UPDATE: In case this is getting confusing for any of you, which I completely understand is possible, here is where we’re at with this situation. Both the Mustain and Arellanes things have occurred this week, according to multiple sources. Is the overlap confusing? Yes and no. According to multiple sources, Mustain turned it down and Arellanes is building a potential staff in case he takes it. Again, that’s according to sources. I’ve heard enough specifics from these sources to believe that they’re telling me accurate information. If Arellanes does indeed turn down the job, that won’t change my belief that what the sources say is happening right now and the past few days is happening.
San Dimas High School football team defensive coordinator Brian Mustain has turned down the open Los Altos job, according to multiple sources.
Mustain helped San Dimas win the Mid-Valley Division this past season by calling shots for a defense that allowed just eight points per game this season. He joins Kiki Mendoza, who turned the job down two weeks ago.
Earlier this week several sources said Northview coach Jim Arellanes interviewed on Monday. The sources are adamant that Arellanes is still considering taking the position, even going so far as to say he’s putting out feelers about potential assistant coaches. But Arellanes denied reports that he was considering the position on Tuesday, saying nothing had changed since he turned down the original overture earlier in the process.