ON THE MOVE AGAIN: Kurt Scoby confirmed today that he is at Alemany and determined to work on his grades in preparation for his senior year. “Before I think about football I have to work on my academics,” Scoby said. “Football is the least of my concerns. I’m super excited to have the chance to play at Alemany, but my school work is first.
Technically, Alemany is Scoby’s fifth high school. He spent his first two years at Charter Oak, where he had a super sophomore year. He left Charter Oak the spring of his sophomore year for Duarte, but never played there. Scoby transferred from Duarte to St. Paul, where he thrived until the firing of coach Elijah Asante. With Asante gone, Scoby left St. Paul and transferred to Cathedral. He never played at Cathedral, opting to transfer again to Alemany, where he hopes to play his senior year.
“That’s the plan,” Scoby said.