Former Tribune Player of the Year and former Los Altos head coach Felipe Aguilar has left Arroyo where he was an assistant coach on Jim Singiser’s varsity football staff and will return to Rowland.
Aguilar was an assistant coach under Craig Snyder at Rowland in 2010, but left shortly after the season to accept a history teaching job at Arroyo and a spot on Singiser’s staff. Aguilar was head coach at Los Altos for two years, going 4-16, before resigning after the 2009 season. Aguilar also coached baseball at Arroyo.
“I appreciate the role Felipe served within our baseball program and wish him the best in the future,” said Singiser, who is also Arroyo boys AD. “As far as the impact on our football program? He had only been with us for 2 weeks because of baseball so he had just started to get to know our players and our system.”
Arroyo has replaced Aguilar on its staff with former standout quarterback Dominic Salmon.
Aram’s take: Felipe needs to settle down. That’s a lot of schools in a short amount of time. I had heard that Aguilar was being groomed to be Snyder’s successor when the veteran coach decides to turn over the Rowland football program. Maybe that plan is back on now. Who knows.