CIF denies Antonio “Noodles” Hull’s appeal … junior standout will miss most or all of 2013 season …

CIF has denied Diamond Bar High School football player Antonio “Noodles” Hull’s appeals bid and the junior standout will not be eligible to play for the Brahmas varsity football team until Nov. 16.

Hull, the Tribune’s Newcomer of the Year last fall, left West Covina in February and transferred to Diamond Bar. West Covina challenged the transfer on grounds that it was athletically motivated and presented the CIF-Southern Section with an email from Hull’s father as proof.

The Southern Section declared Hull ineligible prompting Hull’s family to hire Orange County attorney Chris Prussak in hopes of winning their appeal with the executive committee.

“I’ve never seen a high school go after a kid like this,” said Prussak, who will now discuss with Hull’s family whether a lawsuit will be filed. “It was like a girlfriend being dumped. The bottom line is that West Covina had an ax to grind with Mr. Hull. They put CIF on alert this transfer was happening way before it was done.

“Shame on West Covina High School when you have these adult coaches going after a child like this.”

Hull made a splash when he arrived at West Covina for his freshman year. A former standout in the Snoop Youth Football League, Hull had many suitors before he enrolled at West Covina to start his career.

As a freshman, Hull starred on the freshmen team before being called up to the varsity team after turning 14-years-old. Hull saw limited action, but by his sophomore season he was one of the top players on the team.

Hull bounced between quarterback and running back on offense last season, and also started at safety on defense. His big performances in wins over Paramount and Muir helped West Covina advance to the semifinals of the Southeast Division playoffs.

Shortly after the season, rumors swirled that Hull would leave West Covina for Diamond Bar. By February, Hull’s exit had become reality. Soon after receiving the transfer paperwork, West Covina challenged Hull’s move.

Hull was declared ineligible by CIF and lost his first appeal before his parents hired Prussak to represent their son before the executive committee.

According to Prussak, attorneys representing CIF and the moderator were present at the appeals hearing, a maneuver he had not seen when arguing eligibility cases in the past.

“I just felt it was an unfair, unfortunate and intimidating environment for a child to be in,” Prussak said. “I respect CIF’s decision. They have a very tough job trying to interpret these rules.

“We did the best we could. We definitely laid down our facts, our case and our soul for CIF and explained to them why the transfer was necessary.”

With his all-important junior season in terms of college recruiting now lost, Hull can either play at the junior varsity or begin getting ready for his senior season.

“Our focus now is to get his grades to keep improving and get him into a four-year college with or without football,” Diamond Bar head coach Ryan Maine said. “He is a great kid on our team and an unselfish leader.

“I will promise that Antonio will be taken care of here.”

Hull has been practicing with the Brahmas and participating in summer passing games. Diamond Bar’s regular season ends Nov. 8 against Walnut, thus making Hull ineligible to play until the second round of the Southeast Division playoffs … if the Brahmas get that far.

Diamond Bar hosts West Covina on Oct. 4.

  • Colt74

    One down. One to go.

  • Jefe

    Scumbag move. Not surprised though.

  • reality

    I hope the Trib guys stop promoting so loudly to let kids transfer without consequences. Some obviously feel they can get away with it if the local prominent media support them. I’am sure this will make plenty of parents and guardians take a second look at this step. Payton has no chance now. Senior season gone seemingly.

  • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

    Well its done! so lets move on with the season!

  • Aaron

    Hope no one was expecting Kraft Mac n’Cheese to be eligible.

    • Not So Fast My Friend

      Don’t be that simple. CIF investigates only what they are told via the filing of a complaint (masked as a challenge).

      Of course they’re not the same. No one ever compared CIF. The point of the exercise was vindictive coaches who welcome specific transfers one hand and cry over others when they want to leave.

      The flip side of this is in building a program, you don’t lay waste to kid to do it.

      • Aaron

        I’m not that naive. They knew what was going down because of how high profile he was when he chose to attend WesCo, maybe if this paper didn’t give him pub then he wouldn’t be looking at this.

  • Not So Fast My Friend

    Surprised I am. However, I stand by my previous thoughts on this subject. Coaches being vindictive to a player who wants to leave their program just shows their true character. Even more, it shows the CIF as being little more than being complicit in the spite. Student Athletes are still students. And a parent should be allowed to move their child to another school or program that is in the best interest of their child or in other words, as they see fit. Unlike the NCAA, there is nothing contractual between a student, a student athlete, their parent and a high school that prevents them from doing so. Just CIF. That’s a tragedy in every sense of the word. One day a big money parent is going to haul the CIF into court for this rule and any damages. CIF will lose that case, big.

  • Insider

    Schocker LOL Peyton is up on the chopping block next!

    • The Truth Will Set You Free

      Nice comment Insider. Remember that these are just kids you are referring to being on the chopping block. Ones future has been hampered here today by adults like yourself. That is if you are an adult. And the future of another will be determined in the near future. Just KIDS.

    • AMAT 73

      Insider,
      Don’t be so quick on passing a verdict as of yet. Undue influence in pending in Payton’s also . Athletic motivation is one thing ( player ) and undue influence ( school connection ) is another , so let’s see how CIF rules on that and who gets accused of the influence . Can’t see them handing Payton a whole season penalty and then slapping the hand of the influencer with a one game suspension if it is the coach . That would open up a can of worms no doubt .

  • GP AKA Green Machine

    Very Sad. Noodles looked very happy to get back on the field doing what he loves and that’s high school football. I am sure he is floored by this ruling and for a kid it’s hard to understand all the politics. They just want to play ball. Now that has been taken away from the kid. Whose to blame Maggiore, the parents, CIF. I think Southern Section needs to hold a open forum with Parents, Coaches, and Players. CIF is out of touch with the socioeconomic trends at the moment. People move more often, players are now taking more responsibility in getting themselves notice, and with Multimedia, it’s almost impossible not to see what other schools and programs have to offer, and that can be very powerful and persuasive. There are no winners here. There is no feel good part of this story. Some will say a lesson can be learned, but the problem is, next season, we will see the same thing happen again. There has be a change in philosophy from all parties. Coaches shouldn’t take the stance that a kid owes the program anyway because at the end of the day the parents which are tax payers pay their salaries, and if they don’t like the product, they are somehow forced to stay or else. Kids play because they love the game, and coaches for the most part coach because they love the game and want to help kids. I think CIF lost sight of that. If all kids were allowed one transfer, no matter what, things would level out and i don’t think kids would just go transfer crazy. You would see more transfers, but you would also see more kids staying put because there are only 22 spots and if you wind up burning you transfer to a school that’s loaded, you may not play. Then CIF, would rule that you were given your chance and blew it. I hope people don’t go “I told you so..” on this one.

    • Not So Fast My Friend

      No better way to say it… “Coaches shouldn’t take the stance that a kid owes the program … and if they don’t like the product, they are somehow forced to stay or else…”

      • GP AKA Green Machine

        Not so fast, it’s hard to know what a program is about until you spend at least one year on varsity. for some it’s the soph yr and for some it’s the Jr yr. You could have a different perception of a program when your on the Freshman team. Once you get to varsity, your eyes are opened, and you may want out, but they way things are now, it’s going to cost you a entire year, and if you are a jr like Payton, this is it! Very Sad! If my son lost his senior year i would be sick. Canada lost his, and he went from a for sure D1 BCS school to D1AA school. That’s huge.

        • Not So Fast My Friend

          I totally agree. That was an excellent point you made which is why I quoted it. It doesn’t get much better than that.

  • tonto

    football fan, you and aram and not so fast my friend are really good at dropping hate bombs like “scumbag”, “vindictive”,” God’s wrath”, etc.etc. Through this entire ordeal it is obvious that you guys have said stuff that has been not true. For example, there was no investigation or complaint in the noddles transfer. West co and diamond bar did the paper work, checked the boxes and sent it to cif. No further communication. The kid and his parents thought they could beat the system and even with their attorney, they lost their appeal. It was doomed from the beginning. You can be angry about the transfer rule but when you call good people vindictive. a hypocrite and a scumbag you have gone off the range.

    • Football Fan

      If you actually knew details about the appeal, a major part of it was mistreatment of Noodles by Maggiore himself, among many other things. It’s “doing the right thing” when he files a complaint about a player leaving him, but not a big deal when other transfers come into the program? Sounds pretty hypocritical to me.

      • tonto

        so now its not athletic motivation but mistreatment of noddles among other things. wow! you are unbelieveable . obviously the appeals board wasn’t buying it.

        • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

          ALOT of details YOU didnt know about the case!

          • tonto

            apparently the appeals board wasn’t buying ALOT of details either.

          • Guest

            which was?? Since you apparently no sooo much!!

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            Which was ??..since you apparently know more than anybody else on this thread!!

      • AMAT 73

        NSFMF and FOOTBALL FAN,

        On a transfer in , isn’t it the responsibility of the outgoing school to challenge the transfer if they feel it is tainted and not the incoming school ? Besides something led Noodles to enroll at DB or do you think he came up with that school on his own ?????? Since you know the details what was the mistreatment ? It is easy to throw statements like that out and see what sticks .Don’t get me wrong as the punishment for Noodles is totally wrong as is the rule but you can’t say the man standards have been lowered because he checked a box that asked a question he answered as he saw fit . Now on the paper work for the incoming school is there a box that asks the same question as in, do you know of any athletic motivation or indue influence concerning this transfer . If he did know of any and did not check the box , then brand him hypocrite ,scumbag , or any other name you want to call him . But if the outgoing schools signed off on all those past transfers you keep bring up , then it seems ,without reading between the lines , they were fine . And besides Maggiore keeping quiet on that would be keeping those man standards you seem to live by , so if he did that , you would praise Maggiore , wouldn’t you ??????

        • Not So Fast My Friend

          Hey Amat, yup. If the ex school believes something funky is going on, it’s incumbent upon them to challenge the transfer. However, how do we define “something funky?” Most of the challenges I’ve heard and witnessed are led 99.99% of the time by a coach who is butt hurt because a top player wants to or has transferred. This is why I coined the Little Johnny scenario. It’s not a one size fits all rule the coaches use to manipulate the process. And they do manipulate it out of being vindictive.

          I already explained the “man” standard. No need to re-explain it. However, it’s not keeping secret something he believes is wrong doing. That’s completely different. What we have here is a parent who is or was upset with West Co’s coaching staff for whatever reason it may have been. I have no idea if the parent met with them to discuss it prior too or not. I’m not vested in the issue as well. What I do know is that if a high school student athlete (and their parent) wants to leave a program and go elsewhere, they should be allowed to go. Unencumbered by a coach or coaches that can use a challenge to disrupt it.

          Here’s a better example. If Noodles father said, “… the coach at Diamond Bar told me that if I bring my son there he’s going to let him do this or play that…” Ok that’s a flat out violation and undue influence. Yet if a parent says, “I don’t like the fact that you have my son sitting on the bench, or you have little Johnny at 120 pounds playing nose tackle, I’m going to transfer him to another school.” That should be that parent’s right.

          • AMAT 73

            NSFMF,

            I totally agree with the Liitle Johnny senario and yes if parents want to move their kid to a better situation for him by all means let it happen . But the rules these players who transfer must live by are pretty clear cut . As I said in a previous post , just say thanks and move on keep your reasons to yourself .

        • WCDan

          Amat 73,
          Great post, where is the criticism on Diamond Bar signing off and therefore lying to CIF that they knew of no athletic motivation or undue influence or if the kid played on off school teams affiliated with the incoming school? The form does ask the incoming school all of that . If you really were concerned about a kids future, be honest and upfront with him and tell the kid that the transfer will be a big risk with CIF and a big chance he will be ineligible and therefore recommend he stays with his team. That is what West Co has done with two of the top SGV runningbacks these past two seasons, they were straight forward enough to turn both kids away because they knew there was clear athletic motivation in both situations. Diamond bar should haved done the same with Noodles knowing that athletic motivation was involved.

          • Brown noser

            Wow DAN you really are an idiot. How would DB know it’s an athletically motivated transfer when Westco was laying in the weeds waiting to drop the email on the kids head like a bag of bricks? DB is not the one in possession of said email. You also need to get your facts straight, DB does not have any “off school teams”. Broadus and Bell play on a 7 on 7 team that has ZERO ties to DB. The team is made up of mostly kids from the SYFL Allstar Team with kids from LBPoly and St. John Bosco etc. In fact if it were a DB team don’t you think there would be mostly DB kids on the team and don’t you think they would be using the DB QB and not Rosen from St John Bosco? Again, get your facts straight before you open your ignorant pie hole next time. Stop trying to insinuate that DB put undue influence on Noodles to transfer. Are Broadus and Bell not allowed to speak to a friend of many years because he goes to a different school? If that were true then just about any kid with a Facebook acct. that plays High School Sports would be guilty of undue influence. Maybe if Westco did a little better job of educating their athletes a kid like Noodles wouldn’t need to transfer to a superior academic school like DBar.

          • WCDan

            Brown noser,
            Both staffs were in contact about this transfer prior to it ever being filed with CIF.
            Your coach made that sarcastic statement that Hull would be taken care of over here at DB, Well if they really wanted to take care of Hull, DB should have sent him back to WC where they knew he would have no eligibility issues. Instead they lie on the CIF papers that they know of no AM or UI. By the way as for the UI, Brodus and Bell have a rather influential roll model that they and a lot of other kids including Noodles look up too, thats all I’m gonna say on that, you can figure out the rest einstein.

          • Brown noser

            Send him back to Westco? Exactly how is the Coach at DB suppose to send him back? Handcuff him, put him in a box and call Fedex? Don’t you think that decision is up to his parents? What do you think he is, a poorly cooked diner that you send back to the cook?? You do understand that this a human being that were talking about and not some type of commodity, right? Oh, I forgot were talking about Westco Football where the Coaching Staff’s sole concern is winning football games. What kind of people are you and even more so, what kind of people are running the circus over there in Westco? As far as undue influence, give me a break, you call life long friends speaking to one another as “undue influence” ? Ha, ha, ha, you need to go crawl back under the rock you climbed out from under. You make it sound as if the kid has no free will and no leadership qualities. If Bell or Broadus say jump he says how high and how long? I’ve always found it to be creepy when adults with no kids on the team spend all their free time hanging around the practice field.

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            You’d think he would know this with all the crap he has had to say!

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            Is that NOT Hulls decision if he wishes to go back to WC,?? That that he would at this point the way WC has trashed him! The fact that he is willing to wait out a yr at DB should tell everybody on this board how he feels about going back to WC!Bottom line what difference would it make if he went back to WC, he doesnt want to suit up , so why keep pushing that played out issue!

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            You shouldve been done with it days ago!

      • Confused…

        Justin Hornsby

    • Not So Fast My Friend

      The word “vindictive” is a hate bomb? Really?

      One side of the isle are granny smith apples. On the other side are Washington reds. They’re still apples.

      When a school (or coaches) “check off the box” and submit the form to the CIF it’s a challenge. In more drier terms it’s a complaint. They are saying something is wrong here and for CIF to look into it. CIF asks for additional information and they “investigate.” After they’re done, they issue a ruling. I don’t know why there is this insistence on splitting hairs to the root.

      Gone off the range? I REALLY don’t think so.

      Let me ask you this, what did West Co’s coaches accomplish? Denying a kid they claimed to be concerned about, want to see succeed, an opportunity to do those things elsewhere??

      I’m sorry if that’s your definition of being a noble man, then the “man” standard has fallen to new lows.

      • tonto

        so you are the guy that sets the “man” standard. this is not about your opinions about other people. it is about a cif rule that alot of people don’t like. I don’t care for it myself. i don’t care for cif myself. i don’t care for the oregon ducks either. but we can still be civil and you are not being that. there needs to be a better way to deal with the transfer problem and we all need to focus on finding that way. until then, we have to live with the rule and cif. go beavs!

        • Not So Fast My Friend

          Oh no you didn’t just go “Go Beavs!!” I almost spit out my Starbucks. lol

          Man standard? Yes because I’ve read other posts that have called the West Co coach a great guy, top notch, blah, blah, blah. “Great guys” don’t do what he did, regardless. If Noodles wanted to leave that program, a great guy, a top notch guy would have wished him good luck and got his team ready to go. Next man up. Keep in mind this kid, Noodles, is the same kid I’m quite sure that coach said he cared about and wanted him to succeed. It would appear that wanting him to succeed only mattered as long as he was at West Co.

          We’re being civil because I’m going to excuse your association with the Beavers (cough, cough) as heat related trauma. lol

          • tonto

            talk about heat trauma! you need to get off your beat down of the west co coach and focus on the rule. the only way noddles would be eligible is if west co lied on the paperwork and withheld information… now, lets focus on the transfer rule. should cif let kids transfer at will as many times as they like? should cif allow a kid to play football at one school and baseball at another? should we draw a line or declare “open season”? these are the kinds of questions that need to be answered. we need to quit personalizing all this. is coach Z the next coach to get raked over the coals when peyton is declared ineligible? where does it end?

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            Now you’re talking.

            I posted my reply above.

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            BINGO!

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      You forgot that Maggiore “Challenged”: the transfer!!

  • Highlander

    This does not look good for Payton. If he decided he didn’t want to deal with this whole mess and not take a chance could he go back to SD and be eligible. At what point is the point of no return. Noodles didn’t like the coaching staff, but It seems the reason Payton left was different, better opportunity to get recognized for D1 scholarship. So if he is willing to swallow his pride, could he could back if they were willing to take him.

    • GP AKA Green Machine

      That would take a huge apology, and some tears to possibly get the trust of the teammates, because these kids don’t understand the politics and responsibility of the parents. We all remember coming home from practice mad at our coach. A parent would talk you down, find out what happen, if it was nothing serious, then send you back to practice the next day. What did coach Z say or do make this kids family want to move? That’s if he did anything to begin with.

      • Saints Fan

        You kinda forget he was at school for over a month finishing the semester after he stopped going to spring football. Avoiding his teammates in classes, avoiding them at breaks (which is hard to do on a campus that is kinda small). Basically blowing off friends and teammates you quit on. Yep, there would be a huge bridge to rebuild for sure.

        • GP AKA Green Machine

          I see…Being that most football teams do have a family atmosphere, I could see how that could happen. You can tell when something is seriously wrong with your buddies. I am sure his teammates were thinking it was something else. I am sure they were just as hurt when they found out he was leaving. It’s just sucks all the way around. I think the hardest part is looking your brothers in the face and saying what we built here is not good enough. You are not good enough. No one really cares how a coach or admins feel. It’s your teammates. That is the personal issue. Kids are not equipped to express their reasons, they just turn to avoidance.

    • Saints Fan

      You bring up a very interesting point. So, say Payton looks at this (which I am sure he won’t because Hull’s denial & Payton’s situation are entirely different I believe) and wants to go back. Now, none of us have seen the paperwork, but something was submitted that said most likely, hey, WE have moved, we now live in Upland and we want to play football. OK, so we had the Upland AD sign, the Upland Principal Sign, the Upland Coach sign…. we had the SD AD sign, the SD Principal sign, the SD head coach sign… but appears SD said we believe there was some undue influence in why you all picked up and moved to Upland to play football, so we are checking a “different” box. oh yah and WE The Parents/Caregivers signed and I the Player signed. We enrolled the Student / Athlete in Upland HS which is presumed to have happened otherwise why would you do any paperwork. So now, they say, ooops, psych just kidding, aaah you mind just tearing up all that paperwork and ignoring all those attestations that Upland made, that WE made and forget about it. We are gonna just go back to San Dimas…. see the funny thing is, to be able to fill out the paperwork, I believe you have to establish a new residency (means deposits if you rent, purchase, etc) and you have to VACATE the prior residence by the ENTIRE Household. See the old days of daddy getting an apartment have run their course and supposedly CIF is wise to that old school caper. That doesn’t appear likely to happen. And if it did, it goes back to filing false statements with CIF which is covered in the Blue Book so I would think they would be a little smarter than that. So, I would figure, you committed to a course of action, better start lighting some candles , saying some novena’s or whatever your choice is and hope CIF deems whatever was provided isn’t strong enough…

      • MonkeyWrench

        Until he plays a down for upland he be free to come and go with no penatly no matters where da paper work is or where he be enrolled.

        • MonkeyWrench

          opps and before CIF makes da ruling.

  • MonkeyWrench

    Da whole transfer thang needs to stop. Sorry for the kids that gettin caught in between as cif figures dis out. But dare parents need be working on helping dare kids deal with problems not run from dem. It just be causing more problems. Beside it be flat out embarrassing to have 12-15 transfer into a program like upland. disgrace to hs sports

  • reality

    Kid don’t like his coach, transfer, kid don’t like his English teacher, transfer.Kid don’t like his boss, quit. Kid don’t like his new boss, quit again, kid don’t like his new team, transfer again….. A young man should have learned by this age to man up and deal with the issues. Talk to your teachers and coaches. You may not feel you got treated fairly but then alot of life ain’t fair but you can’t always just transfer or quit and think that solves things.. You don’t learn much from that!!!! Don’t get seduced by the hustlers and pimps telling you your beautiful, its their own pocket they are concerned with not yours.

    • tonto

      reality—-WELL SAID!

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      You dont know the story! So who are you to comment about what he was going through!??

  • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

    Spoke to Coach Maine , the boys are ready to go w/wo Noodles! ..and Hull does have 1 yrs remaining! As they say, prepare to make the best of it!

    • WCDan

      “Spoke to Coach Maine , the boys are ready to go w/wo Noodles!”
      Well that was quick, Noodles is left hanging and Coach Maine and Co. are on to bigger and better things. DB knew all along this was a risky move on Hulls part and that he would be in danger of being ineligible yet he was welcomed with open arms and most likely encouraged to come to DB. Now that this has comeback and bit Noodles, DB is ready to go with or without him.
      Yeah thats taking care of him all right, just come over here and we’ll find a spot for you, hang out with Snoop a little, maybe even drive his bently, if you get caught and have to sit out a season what the heck, it’s only your junior season, you can hit the weights and get bigger, it’ll go quicker than you think, but at least we’ll get to use you for your senior season!
      If DB was really looking out for Noodles they would have told him to stay where he would be eligible.

      • Brown noser

        What would you suggest DAN? Cancel the season? Unlike Westco, at least the DB Staff and Admin. work hard to make sure their kids are able to clear the NCAA Clearing house.

        • WCDan

          Too late for my suggestion the damage is done, DB & WC must both play out their seasons with Noodles not playing for either team, now if DB had done the right thing and told Noodles to go back to WC where he would have no eligibility risk issues, and also where he would have eventually gotten his wish as WC’s
          starting QB, alond with a new offense that was going to be suited just for his athleticism, Noodles would be playing this year and you wouldn’t be hiding behind a keyboard calling people names like the brave man that you are.

          • Brown noser

            Let me get this straight. You turn on your computer, log onto the Trib. Blog with your anonymous user name and call me out for hiding behind a keyboard. Maybe you should crack open a dictionary and look up the meaning of the word “hypocrite”. Also, I’m not calling you names, I’m simply making a factual observation about you IQ.

          • WCDan

            My name is Dan, I used to go by that name on here till someone else took my username when they changed the registration format, so I changed it to WCDan, I’ve never been anomynous on here. No reason to because I respect people on here until they disrespect me or they assasinate the character of good people that I know
            of. Used to go to WC practices regularly, and if you went there chances are you would have seen me. Haven’t been there too much lately because I’m busy doing other things
            The only hypocracy I see on here is people like you coming on here and attacking the character of a good person and good program without taking into consideration that there are two sides to every story.

          • Brown noser

            Ohhh DAN, yes of course I know who you are. Very original name, there couldn’t more then 2 or 3 thousand DAN’s in West Covina. My name is Brown, you can look me up in the White Pages under Noser. I’m thinking maybe I can look you up in the Yellow Pages under Gullible.

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            So the story changes NOW that he is not at WC?? WOW!!

  • pbah1

    geez sandy, west co and their over weight coach are really going to miss you and your kids.

  • SGV_FOOTBALL

    Where’s West Covina Dan? I would be pretty bummed out if the team I supported decided to start challenging kids leaving our program. When Vaughn’s left to Amat not a peep was said. I was happy to seem him go to a program that he felt comfortable with. Look at him now will probably be their showcase receiver.

    • AMAT 73

      SGV,

      Sssssshhhhhhh , enough of that . Vaughn’s choice of school was AMAT not CO . He was on our freshman team . So no peep was warranted , unless you have some insider info . On another note , how’s the team looking for this coming season . Haven’t heard much of anything on CO as far as passing league only a bit about Big Lou commenting on La Habra . But your right neither CO nor AMAT challenge transfers as a rule . I could go on about Vaughns but we still have the whole season for that type of banter . Good luck to the Chargers this coming season , except in one game !!!!!!!!!!

      • AramT

        Amat 73,

        And when Amat’s program takes off over the next few years and the transfers start rolling in, AND THEY WILL, then nobody will have to apologize for anything.

        That’s why Amat and CO don’t challenge … oh yeah and also because they have a “if you don’t want to be here, then there’s the door” POLICY!

        • 12th man

          not too mention they’re stacked 3 deep in every position~

        • Aaron

          Why is it always next year…we are what five years into the Haggerty era and nothing? Nice to see patience though.

          • AramT

            It’s always next year because Amat doesn’t play the game the way other D-1 schools do, for better or worse. They are content to wait for the dream class to come in. And it appears that’s exactly what’s happened with this year’s sophs. They’ll be a force if they stay together.

          • AMAT 73

            Aaron,
            Well it’s not that long of a wait , and to say nothing is not quite true . Playoffs every year be it by coin flip or earned and one Serra league title in those five year is more than we had seen in a few years . It’s all in how it is looked at and by whom .

        • AMAT 73

          Exactly , no one player is bigger than the program and if AMAT is not for you it’s thank you and good luck at your next home , no hard feelings . You just might be right about the incoming transfers but I would I would hope it’s more of chosing AMAT right out the gate as our recent freshman classes have shown . These kids are ballers and let’s see if it carries to the incoming freshman class .

          • GP AKA Green Machine

            73, Who is going to be the QB next year? I think that’s the only concern. Haynes will be gone. They are going to have have Solid QB in step with their talent skills…in your opinion do you think Amat has been hit or miss with lining up the total package to get them back to championship form?

    • WCDan

      I’m here,
      Not bummed or disappointed in WC , but I am
      disappointed in this situation and that Noodles is not playing as a junior, there is a lot to this story that i’ve been told about by WC insiders, and only one side is being presented on this blog. Noodles is a good kid from what I’ve seen, and I know through the years, Maggiore is a good coach and a good man and father. From what I’ve been told by WC insiders, not only is there the hard evidence on athletic motivation that exist, but even bigger is there was undue influence involved not only with Noodles but other key players on the team too.
      So if your a coach and this is happening to your program, why on earth would you lie on the CIF form
      that you have no knowlege of any of this?

      • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

        Why do you assume every situation is the same????and thats hearsay…you know that crap wouldnt hold up in court so why bring it here!??

  • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

    Well, dont know bout the rest of you! But to show my support for DB and the team , im headin over to team website to donate to their $10,000 fundraising goal!…..Feel free to follow!

    • Sandy

      I will do just that to show my support and disappointment with west Covina.

      • WCDan

        You still here?, thought you left already.

  • reality

    @disqus_wD2qThRkJd:disqus My thoughts are general not specific, I assumed that was clear but I forget there are some slow folks on here. Other than that I know not of what you speak.

  • Not So Fast My Friend

    Tonto

    I posted the response to your question here because I think it’s something everyone should have a part in instead of being lost and isolated below.

    A more well thought out rule would allow a player to transfer once without question. If a third school is being sought, then CIF could investigate if the school falls within x number of miles to the original school. This is all just draft language and ideas, but something along those lines.

    The undue influence rule should remain and probably be toughened up a bit. Although I think we all know coaches recruit, I do not approve a coach recruiting another coach’s players. The penalty for that should be close to the NCAA’s version of the death penalty. Not the actual, but close enough that coaches get the point.

    Thoughts on improving the transfer rule??

    • tonto

      not so fast my friend i liked your post and your comments. now we are getting somewhere. i feel that a player should be allowed one free transfer anytime during his high school 4 years with no sit out period, but with undue influence still in play. after that, if a student whats to transfer things should get tougher, not impossible, but tougher. Maybe with 30 day sit out period back in play automatically.. athletic motivation should be flushed. cif needs to address the transfer rule asap……but i am not holding my breath…..

      • 12th man

        One free transfer sounds good! Could you imagine all the pac5 schools that would benefit & turn their sub-par team into a pro-bowl all-star team?..would be great entertainment though~

  • AramT

    WARNING: Do not call any coaches scumbags or any other names. I know we all feel passionately about this topic, either way, but please do not resort to name calling. If you do, I will delete the comment.

    • Football Fan

      My apologies. I do feel very strongly about this, but that was out of line. I still very much feel he was in the wrong.

    • Jefe

      Sorry Aram.

      Will edit mine.

  • GP AKA Green Machine

    Bottom Line, We don’t know how coach treated noodles, and we don’t know what kind of teammate/player noodles was. To prevent your programs dirty laundry from going public, you quietly let the kid go and that’s the same for San Dimas. Perception is everything. How you are perceived can sometimes hurt you more than how you truly are. There is no telling what went down at those schools, and there is no telling what was done or said behind close doors between both parties. Now look at this…West Co has bad pub…Noodles has bad pub….San Dimas is going to have bad pub, and Payton are going to get some bad pub along with Upland. It’s a shame I tell you.

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      Noodles did nothing wrong!

      • GP AKA Green Machine

        I am not saying that he did. I am just saying, we don’t know what was said behind the curtains. I would think that a adult would not get unraveled by what a kid says….but maybe by what the parent said in defense of their child. I am sure noodles is a respectable kid. But the word Guardian is there for a purpose, and if a parent feels their kid is being harmed, they will say and do just about anything. We know adults can go for blood, so maybe coach is trying to get back at parent and kid is caught in the middle.

  • 12th man

    Undue influence,athletically motivated,blah blah blah, The CIF rule sucks! The whole sitting out an entire year is bogus & only affects the athlete..1st offense should be a fine to the parents let’s say $1,000 & the kid has too sit out all non-league games, 2nd offense should be 2,500 & sit out the year..CIF is all about money anyway? this would be right up their alley~

  • 12th man

    In huge news in Ventura County, Todd Therrien is no longer the football coach at Ventura St. Bonaventure. That’s the breaking news on Wednesday morning spreading around the school.

    An interim coach is expected to be named to replace Therrien, who has been involved with the program since he was a two-way player in 1993-96.

    School officials are not commenting, saying it’s a personnel matter. Football parents are being informed of the change. Therrien could not be reached for comment.

  • 12th man

    Three high schools in the Pomona Unified School District _ Pomona, Diamond Ranch and Garey _ will have new AstroTurf fields this fall.

    Construction began in May on the $16 million project. The fields are supposed to be ready in August.

    Each field will have artificial grass, similar to what was used at StubHub Center in Carson for the CIF state championship bowl games.

    Funding comes from a voter-approved bond measure that was passed in 2008.

    • John M

      Nice

    • Colt74

      And not to be outdone, the city of Covina has splurged on a can of green spray paint to cover the dirt patches at Covina District Field.

  • reality

    @Monkey. Just curious. what’s with the ebonic style writing? Who or what are you trying to represent? I’m one of those slow folks and just don’t get it. Please help.

    • MonkeyWrench

      Da only thang dat matters is if u be agreing with my points or not. Who i be, pretend to be or wanta be aint nobodies biz just like anyone else hidding behind an annomous handles. until you be signing with your name and email address dont be worring about it.

  • reality

    What you are pretending to be is exactly my question. I’m not interested in finding out who you are but what you are pretending to be using your words. I can’t agree or disagree with any of your views if you yourself are not serious but just trying to anger a certain segment with your dats and thangs.

  • Aaron

    So you’re telling me is that he’s also academically ineligible?

    • AramT

      If you’re referring to Noodles, no. In fact, his mom takes grades so seriously that when he got a bad one at West Covina during his frosh year, she held him out of a game.

      • Aaron

        Then what’s with the part in earlier threads about bad grades and then the quotes about his grades from Maine?

        • AramT

          His grades have come up very nicely at D-Bar, according to Prussak.

  • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

    “I’ve never seen a high school go after a kid like this,” said
    Prussak, who will now discuss with Hull’s family whether a lawsuit will
    be filed. “It was like a girlfriend being dumped. The bottom line is
    that West Covina had an ax to grind with Mr. Hull. They put CIF on alert
    this transfer was happening way before it was done.

    This says it all for me right here! Vindictive and vengeful as it gets! This means after this so called fall out between parties, Maggiore was crying wolf before there was even motion filed to transfer!

    • WCDan

      You did notice that was Hulls attorney speaking didn’t you?

      • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

        They put CIF on alert
        this transfer was happening way before it was done….. This is the part im talking about!! WC was already trying to trap the kid!

        • WCDan

          Uhhh nope… WC never had contact with CIF until the transfer paperwork
          was sent to them. Your making things up now my friend.

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            Unless your Maggiore , school official, or lawyer, why should we believe what you say?? You have NO MORE priveledge to the case than anybody else on this board, Obviously if thats what Hulls attorney stated, he would know more than you would since he was at the CIF hearing!

          • WCDan

            Attorney’s always tell the truth right?

          • Brown noser

            Well, I think they tend to gather all the facts before they spout off like an ignorant parrot.

          • WCDan

            Do you think they might conveinently leave out a few facts on the flip side?

          • Brown noser

            Do you ever think that your Head Coach might conveniently leave out a few facts?

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            As you have??

  • Saints Fan

    I was reading the article and something caught my eye ” Hull had many suitors before he enrolled at West Covina to start his career” …… so I’m wondering, isn’t this against CIF Rules? Gasp, HS coaches were out there recruiting him before HS?

    • GP AKA Green Machine

      nah, I sure the parents made first contact, and with 8th graders it’s not uncommon for parents to shop schools and that happens whether they play or not. I do see high school coaches at pop warner games, but there is nothing illegal about going to the games.

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      How if he was a freshman??

    • Glass Houses

      I sure hope for Coach Magiories sake that the Hull Family doesn’t have any email/mail/text message correspondents from him dated prior to Antonio’s enrollment at West Covina.

      • WCDan

        If there was any e-mail from Maggiore, the message would have been that Hull would have to talk to the school admin if he was interested in coming to West Co. Thats how he handles transfers, there is no talk from the head coach or staff, to the transfer about trasfering into WC

        • Brown noser

          Wow Dan, you must have your nose so far up Maggiore’s A*s that you know exactly where he is, what he is doing, and who he is talking to at all hours of the day. Unless of course you are Maggiore trying do some damage control.

          • WCDan

            Nope, I just talk to him every once in a while, he’s a good dude.

          • brown noser

            Really Dan? So your one of those idiots that believes everything that people tell you?
            On a separate subject – I have a bridge in Brooklyn that’s been in the family for years, but I’m tired of collecting all the money that people pay me to cross the bridge. So I was wondering if you might be interested in buying this bridge from Me? What do you say Dan, are you interested? After all I’m a god fearing man and I would never lie to you.

          • AMAT 73

            Brown noser ???? And you are calling WC Dan an idiot . You better rethink that name .

          • brown noser

            I’m happy to know that my name caught your attention, kind of like my red lazer pointer catches the attention of my daughters cat. The name that I’m using is kind of IRONIC wouldn’t you say? Could it be that I’m insinuating something about WCDan?

          • AMAT 73

            brown noser,

            Wasn’t the name so much as what you posted. You call out someone as an idiot and you call yourself brown noser ????? Now you want to say it’s kind of an ironic twist meant to insinuate something about Dan . By the way it seems someone conned your family into buying that bridge and now your stuck trying to dump it . Now that’s ironic . What are you insinuating about yourself on that one ?????

          • Brown noser

            Maybe I need to spell out for you the way the old Brooklyn Bridge story goes. You see the guy selling the bridge really doesn’t own the bridge. Are you following me so far? That’s where the Idiot part comes in to play because only an Idiot would believe that an individual owns the bridge (as opposed to the tax payers) and has the authority to sell the bridge. Let me know if I lost you anywhere along the line and I’ll try to explain it to you again. Now see, good ole DAN tends to believe everything that a meer acquaintance (“a good guy that he speaks to every once in a while) tells him and that kind of thought process would equate him to the thought process of someone who might be interested in buying a bridge in Brooklyn.
            Now how would you and DAN like to pay for the bridge, cash or charge?

          • AMAT 73

            brown noser,
            Don’t tell me you are trying to sell a bridge you don’t even own !!!! Why should the blog give your posts any credibilty when you try to swindle someone like that ? By the way now you and the cat can discuss how it feels chasing that lazer . Good luck to your team this coming season , also, who do you root for on Friday nights ???? Might check out one of their games and try to spot you . Won’t be too hard , I’ll just look for the fan with the brown spot on their nose .

          • For real

            I think Amat is his team of choice

          • WCDan

            Only honest people, as for you I would
            trust you about as far as I could throw you.
            Oh, by the way, That bridge in Brooklyn was sold last spring by some sleezy cat from a DB 7 on 7 team to a poor highschool kid
            who has in turn lost his eligibility, was that sleeze ball you by any chance?

          • Brown noser

            Well DAN, once again, I think you’ve been duped. You see DB High doesn’t have a 7 on 7 team. You really need to stop believing everything people tell you.

          • WCDan

            Does an off campus 7 on 7 team, affilated with a DB parent ring a bell?

          • Brown noser

            That team would be as much of an “off campus” team for Westco as it is for DB. So, if at some point Noodles told Broadus and Bell to transfer to Westco then Westco would be guilty of undue influence, right? Learn the facts, and when I say learn the facts I mean for you to speak to someone from that 7 on 7 team, not ill informed parrots from Westco that repeat everything they hear as actual facts.

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            He cant read! he thinks this 7 on 7 team is something new…These teams are all over!

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            You do know how many kids from other areas play for that team right? Get your facts straight!

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            NO it was a bitter ,vindictive coach!

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            BINGO!

        • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

          You think you know soo damn much! Maybe you need to be the coach since your spokesman for him and the school!

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  • Sandy

    Anyone want to start a fund for the hull family to fight this evil happening to him. I am all for it. Let’s all rally around the hull family for their son, this is unfair treatment and west Covina knows all long what vindictive behavior was coming. They were angry and wanted to get back. What have they won? Nothing. Just damage a young man.

  • LM resident

    I don’t see a problem with one transfer. I can change jobs if i don’t like it. Why can’t a kid playing football have at least one transfer available to him. Sometimes things don’t click for you at one place. High School years are short, they should have some fun and if a better opportunity comes along, why not? At least one transfer penalty free!!!

    • David Ondlam

      ha. change jobs cause you don’t like it. in the private sector..the current boss will call the old boss.

      • pbah1

        good point ondlam. maybe if schools communicated better with each other on rumored transfers some of this could be avoided. I wonder if coach Z called coach salter BEFORE peyton left for upland

      • OuttaYourMindTrib

        As a retired manager, I can tell you that there are things you can say and things you can’t.

        Gotta be REAL careful with that.

        • David Ondlam

          @OuttaYourMindTrib…
          if it’s a job, it’ll be work related talk.
          if it’s football, it’ll be football related talk.
          if it’s high school sports violation, it’ll be cif rule talk.
          c’mon…….what do you think we be talking about manager, we not gonna be talking about what you have for breakfast.

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  • reality

    Prusocks comments seem unprofessional” Ex girl friend, ax to grind, going after the child,intimidating environment”, all inflammatory statements with nothing to back it up.Sounds like he’s hoping for a bigger payday somewhere down the road.” I promise that Antonio will be taken care of at Diamond Bar?” I hope they feel that way about little johnny.

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      Your quoting 2 different people!! Dont be so tacky!

    • Brahma Parent

      FYI, every kid at Diamond Bar High, including Little Johnny, receives the same top notch education, that’s why Diamond Bar is ranked as one of the top Academic High Schools in the State.

  • Mike Velasquez

    What a bitter ex-girlfriend!! Who cares if these kids go to a different school every year. These kids owe nothing to their school or coaches. But obviously with every coach on the hot seat because of pressure to win they feel they have that right to hurt a young kids future. And I don’t want to hear that the coach is protecting the integrity of the program or its all to teach these kids the moral value of loyalty. That’s complete BS. A coach is more worried about their own backside, legacy and victories. And maybe these kids are misguided or have those pressure pushed parents but at the end of the day lets look at the kids that are being questioned…they are D1 college kids w mounds of athletic ability with opportunity to showcase talent at the next level. And for most people that’s just not an opportunity that we cant even fathom. Let these kids play..and put all the political bs aside and a coach’s self pride and scorn to the side. I don’t care how a kid gets to college wether its academic or ATHLETICALLY MOTIVATED..it’s the mere principal that they get there.

  • Tech Support

    You can argue the rule all you want (personally I like it and wish it limited transfers even more) but as it is written this was clearly the correct decision. Those that blame Maggiore are basically saying he should have lied to CIF on the paperwork.

  • Be reasonable

    Yes, Dad violated the rule book but at the same time the family did indeed have a valid change of address. I think CIF should take that into consideration and meet the kid half way with only a 5 game (half year) suspension.

    • Confused…

      I would agree with you on that Be reasonable. The punishment may be harsh, but rules are rules and maybe the CIF should re-evaluate or revise some of their rules… WC had to sit on a very talented LB in his Jr Year and then he got injured in the first game of his senior year. He dealt with it and they dealt with it…

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  • New York

    Aram, how far, if at all, would Hull need to move away in order to become eligible? Out of state? Out of the CIF-SS? Out of the County? The Valley? The family should seriously consider doing that if possible.

    • Coach M

      Far enough so that West Covina would never have to face him in a game.

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      Why if he doesnt want to play anywhere else , why should he move???

      • New York

        I don’t think he should HAVE to move, but I was just curious about what circumstances (loopholes) this student could find in order to become and eligible athlete.

        • WCDan

          New York,
          It would have to be out of CIF’s jurisdiction, so at least out of state.

          • New York

            Hey Dan,
            What about just moving outside of the Southern Section. So how about a move to the San Diego Section or into the City Section?

          • WCDan

            CIF is state wide that is why I assume they would have to move out of state to get out of CIF jursdiction, then again you know what they say about assuming.

          • AMAT 73

            NY,

            Good point , going to a City Section school such as Carson , Hart or some other power , maybe little old Garfield , it’s close . Maybe one of our beloved Scribes can look into that matter and maybe change courses on this topic , it’s warn out . Everyone agrees Noodles got a raw deal and basically most feel that one or two or all three, Maggiore / WC , CIF , and The Hull Family played a part in that raw deal , Bottom line , the rule needs to change .

  • Coach M

    Fred Robledo – “Question: if you we’re a high school coach, would you challenge transfers?”

    Answer:
    Incoming transfers – I would NEVER challenge a student-athletes transfer. The high school experience is so short that every game matters for these fine young men in their quest to move on to the next level and possibly obtain a scholarship. If the student-athlete and their parent(s) are not happy at their original chosen school, then they should have the RIGHT to attend the school of their choice!

    Outgoing transfers – These kids nowadays need to understand that life is tough, you need to stick with the original commitment that you made. Just because you’re too young to drive, vote, or even legally make choices for yourself doesn’t mean squat. Suck it up and stay where you’re at! Your team, school, and community are depending on you (as well as my job!). And there is no way in H**L that I would EVER let a kid transfer to a league rival! Besides, I wouldn’t want CIF to come after my program if I wasn’t honest about your intentions to transfer. It wouldn’t be honorable.

    • David Ondlam

      “I wouldn’t want CIF to come after my program if I wasn’t honest about your intentions to transfer.”

      well said. people just don’t understand the consequence of lying on transfer paperwork. imagine cif goes after west co for not being truthful. who knows, west co probably never challenge, they were just being truthful on the paperwork and cif wants proof.
      people..try not being truthful on job apps or college apps see what happens…

    • CoachBillZ

      Coach M,
      Well said sir. You can play for my program, but don’t even think I would let you go somewhere else. It wouldn’t be honorable!
      By the way Coach M, thanks for showing me where to check that little box on that form. Otherwise that kid might’ve got away Scott free.

  • Confused…

    LAUSD was notorious for transferring students into their programs. Especially Westchester and Inglewood… What!!! You don’t think that Bell and Broudas being at Diamond Bar had something to do with that transfer? Come on people… Then hadicap yourself in your own divsion with your standout player??? WAKE UP!!! West Covina has a great program. Back-to-Back Championships and in the Semi-Finals last year with a slew of injured players… Maggiore is a good and honest coach. You don’t know all the details, so stop bitching!!!

    • tonto

      confused – interesting information….I think you might of just hit on something that some have missed or intentionally ignored pertaining to this situation.

      • WCDan

        Tonto,
        Bingo, You have it right with intentionally ignored, since day one, certain perspectives have been intentionally ignored.

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      Broadus owns a home in Diamond Bar….He changed addresses!

  • Sandy

    To mr confused. You are confused. West Covina and coach M were angry noodles had to transfer. They yelled at him nd treat him very unfair. They are so vindictive, they wanted to hurt him. They filed a protest with cif on his transfer. It is so shameful. I will never step foot on west Covina school again. The word is getting out what kind of adults do this to a young kid. How can they even feel good about this? What have they won? Nothing. Plain and simple evil, vindictive

    • tonto

      keep drinking the kool-aid sandy!

    • WCDan

      Yelled at Noodles and mistreated him?

      Uh, yeah ah ha, I also heard the coaches had him tied to a bench and waterboarded him for three hours till Snoop Dog busted in with his karate and subdued all those evil perpetrators from West Co.

    • Confused…

      You got issues Sandy.. Get back on the meds..

    • David Ondlam

      sandy, have you ever played sports or if you have kids that play sports?? you sound very immature. not step foot on west covina again..ha!

  • Highlander

    CIF is sending messages loud and clear, Jake Payton is also now ineligible to play at Upland.

  • WCDan

    Feel better now? Here I’ll get you some kleenex.

  • Sandy

    I have to wonder if coach m is sitting eating his Doritos and soda and not caring what he did to a 14 year old kid. If you have a problem with an email from the father take it up with the father but don’t punish the kid. True colors come out, don’t they? What about the line if you want to leave, then leave all to a young kid.

    • Confused…

      Learn the facts!!! You just sit here running your mouth and none of what you’re saying is true. I KNOW!!!

  • OuttaYourMindTrib

    Life sucks sometimes. Your situation sucks sometimes. The sooner these kids learn to deal with adversity the better off they will be in life.

    SO SUCK IT UP BUTTERCUP!

  • Confused…

    The rules may be out-dated but they were put into place for a reason. Football is a team sport. I learned that when we won the CIF Championship. Your teaching these kids that it’s ok to abandon their commitment because their individualism somewhere else could possibly make that team better… The grass is greener on the other side mentality never works. There’s no promised Championship for any team. Teach them to be honorable young men instead of bitter kids. I’m sorry Noodles is out for this season. He’s a great kid. West Covina has built a great program. Transfers happen every year some challenged some not.

    Not So Confused-

  • Sandy

    Memo to WC Dan,

    It’s a Bentley,not Bently. At least Antonio will be getting a better education at DBHS. Learning how to spell would be a good start for you.

    • WCDan

      Sandy thanks for the spell check, I’m forever grateful,
      You move to Diamond Bar yet?

  • Joe Amat

    People here are calling their coaches “vindictive and selfish who are ruining these kids lives.

    Who’s vindictive? The coach, or the parent/guardian who decide when things aren’t just right – when a kid gets disciplined…coached…God forbid yelled at…they are going to up and “take their ball and go home”.

    Both these kids are THE featured player on very good high school football teams who are perennial semi-finalists and more in their respective divisions. But we’ve got dads yelling on the way to the parking lot after a loss their kid is gone, writing emails to blast the coach…but it’s the coach who is vindictive?

    And, New York…”socially motivated? He made 7 friends playing with these kids at Upland but he’s leaving a CAMPUS full of friends and supporters.

    • New York

      What’s your point? Quantity over quality of friendships and peers? Your school sells itself as a place that fosters a certain social development, yes?

  • Help me out!

    I have a couple of questions. How can a move be athletically motivated if you are being evicted because the home that you are renting is sold at a foreclosure sale. 2. Why is it that West Covina can call CIF (Glen Martinez) and say that a transfer is about to take place a month before it even happens? can someone answer these questions for me

  • Help me out!

    Also, how would you feel if your child came home and told you that all the coaches had a meeting with him in the room by himself and then the coaches are telling your child to LEAVE JUST CHECK OUT NOW! And this goes on for over 3 months. Not to mention the coaches are ignoring him in the halls like he is not there, they see him walking down the hall and starts laughing at him, Then they take your kids highlights out of the system when he still attends there. Can someone tell me what they would do as a parent. Not to mention you have a 14 year old going through things that he shouldn’t have to go through but trying to save himself the embarrassment of not telling the coaches whats going on at home

    • Brown Noser

      Wow, I guess we’re starting to see the true colors of the West Covina leadership.

      • Help me out!

        So what would you do as a parent would you a) continue to let your kid be humiliated or b) do as the coaches wish and just leave?

  • Parent

    This is a very horrible thing that West Covina has put Antonio through. Why not let the state cif know all that went on. It is shameful what west co put him through. I am quite disgusted. I am sure they wouldn’t do this to a player not at the caliber of antonio.

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