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Damn long coaching career, the oddest part being

Posted on: August 13, 2019 at 12:59:14 CT
Joeboo MU
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that he won multiple state titles in the 80s, and multiple in the 2000s, but was shut out completely in the 90s.

I was in HS in the 90s, and I remember Rockhurst always being good, but never great. Wonder what it was about that 10-year span that kept them down.

The 90s seemed to be dominated by Jeff City at the state level, and then the Blue Springs schools up here in KC

Edited by Joeboo at 13:03:11 on 08/13/19
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Tony Severino retiring after this season nm - bagpipertiger MU - 8/13 11:48:39
     Great coach, and even better man. - MIZ45 MU - 8/14 10:16:32
     Very good coach and recruiter - alzoo MU - 8/13 18:55:47
     Damn long coaching career, the oddest part being - Joeboo MU - 8/13 12:59:14
          No doubt, he was coach there when I was in college - Tptiger MU - 8/13 18:37:52
          jc got tossed in the west in the playoffs, right? - gmmm98 MU - 8/13 13:35:06
               RHS finally got over the JC hump in 99, then got beat - MIZ45 MU - 8/14 10:14:29
               yes, JC was in the West and played for the 5A state title - Joeboo MU - 8/13 13:55:02
          Are they still recruiting?(nm) - NWMizzouFan MU - 8/13 13:25:36
               Just not as well - JayHoaxH8r MU - 8/14 09:12:02
                    No. It's a combination of trying to be too much like - MIZ45 MU - 8/14 10:06:39
               duh(nm) - Doc Stone MU - 8/13 14:22:27
     I think this will be his son's 3 year with the program. - kmawv8 MU - 8/13 12:15:32




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