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Congrats to Chris Hastings who was medalist at 78 on a long day. We managed 5 birdies to bring our season-total to He combined two birdies with 16 pars for a bogey-free round of 70 on the longest course we play during the year. Ladies, stop by and say Hi to yourself. Camarillo was 1 stroke back at while your Eagles were 3rd with Josh Matz of Agoura was medalist at even par 72, followed closely by Kyle Dollison at Mike Sun was low for Camarillo at Oak Park is now in league play with Camarillo leading the league at Brandon Resnick led the way with a very fine -2, 70, Chris Hastings added 74 in his first career league match, Matt Chen and Kyle Dollinson chipped in with 77 and 79 respectively.
Individually, the field was led by Colin Morikawa, a La Canada senior committed to play golf for CAL, with a very fine score of -3, Kyle again led the way with a 1 under 35, Brandon added a 39 and Jake Basile, in his first official high school match added a Kyle Dollison set the pace yesterday with a wonderful -5, 65 at Mountain View GC as the Eagles remained undefeated in head-to-head matches this year with a convincing win over Santa Paula.
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Eagles open league play with win over Royal in a blustery day at Victoria Lakes. Brandon and Kyle were low with respectively in difficult conditions. Congratulations to Brandon as medalist. Our Birdie Count after two matches: Brandon was team low with even par Here is the new Coastal Canyon All League certificate: Thank you all for a wonderfully successful first season as we finished on top and had the team and players move on to the CIF Individual and Team Regionals.
Though none advanced, they all gained experience playing at that level. Jewel Jorgensen led the way with a fine 79, just missing the playoff by one stroke. They all had a fine finish to a fine first season.
All 3 ladies are in the running for individual spots in CIF as the top 4 finishers will qualify. I'm sure they will be very competitive. Florida Gulf Coast is favored to win the Atlantic Sun Conference and a lot of people think they are a legitimate Division I top 25 team. They have a bunch of guys who red-shirted a year ago. They're very big, very athletic, very talented and they have one of the best young coaches in the country in Joe Dooley, who was highly regarded during his tenure as the top assistant at Kansas.
Brett Comer is one of the great point guards in America, Bernard Thompson is one of the best players in America, they won 22 games a year ago and they are loaded with everything a team needs to be very, very successful.
On top of that it's their home opener, a full house will be there to see this year's version of Dunk City, and ESPN is broadcasting the game on one of their plethora of channels. I have no idea if we'll be able to compete with those guys, but I do know it will be a great environment for our players and I know the game will be a tremendous learning experience for us.
Q—You turn 65 this year. Do you still enjoy coaching as much as you did when you were younger?
A—Age is a mindset, not a number. Look at our university president, Dr. He's a youthful something and full of energy, enthusiasm, excitement and vision. If he can run a university and find joy in doing that at his age, then I can certainly run a basketball team and find joy in this job at my age. I'm having more fun coaching now than at any time in my life.
I'm enjoying — and appreciating -- my guys more than ever. I have a great job with a very supportive and forward-thinking administration. I continue to grow and evolve with both the profession and the game.
Everything changes in life, and I've enjoyed the challenges of changing and developing new, innovative ways of doing things as I've grown older. Q—You are still in pursuit of your first SSC regular season or conference tournament championship.
Has that been frustrating? A—You don't have to remind me of that. Nobody in this league plays for second place. It is a very cut-throat, competitive league.
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We were second, one game out of first, after my second year here. We were third one year and fourth one year. In all three of those seasons we thought we were good enough to win the championship but injuries to our best or key players played a huge role in the outcome of all three of those seasons.
We've been within one win of playing in the tournament championship twice. So we've been close. I think the second-place finish during my second year here actually hurt us more than it helped us.
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We lost three starters during the season to injury, then lost our team MVP Luis Gurrieres for the conference tournament. But we were so close. We finished a game behind Rollins in the league race but thumped them pretty good in the final regular season game of the season.
And we were starting or playing three or four freshmen. After the success we had that year I think we focused on winning championships with those players instead of building the program the right way. We ignored the culture.
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We got caught up in winning rings and hanging banners in the arena because we thought we had the talent to accomplish those things. But I did a poor job of developing the program and establishing an identity for our guys. We were trying to go from nowhere to the top without laying a foundation and it hurt us in the long run.