Multi-tasking: Rio Ruiz, Jerry McClanahan and Jay Anderson’s best sports are baseball, but they’re doing it at the highest levels in football too

Bishop Amat coach Steve Hagerty said he encourages multiple-sport athletes, then I hear from so many parents who say coaches, “strongly suggest,” they concentrate on one particular sport if they want the best chances of playing time, or um, satisfying their coaches’ requests. Here is what Hagerty said about it.

“It’s good (playing multi-sports). We make it a point to make it happen at the school; we realize the kids are the ones that benefit from it all,” Hagerty said “That why we’re here in the first place. If we can share these athletes all the programs at our school benefit from it.”


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