John Wade has stepped down as the Miramonte High football coach, becoming the second high-profile coach in as many weeks to step down. In a phone interview with reporter Ben Enos, Wade said his decision was primarily based upon the hope of spending more time with his daughters.
Wade tentatively has plans to help out with the Chabot JC coaching staff, but should not be ruled out of a head coaching job in the Tri-Valley area. He lives in San Ramon and was recently a finalist for the California vacancy. He did not express interest either way in the opening at San Ramon Valley, created when Dave Kravitz resigned late last week.
Here are the latest.
The brackets have been announced, so let’s break this down by division.
The playoff brackets have been announced, and I am glad to see that the North Coast Section’s lacrosse playoff committee got it right.
San Ramon Valley High’s Dave Kravitz has reportedly resigned as the school’s football coach.
A reason for his departure is still unclear.
Kravitz has been the coach at San Ramon for the past 17 seasons and he also resigned after the 2006 season before coming back.
At the time, he cited a disagreement with the schools administration.
Here’s the latest East Bay Prep Baseball Poll. Enjoy.
Here’s the latest East Bay Softball Poll. Enjoy
A lot has been made, and for good reason, about the volleyball teams in the East Bay Athletic League.
Without a doubt, that league has the top talent and the best teams from top to bottom. So much so, in fact, that we are probably going to see five playoff teams come out of that league.
But that doesn’t mean is there isn’t quality volleyball in some of the other leagues, and in specific the Alameda Contra Costa Athletic League has two very good teams.
With just a week left in the regular season, let’s take a look at the playoff scenario.
Here is this week’s photo slideshow, courtesy of Ray Saint Germain and the photo staff. Click on the photo of Antioch’s Paris Imholz to view.