Mark Paredes named new head coach at Damien

Mark Paredes, who coached Bishop Amat to arguably its best-ever season in 1992, was named the new varsity football head coach at Damien High School on Thursday.

Paredes, who spent the past three seasons as the head coach at JW North in Riverside, replaces Greg Gano, who resigned in December at four seasons at the school. Gano has since been named head coach at Tustin.

“I toyed with the idea and really didn’t think I was in the ballpark and finally it came to fruition,” Paredes said of being hired. “It’s one of those thing that everything came to be in place. They wanted me and I wanted them and I decided that it was a good situation. I’m excited about building a program and continuing the Damien tradition.”

After leading Amat to California’s first-ever 15-0 season in 1992, which included a CIF championship and a win in the now-defunct Reebok Bowl, Paredes left in 1994.

He landed at JW North where he won CIF championships in 1995 and 2001. Paredes left JW North in 2001 to become the offensive coordinator at Riverside College until 2010 when he left to return to JW North.

Damien received over 70 applications for the position, which flew until early January. Principal Merritt Hemenway, who like Paredes has Amat connections, said the school made a short list of six candidates before ultimately coming to terms with Paredes.

“Making a final selection was a challenge,” Hemenway said. “In the end, Mark’s extensive experience at both the high school and college levels, and the fact that he matched each of the elements we were looking for in a head coach, made the decision, one of him getting to say yes, the greatest challenge.

“He is an excellent coach, a wonderful family man, an accomplished classroom teacher and a steeped in the traditions of Catholic education.”

Damien’s program has fallen on hard times in recent years. The Spartans have not won a playoff game since 2006. When Gano was hired prior to the 2009 season, he appeared to be the spark the school needed. But the four-time CIF champion could manage only two postseason appearances, losing both, and never won a league title.

“I have no idea how Damien has been doing,” said Paredes, a 1970 graduate of St. Paul who lives in West Covina. “I don’t know their record last year, to be honest. I was busy at North that I was basically focused on working on next year and the opponents that we have.

“Basically, my attraction to the school was the religious aspect, the principal and that it’s closer to home.”

Paredes said he’s already working on putting a coaching staff together and that he currently has no plans to hire anyone who was with him at North or anyone currently at Amat. As to whether Damien would put Amat back on its schedule after dropping the Lancers last season at Gano’s asking, Paredes said he’d prefer not to play his former employer.

“Bishop Amat is a high school that I love, JW North is a school that I love, St. Paul is a school that I love,” Paredes said. “I would not go and seek playing them only because you have mixed emotions. Let me put it this way, if I have to play them, I will play them. If I don’t have to play them, I won’t play them.

“I have friends everywhere. It would be fun, I guess. I wouldn’t hesitate to restore that rivalry, if need be. Our schedule is full right now. We’ve always tried to schedule the best competition we can at JW North.”

  • Steve Franklin

    So, is there any recent news about the Etiwanda job?

    • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

      The word I got yesterday from a source is that it’s “a complete cluster %#8&”

      • Steve Franklin

        That’s a shame. Hopefully they get their act together quickly.

        • Not So Fast My Friend

          I second Steve on it being a shame and double down on Aram’s “cluster %#8&”

  • no-step

    Not a good choice. Expect mediocre football to continue.

    • AnOutsideTake

      So did you look at his past history at all or just speak with out research? You don’t think a few D1 CIF championships and college coaching experience is any good for a resume’? He worked at Amat from 76-94. So he coached the likes of McCutcheon, Bienemy, some of the all time Amat greats and Greatest teams plus if im not mistaken a few current Amat staff like Ealar Gallagher, Verti and was Hags mentor back in the day. So please explain how was this “not a good choice” Did you apply and not get a call back? Or just voting for someone different?

      • jcaz

        It is a good choice. Your right

        • UCLAman

          It would have been a good choice in 1992.

    • UCLAman

      Unless he gets some recruits. They need a lot of help.

  • New York

    How about posting Coach Paredes’ biography? You can help Damien’s recruiting cause by highlighting their new coach’s body of work. Also, I wonder if any current Amat assistants will now join Parede’s staff at Damien and help him build.

    • AnOutsideTake

      Fred reposted it from the Damien website

  • http://twitter.com/JoeAmat Joe Amat

    Pretty good chance he is named AD also and solves both those problems

  • tor eckman

    Record at JW North last 3 years: 6-5,10-2, 2-8; North’s in a mediocre league; I don’t remember his Bishop Amat teams as being noteworthy but it’s been awhile. I think they missed the boat not hiring Matt Bechtel.

    • AnOutsideTake

      There was no “boat” to be missed with Bechtel. He had his “boat” firmly docked over at chino hills waiting for the announcement we all heard yesterday. He doesn’t want to build up a program he wants one thats been smooth sailing lately. Theres something about rough seas ahead that some coaches don’t like. And theres more to his career than just those 3 years.

      • UCLAman

        A friend told me that bechtal didnt respond to Damiens call. I guess he doesnt care about burning bridges.

        • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

          Can anybody blame Bechtel? Chino Hills is easily a Top 5 job in this area. If he’s really juiced in like everyone says, then how can anyone blame him?

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            No one should blame Bechtel and I certainly don’t think it’s him burning bridges because he didn’t allegedly respond to Damien’s call. Chino Hills is one of the upper tier programs and certainly has a lot of community support.

            It would appear to an outsider that Damien calling Bechtel was like Jim Buss of the Lakers appeasing fans by calling Phil Jackson; out of courtesy. Buss wasn’t interested in hiring Jackson, otherwise he would have. The Damien president being affiliated with Amat wasn’t interested in pursuing Bechtel, otherwise he would have.

            One thing is true, if any school is seriously interested in a coach, they make it known by pursuing them either publicly or privately. I don’t recall seeing anything resembling that going on.

          • AnOutsideTake

            Bechtel applied. I dont entirely think your facts are straight in that last comment. Damien President is not affiliated in any way with Amat. Principal is a different story. And no it is not the same thing. The only true statement was that no bridges were burned.

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            You are more than welcomed to disagree. But I doubt that he did. Certainly not if he was or is the coach in waiting at Chino Hills. Which job is more appealing? Chino Hills by a mile. As for president or principal, that’s tomatoe tomato and really you’re splitting hairs on split ends and honestly doesn’t make a hill of beans to the point I was making.

            Second, it’s very much the same thing. You can stick your head in the sand and say it isn’t but the reality in the real world, says opposite. School administrators have rules to follow in hiring a coach, but there are ways to let it be known to the target, “you’re my guy.”

            Let me pose you a question. Not knowing all of the 70 applicants, and taking into consideration an earlier poster slammed Paredes record, then what made him the most qualified? Certainly Bechtel has a higher local profile and better local flavor. How does a Damien principal with Amat ties settle on a coach with Amat ties?

            It’s ok. Lots of people still believe in the tooth fairy

          • AnOutsideTake

            Chino Hills is more appealing to a newer coach that wants an an existing stable program. I personally would want something I could rebuild, call my own and feel far more accomplished if I succeed. Theres also a huge difference in public vs private. Again private would win again in my book, much more of a feeling of belonging. So that is really up to the applicant. I highly doubt Chino Hills will have 70+ applicants IF they even open the door for them. Look at Etiwanda right now. They cant buy an applicant! So there tends to be more of a desire for people to either work at a private school or work for the administration at that school with the open position. It really is all personal preference and where you feel most comfortable. You can have and people have had arguments for years on both sides of that fence.

            Also you cant really tell anyone “you’re my guy” when you narrow from 70+ to what you feel is an elite group to do interviews. Bechtel obviously thought it was a good job to pursue before Chino Hills opened the back door for him. Don’t you think it was a little convenient to see his name tossed around here like crazy until just before CH made an announcement. Plus the CH coach knew at Christmas that he was done but 3 weeks later announced it? I wonder why(note sarcasm)?? It gave me the Manti te’o feel of self promoting just before a big vote. Then suddenly a why wasn’t it him, big mistake, to hey look he’s going to be at Chino Hills (still unannounced for now).

            The earlier poster slammed parades with no knowledge of the past or the situation. You cant pull out 3 seasons of a 20 year career then not even relate that to the schedule played or the schools record prior to joining the team. Im sure you’ve been around the boards long enough to see the haters who will take any angle possible just to dislike a school or decision for no apparent reason or backing. Its just the life we live in unfortunatly. Very few back any negativity with sustenance or fact.

            You settle on a guy with Amat ties because of history with that Coach. You saw the video; Dr Hemenway hired him for his 1st head coach position and he coached some of Amat’s all time best teams as well as college level and other CIF championship teams. Parades knows the area, knows the catholic school ways and knows how to build up a program from nothing to a champion. I didn’t see that on Bechtel’s resume. Im sure he’s a qualified coach, don’t get me wrong. Im not discrediting his ability at all. In fact I hope he does well at CH and brings them a ring.

          • tor eckman

            Well since you seem to be referring to me as some sort of hater, smart guy, Iet me just state that I’m ambivalent about the Paredes hiring. I certainly didn’t “slam” him; I posted his last three seasons’ record because that’s all I could find. I said his last 3 seasons’ record, 18-15, was mediocre; go get a dictionary and look up the meaning of the word (and by the way, the word sustenance doesn’t mean what you think it does- the word you should have used in your second to last paragraph was “substance”; again, the dictionary is your friend).

            I knew he’d had some success previously at JW North but, in a quick search over the internet, I couldn’t find the exact numbers. I found it curious that a coach who’d moved on to the junior college ranks (which is a pretty decent gig) after nine years decides to move back to the high school level; that’s not a move you see very often, at least by choice. Also, if he “knows the area, knows the Catholic school ways” as you state, how did he not have the remotest idea of how Damien performed this year, especially living in West Covina? There’s a lot of cronyism when it comes to hiring high school coaches, especially in the private school ranks; given the circumstances, this move could be interpreted that way. And, for the record, I hope his tenure at Damien is a successful one- I’ve had kids who’ve gone through the school.

          • AnOutsideTake

            Just a FYI it was not just your post i was referring to. There was another by no-step. I understand the word mediocre as well as sustenance it has multiple meaning other than food or drink for nourishment. a synonym is also support. maybe substance would have been a better word for you to understand though.

            An you can be curious all you’d like about the move. But until you know the person you may not understand why they made their choices. Like did you know he coached his son in HS then again at the college level and when he moved back to HS his son came back to coach with him? People make decisions by choice sometimes and people just assume it wasn’t their choice because it wasn’t what that person would have done.

            Also knowing the area and the Catholic school ways means he taught/coached in the area and in the catholic schools. Specifically having prior experience with his new boss. Nothing of that says he would know Damien’s schedule or record. Im not sure of your coaching experience but with mine I never knew the record of anyone unless I had to play you or possibly play you in playoffs. Even then I looked more at who you beat and who you lost to not what the number itself was.

            Theres a lot of cronyism in life not just coaching. We network for a reason! But the resume has championships on it and one with the man doing the hiring so its more than just hooking up a friend if you actually look into the situation. Similar to Bechtel getting CH soon. His old boss will now be his new boss in a different light.

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            “Theres a lot of cronyism in life not just coaching”

            The truth hath been spoken. lol

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            I totally agree and laughed when I read the Manti Te’o analogy.

            I should have clarified the “You’re my guy” statement more. I think a school administrator either president or principal, or even an athletic director knows who they want as a coach of their program. Either it’s a full frontal assault with a direct request to apply for the spot combined with phone calls with a few phone calls. Then there’s the more indirect method, when intermediaries are used to convey messages. I’ve been around the game enough to have seen both used.

            In regards to Damien, I could never prove, nor could they disprove either wasn’t used to settle on Paredes. For now, it matters not. It is the irony that I find amusing. Damien brags, boasts, announces 70+ applicants applied for the job, they chopped the list down to five and whoola! One happens to be affiliated with Amat!

            In every level of sport, from professional right on down to youth leagues you are always guaranteed someplace, somewhere there is always some shade when there is light. And it doesn’t matter if it’s a public or private school that has the light cast upon it.

    • 90′s Spartan

      That 10-2 season came when North was in the Big 8. Last season’s playoff loss was a 7 point loss to division champ Kaiser.

    • Not So Fast My Friend

      Eckman – I think when you simply post their records, it doesn’t capture how they played. Yes a “L” is an “L”. But I have to say his teams were always coached well and prepared to play. That’s all a coach can do. Ultimately the players have to be able to execute the game plan. If they can’t, don’t, or won’t, it’s not always on the coach.

      • tor eckman

        You may be correct and my memory failed to recall the successes he had coaching at Bishop Amat way back when. His resume is much better than I realized when I made my original post; with that being said though, I think Damien should have looked to a younger coach with an established track record; I think Bechtel fit them to a tee; obviously, the Damien principal didn’t. I hope things work out for them.

        • Not So Fast My Friend

          I agree!

    • GP AKA Green Machine

      JW North doesn’t get the horses they used.

  • no-step

    He might have a slightly better record if he can get someone else to run the defense. Carroll is not a good defensive coach. His defense gave up 30 ppg. last year. That’s worse than his ppg. average under Morrison. During those years his defense gave up lots of points, too.

  • jcaz

    No disrespect to either program, but every time Amat plays Damien or St Paul, its a joke. They constantly beat these guys and really, the only reason why they even continue to play them is because of the “old” guard wanting some connection to the distant past.

    The fact is that Amat should be looking to playing teams which are more competitive and are able to give the Lancers a better gauge of where they are as a team.
    They should be looking at ways to put quality programs such as Corona Centennial, or other comparable Pac5 caliber teams on that schedule instead of “filler” games every season even if it means that those old traditions need to be updated every now and then.
    The fact is that none of these kids were around 20 years ago and its time for them to establish their own identities.
    After all, is it not the strength of schedule that invariably gets you into the playoffs at the end of the year ?

    • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

      Great take, Jcaz. So true. Amat destroys those teams whenever they play and I guess it makes some people still feel good about themselves.

      • jcaz

        You know, it scares me sometimes to realize how often you and I seem to agree on things as of late…..JK :)

      • Lancerito

        Aram, I think you were the one calling for Amat to play the local teams the last few years because you thought the local teams could handle Amat.
        Now that Amat did, you are trying to say it is “making someone feel good about themselves”.
        Which one is it Big Guy? Do you want the Lancers to show who is boss in the SGV or do you want them to play the Pac5 teams?
        Please let us know and I’m sure Hags will adjust the schedule to your liking. LMFAO

        • GP AKA Green Machine

          Amat should have Hired Paredes…Best Coach there in the last 25 years? NO?

          • Lancerito

            Noooooooooooooooooo. Hagerty and staff are the real deal. Every school has ebbs and flows in talent. I think they are on the verge of some really good things.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            With what talent? They are not close to winning the Serra, nor a pac5 1st round game….

        • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

          Never said that Amat should play the local teams because the local teams would beat them. What I did say is that instead of looking for nonleague games further west, i.e. Muir, Cathedral, Garfield, Amat should look for games to the east, i.e. CO, Inland teams, Central teams. Amat did that with Chino Hills (they didn’t beat them) and CO (did beat them). Play Upland. Play Rancho. Play CO. Play Chino Hills. I want Amat to both show who is boss in the SGV and also play good competition. Doesn’t have to be Pac-5 … they’ll see those teams eventually.

      • GP AKA Green Machine

        Yeah, but Amat is longing for some playoff success, and they guy who brought them greatness is at Damien Now…If Damien starts to take off, this could change things around these parts….Especially, Transfer happy Amat and CO players.

  • Valley Athletics

    Paredes was Named coach of the year in 1988 , reaching the cif finals that year , where they lost to fountain valley . In the bienemy and royster years led them to the quarter finals .92 he won it all . Good resume .

  • Valley Athletics

    paredes has a great resume , but so did Gano . At Amat paredes had all that talent . Don’t think he can do much at Damien without all that talent . Can’t believe he didn’t know anything about Damien’s past seasons. Specially when they are in the same division .

    • New York

      Sorta says that Damien was a non-factor in that division and this coach was focused only on things that were relevant to his team. It also suggests that he was recruited to Damien since he was not keeping a pulse of the situation.

    • GP AKA Green Machine

      Paredes, won the last major Division title in SGV history. I don’t see that on Gano’s resume. Great Pick up for Damien..

      • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

        If Paredes won the last one, then Gano won the second-to-last one in 2003. That team was 14-0, beat O-Lu in D6 final and was ranked No. 2 in LA Times Top 25 at end of season … and had 3-4 D-1 guys.

        • Valley Athletics

          2003 . That would make it the last major division .

        • New York

          Beating a major, or future major team, is different from winning a major division.

          • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

            well, then you can just use them being ranked No. 2 in the final Times rankings to know how legit they were.

          • New York

            1) You are creating a false argument. I never meant to suggest that 2003 Los Altos was not legit. I did, however, very clearly suggest/state that division 6 in 2003 was not a major division on par with division 1 or 2, even with the presence of OLU that year.

            2) I think the LA Times had a legitimate argument to rank them that high. They rolled La Habra (CIF Champ), Western (CIF Finalist) and South Hills (CIF Champ) that year in addition to their run in the playoffs, but that run in the playoffs was not against competition similar to Division 1 or 2 that year. The CIF Finalists in D1 were Loyola and Poly, D2 featured Mission Viejo and Hart…two teams who regularly just dismantled the best of the Baseline league.

          • http://twitter.com/aramtolegian Aram Tolegian

            Here’s something else to consider, the No. 1-ranked team in the LA Times rankings that year was Westlake … that would be D-4 Westlake for all you Amat fans out there. Drink up!

          • New York

            Well a “D-4″ Canyon Country beat De La Salle a couple years later, but Canyon Country was really a D2 for all respectable purposes.

            Aram, are you trying to further discredit the LA Times by posting Westlake #1 and Los Altos #2? Where was Loyola? They beat Poly in the finals that year. Will you please post the LA Times top 25 from that season so we can all have a good laugh?

        • GP AKA Green Machine

          D6 is not the same a D1 Just because Gano beat 1 great team, doesn’t mean he went thru 3-4 great teams, which you find on the D1 level…Isn’t that what Amat and SGV fans say makes D1 so tough?

      • Valley Athletics

        My point is that both coaches are good and won championships with major talent . Damien doesn’t have that talent and never will like those past teams .

        • no-step

          I agree with your assessment. That’s why great coaching is a must.

      • Valley Athletics

        He did win titles for amat and jw north . But he took over an amat team was ranked 3rd in the state with senior running back Eric bienemy . At JW north he took over a good program . They actually had 5 finals appearances after he left.won 4 titles . Hagerty was his assistant on his 2001 title . We know he is a good coach but he has never had the challenge of rebuilding a team . He has a good incoming junior class but not a good incoming freshmen class .

        • GP AKA Green Machine

          It does not take a lot for Parochial Powers to change. Especially in the SGV, where there are only two names people know. It’s not like Damien plays in lower Division. It’s not like Bishop Amat is winning, or blowing out SGV teams. It’s really a matter of 1 to 3 really good players that separate these schools. If he can get people excited about Damien football. He could turn the program around. I don’t care how much talent was at Bishop amat…He won the big one, and in that division talent alone does not mean you will win. Especially in the 90′s where kids did not transfer.
          talent was localized, and Every school was decent. Hagerty never won anything close to a division 1 champion ship. Who was the Coach a Dbar in 1999-2000? That guy got had a bigger win than Gano….

          • New York

            Terry Roche. He coached DBar for 20 years. His 1995 team was 14-0 in D3 and beat Noter Dame.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            Thanks New York…Everyone forgets about DBar…last CIF title in d2 and d3….crazy

          • Amat 90′

            That would of been Roache at DB. Remember that great Win. As far as Coach Parades I had the privilege of being coached by him at my time at AMAT (86-90). the lessons this man taught me went way beyond Football. Life lessons,how do they say in that commercial?PRICELESS. Its funny seeing Coach once in a while at Clinics or Competitions he has never changed, still has that swagger and humility all in one.Damien got a steal. I do agree that times have changed since then but his plan for success on the field is still spot on. Good luck Coach.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            I was thinking the same thing….Head Coaches don’t have to be experts on X’s and O’s. You can hire talented Coordinators, who spend all day drawing up plays in the dirt. You can hire coaches who know the turf, and can get great local talent to come to the school. He can use his name, and resume to draw people in. What’s important is organization, motivation, dedication to the Team. A great coach never loses the ability to institute these concepts. This coach knows how to coach the big games, so he will have his team ready for all the big games the sierra league has next year. Now does this mean they will win the inland next year? No, but it means Damien should have a fresh new look and attitude…It’s not about who you play or where you play, it’s about how you play. How will Damien play next year… If he can have these team develop the mindset of those old Amat teams, they could surprise a few people.

          • 90′s Spartan

            “What’s important is organization, motivation, dedication to the Team.”
            I think you nailed it.

          • no-step

            Head coaches do, in fact, have to be experts on X’s and O’s. They also must be able to direct, motivate, and organize.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            No they don’t have to be experts….They do have to know how to teach Fundamentals of the game…How to block, catch balls, tackle etc…but you hire a O coordinator for sure….if you know Defense, you can call the D. But defense is simple. Especially on the high school level. A head coach can’t oversee O, D and special teams….if he is preoccupied with the responsibility of running everything. A lot of details will get missed. But if he has two excellent and smart coordinators.. he can step back…and comb thru all 3 phases without focusing on one and neglecting another.

          • no-step

            Yes, they do have to be experts, and no, defense is NOT simple.

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            It’s no where near as complicated as offense.

          • no-step

            In today’s world of defenses, yes it is.

  • New York

    That Rebok Bowl was a once sided beat down of Sylmar. The only thing that went against Amat that night was their nose guard getting hurt. Even a botched punt snap turned into the Amat punter running for a first down.

  • New York

    Tough resume to turn down. Can not argue with mutliple CIF championships at different schools. In 1992 he rode Rodney Sermons to a 15-0 record and in1995 he rode Chris Claiborne to a 14-0 season at JW North. 1993 Amat had Cory Minor and Daylon McCutcheon as juniors at had a tough loss at Antelope Valley in the quarters and 1994 was the epic battle and loss to Mater Dei in the Finals. There is no question he is accustom to winning and understands the value of allowing one or two superior players run over the opposition. My guess is that if Damien administration gets him one 5-star recruit then he will build the entire team around that guy and win a lot of games.

    If I were a bit pessimistic I would wonder if his past success was largely attributable to his assistant coaches (Haggerty and Salter), two guys who have not been on his staff at North the past three years. Is Paredes like Bill Walsh who groomed a bunch of successful future coaches or is he like Bill Parcels who did not do well without Belechick?

  • New York

    The piece we’ve not yet discussed is the value Coach Paredes brings to Damien through his intimate knowledge of Riverside County football, the power of the Inland Division. This is not knew to him as it was to predecessors. Paredes should know now, before game one, how his personell stacks up and what they need to accomplish in the offseason in order to beat some quality Inland team.

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