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Central Section Football / Re: Farewell central valley
« Last post by knightsrule04 on Yesterday at 09:01:11 PM »
yeah. have already caught an ogden mustangs game (aau hockey). going to the usc/utah basketball game saturday. wanna catch a jazz game and can't wait for college football season.
Cool. A friend who also works for the Raptors baseball team in Ogden handles the Mustangs PA duties. If you want to come to a game this summer, let me know and I'll leave a ticket for you (assuming I head back up there).
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Central Section Football / Re: Farewell central valley
« Last post by TeddyKGB on Yesterday at 04:59:52 PM »
Good luck to you!
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JV and Youth Football / Coaching Clinic
« Last post by sport2051 on Yesterday at 01:01:40 PM »
Looking for a coaching clinic for the off season. Check out  www.nationalspreadclinic.com

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Central Section Football / Re: Farewell central valley
« Last post by taysdad on Yesterday at 06:22:06 AM »
Very nice. I spent last summer in Ogden, and will likely do the same this coming summer (working for the baseball team there). They do love their sports in Utah, so there should be good games to catch.

yeah. have already caught an ogden mustangs game (aau hockey). going to the usc/utah basketball game saturday. wanna catch a jazz game and can't wait for college football season.
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Basketball / NorCal's 1st Post Graduate Program launched - GOLDEN STATE PREP
« Last post by LiveLoveBall on February 18, 2018, 04:45:41 PM »


Golden State Prep (GSP) is all about developing and enhancing each of their player’s full potential in order to have a higher chance of playing at the College Basketball.  If you have not secured the college opportunity you are looking for or simply want to enhance your options, then Golden State Prep is the right choice for you after high school graduation. GSP will work hand in hand with the staff from Prolific Prep, utilizing a similar model and schedule to create the ultimate training academy for all of its players.  Says PP Founder Jeremy Russotti, “There is a huge demand each year for our program to expand with a Post Graduate Program.  The time is right and we are excited to bring the blueprint that built Prolific Prep to the Golden State Prep Post Graduate Program.”

Below are reasons you should choose the Golden State Prep Postgraduate Program:

•  Staffing: GSP Athletes will be working side by side with the Prolific Prep Staff, facilities, and their networking capabilities.  All 7 staff members at Prolific Prep have played and coached in college, placing hundreds of athletes into NCAA Colleges or the Professional Ranks.

•  One Year Gap: GSP provides athletes a one-year Gap designed to enhance their basketball and educational platforms. The student-athlete’s NCAA “Clock” will not start, the player will not lose a year of NCAA Eligibility.

•  Improve your Body and Game: The backbone of GSP will be built around Skill Development.  It is the reason Prolific Prep was formed and the reason why GSP is a success.  This includes maturing as a player physically, mentally, and socially.  Players will have designated time for Strength & Conditioning, Yoga, and basketball skill court training.  The GSP program is all about YOU!

Game Schedule: GSP will play in West Coast Events in Napa, Los Angeles, Nevada, and Arizona.  The group will travel by Passenger Van/Bus to each event.  The GSP program will run from Mid August to March, playing a 35+ game schedule.

Practice Schedule: Team Practice will be daily ranging from 10:30am-1pm.  Strength & Conditioning (3x a week) and Yoga (1x a week) will be built around the GSP schedule or in the evenings with the Prolific Prep team.  Night shooting programs will also be available to both the GSP and PP programs working together.

Housing: Upon request, Prolific Prep does have limited housing for its players and potential GSP athletes.   Families must call to secure spots early in April for the following year.

How to Apply: Please email info GoldenStatePrepBball@gmail.com or call (707) 849-1212 to set up a phone consultation with the Golden State Prep staff.  Furthermore, GSP will have a team try-out process in April at Napa Valley College.  Times/Date is TBA but will be announced shortly.

Website link: http://www.prolificprep.org/gsp
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Central Section Football / Re: Transfers
« Last post by hsfootballfan27 on February 17, 2018, 08:03:37 PM »
Bhs will always get the top pedigree in Kern county. It’s the lifestyle around here if you can’t beat them join them. Honestly bhs is the only true real high school around here. The kids have the best  experience of what high school is all about at bhs.
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Softball / Re: 2018 Softball Top 10 D1 teams
« Last post by knightsrule04 on February 17, 2018, 12:05:08 PM »
Yeah, this board has been dead for a few years unfortunately. At one time there were a couple parents who came on and posted, but their kids have graduated.

This year seems to be wide open in D1. I don't have a great ranking because I don't know who each team returns (other than Bullard), but taking a look at Pagmeter's ranking should give a general idea (though I don't see it as very accurate).

Clovis and Buchanan have senior pitchers who can beat anyone, any time out. Buchanan always has good bats, and Clovis has their traditional way of doing things that produces solid seasons. Central lost their ace to graduation and they have, from what I know, a very good pitcher who was at Madera before transferring and having to sit out last year. My Knights, the ONLY team to beat both D1 championship game entrants (Clovis and Central) during the season last year, lost a couple role players to graduation but return both pitchers, a senior SS who will head to an NCAA D1 school next year, and a bunch of solid players. If not for three OF errors in the playoff game at Clovis last year, they very well may have beaten the Cougars and claimed the section title (at least from what I heard - I wasn't able to be there). If Bullard doesn't threaten for a championship game berth, something went horribly wrong.

Other than that, I don't know much. Apparently Monache and Madera got moved into D1 (per Pagmeter). Looking at stats on Maxpreps, Hanford West lost about 6-7 players to graduation, including their top pitcher. But they return some good bats, including a player who slammed 11 HR last season. Stockdale appears to have lost their top two HR hitters, as well as their doubles leader, to graduation, but they return an ace who was 20-2, 0.75 last year as a freshman. They should be a tough team. Monache, if they stay in D1, could be heard from with most of their bats returning and a pitcher who also went 20-2 with a ton of strikeouts. They beat a very good Sanger team in the D2 title game last year.

Overall, D1 should be highly competitive. I'd say no less than 5 or 6 teams have legitimate chances to win it all.
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Central Section Football / Re: 2018 Head Coaching Openings.
« Last post by footballforever on February 17, 2018, 11:14:21 AM »
Does anyone know who was interviewed for the Golden Valley Job? Any updates on Tranqullity opening? I'm a young coach looking for an opportunity

Did you contact Sierra HS? I think they are still in their search process. There were some interviews last week but they may be open to talking to more candidates. It would definitely be a challenge for a young, energetic, charismatic, HIGHLY ORGANIZED and ADAPTABLE coach to take on.
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Central Section Football / Re: Transfers
« Last post by TRUMPY on February 17, 2018, 07:54:00 AM »
KIDS RECRUIT KIDS. COACHES OF 7 ON 7 TEAMS DON’T HAVE TELL KIDS AND PARENTS TO LEAVE THEY LEAVE BECAUSE THEY WANT A BETTER OPPORTUNITY. IN THE EDISON CASE NONE OF THOSE KIDS WANTED TO STAY ANYWAY. TRUE AFTER TP PASSED IT WAS EASY NONE OF THE COACHES WOULD BE RETAINED BECAUSE OF THE CONTROL HE HAD ON THOSE GUYS AND THE HOOD. SO IS IT RECRUITING OR JUST CLEANING HOUSE AND ALLOWING WHATS GOING TO HAPPEN TO HAPPEN ANYWAY. 

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