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Re: Coaching Vacancies

Post by SWJeeps22 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 8:45 am

Sportsman wrote:WOW. Maybe Slaughter can relocate at Western. Why did Miller leave? Or ZT?
With Perdue leaving, I do not know if he will want that job.



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Post by BobcatFuture1 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:53 am

SWJeeps22 wrote:
Sportsman wrote:WOW. Maybe Slaughter can relocate at Western. Why did Miller leave? Or ZT?
With Perdue leaving, I do not know if he will want that job.
Heard the same, hopefully the Cats can win the league now! Go Cats. Green capable , we will see if they put in the work.

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Post by Farmer Jim » Thu Apr 06, 2017 3:54 pm

bman wrote:
jibblepie wrote:
Sid Farkus wrote:
Saying Skeens is lower D1 or top D2 is underestimating her abilities. She already has approximately 15 D1 offers that include Xavier, Cincinnati, Ball State and others. These are not teams that are looking at her, these are full ride offers. There are other major D1 schools that are recruiting her, but have not offered, such as Dayton and Florida. Don't get on here and downplay her ability. She is the real deal and she has the offers to prove it.
Skeens is very talented. Adams has somewhat underachieved in the tournament, but has done his job well in league play. That Eastern team they ran into in the tournament was just deeper and more talented overall, so it is easy to see why they would have lost to them.

Who would even want this job at this point?
I have no dog in the fight, but I think folks at SE had overinflated expectations. SE did beat Miami Trace and Amanda during the regular season, both solid wins, but top-to-bottom, D3 in the SE this year was tougher than D2. They needed to have another Skeens or Wheeler quality of player to get to where they wanted to be in D3.
With all due respect to the SE girls coaching staff, the SVC was so down there was no way they weren't going to win that league. Concerning the folks at SE that bman claims had overinflated expectations. Remember, their volleyball team and boys basketball team both went to the regionals. Why shouldn't they expect their girls basketball team, which has the most talent, to do just as well or better. Then, when you see that they got rid of their boys coach after making it to the regionals, it just seems confusing to most of us.

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Post by Tigerfan92 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:49 pm

SWJeeps22 wrote:
Sportsman wrote:WOW. Maybe Slaughter can relocate at Western. Why did Miller leave? Or ZT?
With Perdue leaving, I do not know if he will want that job.
No one really talks about why Southeastern was 5-17 going into the tourney if he was doing a good job. The SVC was not that good this year and Div 3 tourney was as bad as its been in years. Don't let one years tourney success at the end of the year determine whether you will have long term success as a coach. (See next paragraph.) Not saying he is or is not a good coach. Just wondering what happened in season.

Word has it Kyle Miller will be helping Travis at Waverly next year. I have watched Kyle Miller a couple of times this year and I think Kyle needed to step away for a year or two and mature as a coach. I'm not sure Kyle or his players wanted to be at that tournament game against Manchester. He definitely didn't coach like he wanted to win. I think Kyle could learn a lot from Travis on game coaching and Travis could benefit from Kyle's help in practice. Sounds like it might work for both and maybe Kyle could take over in a couple of years. I would not think about trading Travis for Kyle Miller after watching Western's last tourney game.

Regarding Perdue, does anyone actually think one would or would not take a coaching job based on if Perdue leaves or stays. Taking a coaching job for a kid that will be in your program 1 year? I would hope one would look a little further down the road than that. According to the program Western had one senior (though they will miss him), one junior that played a lot and the rest freshman and sophomores. Western will win a lot of games next year because the SOC I will be as bad as it's been in years. Many coaches could win as many games next year as Western won this year with what they have coming back with or without Perdue.

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Re: Coaching Vacancies

Post by bman » Thu Apr 06, 2017 11:48 pm

Farmer Jim wrote:
bman wrote:
jibblepie wrote:
Skeens is very talented. Adams has somewhat underachieved in the tournament, but has done his job well in league play. That Eastern team they ran into in the tournament was just deeper and more talented overall, so it is easy to see why they would have lost to them.

Who would even want this job at this point?
I have no dog in the fight, but I think folks at SE had overinflated expectations. SE did beat Miami Trace and Amanda during the regular season, both solid wins, but top-to-bottom, D3 in the SE this year was tougher than D2. They needed to have another Skeens or Wheeler quality of player to get to where they wanted to be in D3.
With all due respect to the SE girls coaching staff, the SVC was so down there was no way they weren't going to win that league. Concerning the folks at SE that bman claims had overinflated expectations. Remember, their volleyball team and boys basketball team both went to the regionals. Why shouldn't they expect their girls basketball team, which has the most talent, to do just as well or better. Then, when you see that they got rid of their boys coach after making it to the regionals, it just seems confusing to most of us.
Out of the three sports you mentioned, girls basketball was the strongest, and it wasn't even close. Volleyball from top-to-bottom in D3 is not very good. If you have a decent team from the SVC or TVC, you'll typically get to a district final. Boys basketball in D3 was the weakest it has been in many years. Girls basketball had a number of strong teams.

But I'll agree with your post if you tell me what SE's coach could have done differently to beat Eastern Brown in a district final? I've never met SE's coach and I don't have a dog in the fight. SE didn't have the depth that several other teams in the district had like Lynchburg, Eastern, Alex, etc. SE was honestly fortunate to beat Ironton in a district semifinal. SE had a good team this year, but it takes a pretty good team to get to a regional or state. unless you get really hot (a lot of that's due to luck) or you play in a down district.

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Re: Coaching Vacancies

Post by Sportsman » Fri Apr 07, 2017 12:45 am

The Perdue kid is a nice player . Why and we're will he wind up? Why is he leaving his Senior year to relocate. Will he have to sit out 50 %?. Very strange.

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Post by Farmer Jim » Fri Apr 07, 2017 9:25 am

bman wrote:
Out of the three sports you mentioned, girls basketball was the strongest, and it wasn't even close. Volleyball from top-to-bottom in D3 is not very good. If you have a decent team from the SVC or TVC, you'll typically get to a district final. Boys basketball in D3 was the weakest it has been in many years. Girls basketball had a number of strong teams.

But I'll agree with your post if you tell me what SE's coach could have done differently to beat Eastern Brown in a district final? I've never met SE's coach and I don't have a dog in the fight. SE didn't have the depth that several other teams in the district had like Lynchburg, Eastern, Alex, etc. SE was honestly fortunate to beat Ironton in a district semifinal. SE had a good team this year, but it takes a pretty good team to get to a regional or state. unless you get really hot (a lot of that's due to luck) or you play in a down district.
Sorry, but I never said they should have beat Eastern Brown. I just stated I could understand how the people from SE would expect more since their volleyball team and boys basketball team accomplished more. I didn't even watch the SE/ Eastern Brown game. I'm still confused as to why they fired the boys coach, though.

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Post by hawkeyepierce » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:22 am

I have seen a lot of high school basketball games in my lifetime and I would rate Ella Skeens in my top five of all time girl players. That is, the ones I have seen in person. Of course, number one being Katie Smith, she was true five tool player, (shoot, pass, rebound, post, and defend). And the rest in no particular order, but Marlene Stollings, an absolute scoring machine, Sina King, super skilled, Beth Howe, great player. In my opinion, Ella could be right there, I am interested in seeing how her senior year plays out. You also cannot ignore that she is the genetic offspring of two (2) 1,000 point scorers, great players in their own right.

However, you can't help but think, wonder, what her career would have looked like, lets say in the hands of Jeff Miller, or Jerry Close, or someone that runs sets, understands transition, and defends.

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Post by kram » Fri Apr 07, 2017 11:37 am

This is a boys thread, let's get back to talking about that.

The girls thread can be found at this link...
http://www.southeasternohiopreps.com/viewforum.php?f=5

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Post by danicalifornia » Fri Apr 07, 2017 11:57 am

South Gallia and Symmes Valley are posted on the OHSAA site. Unsure if they have been discussed.

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Post by ShooterFlatch » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:16 pm

Tigerfan92 wrote:
SWJeeps22 wrote:
Sportsman wrote:WOW. Maybe Slaughter can relocate at Western. Why did Miller leave? Or ZT?
With Perdue leaving, I do not know if he will want that job.
No one really talks about why Southeastern was 5-17 going into the tourney if he was doing a good job. The SVC was not that good this year and Div 3 tourney was as bad as its been in years. Don't let one years tourney success at the end of the year determine whether you will have long term success as a coach. (See next paragraph.) Not saying he is or is not a good coach. Just wondering what happened in season.

Word has it Kyle Miller will be helping Travis at Waverly next year. I have watched Kyle Miller a couple of times this year and I think Kyle needed to step away for a year or two and mature as a coach. I'm not sure Kyle or his players wanted to be at that tournament game against Manchester. He definitely didn't coach like he wanted to win. I think Kyle could learn a lot from Travis on game coaching and Travis could benefit from Kyle's help in practice. Sounds like it might work for both and maybe Kyle could take over in a couple of years. I would not think about trading Travis for Kyle Miller after watching Western's last tourney game.

Regarding Perdue, does anyone actually think one would or would not take a coaching job based on if Perdue leaves or stays. Taking a coaching job for a kid that will be in your program 1 year? I would hope one would look a little further down the road than that. According to the program Western had one senior (though they will miss him), one junior that played a lot and the rest freshman and sophomores. Western will win a lot of games next year because the SOC I will be as bad as it's been in years. Many coaches could win as many games next year as Western won this year with what they have coming back with or without Perdue.

Yeah, he just won a district championship at Western, he should definitely take time off. :roll:

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Post by king kong » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:25 pm

Tigerfan92 wrote:
SWJeeps22 wrote:
Sportsman wrote:WOW. Maybe Slaughter can relocate at Western. Why did Miller leave? Or ZT?
With Perdue leaving, I do not know if he will want that job.
Word has it Kyle Miller will be helping Travis at Waverly next year. I have watched Kyle Miller a couple of times this year and I think Kyle needed to step away for a year or two and mature as a coach. I'm not sure Kyle or his players wanted to be at that tournament game against Manchester. He definitely didn't coach like he wanted to win. I think Kyle could learn a lot from Travis on game coaching and Travis could benefit from Kyle's help in practice. Sounds like it might work for both and maybe Kyle could take over in a couple of years. I would not think about trading Travis for Kyle Miller after watching Western's last tourney game.
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Without a teaching license, will Waverly pay him to be the assistant to the Safety Coordinator and full time hall monitor? LOL Maybe they will charge for parking during basketball games to raise the funds, or maybe take out another low interest loan to pay for his salary!

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Post by VisionQuest » Sat Apr 08, 2017 1:11 pm

WarriorBlue wrote:
VisionQuest wrote:
thebarlowbandit wrote:Will Athens be open, I know from the summer post a bit of a disappointing season and he's not a teacher, will someone else step up?
Stirring the Pot are we??? Should Warrens coach be gone as well. Didn't make it to the Convo with all that talent he had. Some would consider that disappointing. 1st year coach goes 14-10 and beats A solid Sheridan team in Sectional and then goes to the CONVO and Competes with a great Miami Trace team. What more can you ask for. Go crawl back under that Rock you Hid under when your Mighty Warriors lost to a 6 seed.
When you've had the success that Blane Maddox has had at Warren against Athens then I fully understand why you'd wish for such a stupid move by the Warren School Board. That's the ONLY way Athens will beat Warren. If you couldn't do it with Joe Borrow & Ibi Watson I really don't see it happening at all.
•Pot Stirred Again•
Lol-Ok...you are way off on this-It was a Comparison. Maddox is a great coach. Nothing meant against him. Barlow wants to insenuate problems at Athens??-Really??-1st year coach goes 14-10 and makes it to the CONVO and had a lot of behind the scenes problems to deal with that most aren't aware of...Come on now-Why would his Job even be in Question-Barlow just getting his little digs in...

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Post by albany » Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:17 am

You two are funny. Almost football season. Note the year before Athens also goes 13-9. That was with All State Lutz missing last ten games.Can you imagine if he missed games this past year? That year last 10 games the FB player was asked to score and Skinner did a great job. Beat Vinton and Meigs then injuries struck some more. This years coach at Athens did a fine job. Fans see his pitfalls which will be hard to overcome this year . But the guy knows basketball and has a great passion for the game. Look for a big season if the shots get distributed. give him a chance. Remember he really wanted this job no one forced it on him. When you want something bad enough you succeed. Prediction Athens wins at least two in the convo.

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Post by UKNate » Mon Apr 10, 2017 9:41 am

Is Pittser stepping away at Miami Trace?

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Post by miggyt » Mon Apr 10, 2017 1:15 pm

hawkeyepierce wrote:What in the heck is going on in Southeastern? The man wins a district title and I am hearing from my friends in Londonderry way, he got non-renew (axed). The curse of Larry Jordan continues..... :roll:
It's a mess, but there was little hope for coach Slaughter when he was hired. He's not a "SE guy" and didn't have any connections. The administration and board are killing the program by not letting a coach set up a program. Look for Strausbaugh to get the job, unless the board gives it to Chris Skaggs.

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Post by ShooterFlatch » Tue Apr 11, 2017 9:51 am

kram wrote:This is a boys thread, let's get back to talking about that.

The girls thread can be found at this link...
http://www.southeasternohiopreps.com/viewforum.php?f=5

Who went in your Cheerios?

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Post by Preacher Purl » Tue Apr 11, 2017 9:59 am

I agree with Kram. This thread was becoming a Southeastern High School Girls Basketball forum.

Was Slaughter relieved of his teaching duties as well?

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Post by socfan » Sat Apr 15, 2017 11:32 am

Greg Himes (former coach at Southern State CC and UC-Clermont) has been hired as the new Varsity Boys Basketball Coach at West Union.

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Post by SHACFan » Sat Apr 15, 2017 11:36 am

socfan wrote:Greg Himes (former coach at Southern State CC and UC-Clermont) has been hired as the new Varsity Boys Basketball Coach at West Union.
Homerun hire for West Union. Look for them to compete for league title next season.

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Post by OVC » Mon Apr 17, 2017 12:14 am

Any word from Rock Hill? Was Gue let go or did he resign?

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Post by ronniebass » Mon Apr 17, 2017 3:10 pm

Whats going on at Nelsonville? Any names out there?

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Post by Vike73 » Tue Apr 18, 2017 9:01 am

Waiting to see what we do out here at SV. We need some stability I do know that. All of this job opening every year stuff even when the guy is brought back is not how you instill confidence in building a program.

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Post by AllAboutTheU » Tue Apr 18, 2017 9:40 am

What all does SV have coming back? Is there Lucas kid or Angelo kid returning? I'm sure Lucas will be at Wellston, so what does that do for Angelo?

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Post by bbjunky81 » Tue Apr 18, 2017 12:53 pm

AllAboutTheU wrote:What all does SV have coming back? Is there Lucas kid or Angelo kid returning? I'm sure Lucas will be at Wellston, so what does that do for Angelo?
Why would Lucas go to Wellston, did his dad get a job there? 4 schools in 4 years would be an impressive feat for that young man.

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Post by AllAboutTheU » Tue Apr 18, 2017 12:54 pm

Yes his dad is the new football coach.

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Post by Penguin » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:24 am

What's new at Southeastern? I know they are probably targeting Calipari or Popovich.

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Post by Ty Webb » Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:20 pm

ronniebass wrote:Whats going on at Nelsonville? Any names out there?
I'm hearing former Alexander Head Coach Blaine Gabriel will be the next Coach for The Nelsonville Buckeyes.

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Post by LogangradKD » Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:57 am

Funny I heard he didn't want it from other people.
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Post by Sniper_Fan » Thu Apr 27, 2017 11:23 am

Heard from a very reliable source that Former Alexander Coach Blaine Gabriel will be taking the Nelsonville job, and Former Athens Coach Jeff Skinner will be his assistant. This would spell trouble for the rest of the TVC if the Buckeyes can pull this off - getting two of the great coaches in Southeastern Ohio history to coach there

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Post by Vike73 » Thu Apr 27, 2017 12:40 pm

Pump the brakes.

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Post by spartans_fan » Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:48 pm

Sniper_Fan wrote:Heard from a very reliable source that Former Alexander Coach Blaine Gabriel will be taking the Nelsonville job, and Former Athens Coach Jeff Skinner will be his assistant. This would spell trouble for the rest of the TVC if the Buckeyes can pull this off - getting two of the great coaches in Southeastern Ohio history to coach there
Wow, two great coaches getting together to turn a program around. Wish both of these coaches the best.

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Post by osumufan » Fri Apr 28, 2017 9:22 am

danicalifornia wrote:South Gallia and Symmes Valley are posted on the OHSAA site. Unsure if they have been discussed.

Chad Coffman is the new Symmes Valley coach

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Post by BigLeagueChew » Fri Apr 28, 2017 9:49 am

osumufan wrote:
danicalifornia wrote:South Gallia and Symmes Valley are posted on the OHSAA site. Unsure if they have been discussed.

Chad Coffman is the new Symmes Valley coach
The former football coach at South Point? I had no idea he coached basketball. Good luck to the Vikings and Coach Coffman.

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Post by lancer1 » Fri Apr 28, 2017 10:00 am

Heard that just down the road Eastern Meigs is open

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