Wallace looking to impact Jaguars

When the 2021-2022 season starts, 2nd year head coach Kyle Wallace will look to impact his Southwestern Jaguar program. After sitting out last season due to covid, Wallace will step on the sidelines for the first time as a head coach after being hired two seasons ago. The newly hired Jaguar coach comes from Saddleback College where he was an assistant coach for five seasons under Andy Ground. Wallace will…

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Jennings and the Tiger Culture

You can find T.J Jennings and his staff watching games in the Fresno area in the Central Valley of California. When it comes to finding players to recruit to the Tiger program, it isn’t a surprise that the Fresno area is an area that Reedley College keeps a close eye on. The city of Fresno is the 5th biggest city in California and is near the geographical center of California….

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Parham making positive moves in the desert

Walter Parham is making positive moves in the desert. The Copper Mountain head coach has had quite a journey when it comes to coaching basketball. Parham has saw a lot of places as he followed his coaching dream. ” I worked all over the country,” said the Fighting Cacti head coach. The experience was valuable and led to the Detroit native to want to get to the college level. The…

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Todd Dixon and the Hawks

When Todd Dixon took over the Santiago Canyon program he did not know what to expect as the Hawks were starting from the ground up. The Hawks were scheduled to compete in the Orange Empire Conference as it is known to be one of the best conferences in the state. “I just wanted to get the program started but I got lucky with a couple of players that we recruited,”…

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Ryan Frazer and the improved Spartans

Ryan Frazer and the improved Spartans will look to continue to move in the right direction. After finishing 16-12 in the 2019-2020 season, the Spartans will look to be competitive in the Pacific Coast Athleltic conference and make a post season push. MiraCosta missed the post season but were above .500 in the 2019-2020 season. Frazer and company played in seven games that were decided by five points or less…

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Derek Jensen and the Rams

Coach Derek Jensen and the Gavilan Rams program will look to improve this upcoming season. After a covid year where only eight teams played in the whole state, Jensen and his Gilroy based team will look to improve and be competitive. The 2nd year head coach will look to continue to develop the culture in his short time at the Northern California college. Jensen who took over the program following…

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The consistency of Ramirez and the Pirates

Coach Joey Ramirez and the Ventura Pirates program are one of the most consistent programs in the state. Since the 2015-2016 season, the Pirates have put together 97 wins, 3 outright conference championships and tied for two conference titles. Ramirez and company have put together a 46-8 record in Western State North Conference action since the same timeframe. It comes down to the “we play hard” motto and the tradition…

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Benford and the Falcon program

In 2017, Bill Benford was named Folsom Lake College first head coach of their young history. After being an assistant at American River, Benford was starting the program from scratch. The everyday challenges are not describable but it was a challenge the head coach was ready to take on. The things he learned as an assistant coach were going to be put to the test. “Organization is one of the…

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