerated by any coach but lets put the brakes on before we make both coaches guilty at Ayala of any wrong doing until all sides are heard. As far as bulling by Stan I witness his verbal and mental abuse first hand and did reported it to the principal MRS. Brennes and nothing was done . Dear poster do you think Stan might be related to someone in the schools administration?

: : : : : : : : : The JV coach at Ayala was investigated by the district, found guilty of bullying and fired. The police are currently investigating his inappropriate touching. This is the 2nd investigation of the head coach by the district office within about 5 years. There is no waiting to hear anything, and by suggesting so, you sound like a fool.

: : : : : : : : : You reported Stan to the principal. That's a one off that will result in him getting a stern talking to, and nothing else. You need systematic abuse with proof, like at Ayala, to get something done.

: : : : : : : : : But I guess you're right...Stan is back to being the worst coach in Chino Hills, now that the Ayala coach quit.

: : : : : : : : : As far as basketball coaching abilities, Stan is on the bottom just horrible. In regards to bullying, it�s not always physical, it can be mental as well. That�s Stans fortay, he is mentally abusive and very vengeful. He�ll penalize you in a very passive aggressive manner as well. Those thing are much harder to prove than physical bullying but no less of a disgusting act.

: : : : : : : There were plenty of girls and parents supporting the Ayala Coach. Read the newspaper.

: : : : : : To address the last two posters, I still think that the additional bit of being physically abusing makes Campbell a bit worse. Being verbally abusive and manipulative towards your players are obviously signs of a terrible coach, and both do that. But I've never heard of Stan flinging things at players or grabbing them by the jersey and shoving them. That's next level.

: : : : : : There are always players and parents who support bad coaches, mainly because they never drew the ire of the coach. Do you think Ayala's star players or players whose parents were big fundraisers were treated the same as everyone else? Pretty sure they weren't.

: : : : : : Please don�t underestimate the lifelong damage verbal and mental abuse can cause to any individual. It can be much worse and more devastating the a tug of the jersey that can last a lifetime. It can destroy you.

: : : : Please show me where I've downplayed anything. I've consistently stated that verbally abusing players is bad, but verbally abusing them AND physically abusing them is worse. If you can't grasp that concept, I feel for you.

: : : : We are so lucky to have you on this board with your expertise in deciding how bad verbal and physical abuse is and which combination is worse. You don�t know the ins and outs of what happened at Ayala and what�s happening at Chino Hills LMAO..

: : Actually, I know parents of girls who have played varsity and JV at both schools in the last couple of years. And it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that a girl that has to go to practice with a coach that will berate her at every chance and play mind games is in a horrible situation, but a girl who has to go to practice with a coach who will berate her at every chance, play mind games, and lay hands on her or chuck something at her is in a little worse situation. But on the whole, neither are good.

: : Thanks for gracing us with your attempt at trolling.

: : Whoa you actually know girls thats played varsity and JV at both schools, you definitely are an expert and know exactly whats transpired then, for sure, no doubt..

Your ability to troll is about the same as Stan's ability to coach.

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