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Championship Vision Basketball Podcast

Championship Vision Basketball Podcast

By Kevin Furtado
Welcome to Championship Vision. Impact, Grow and Share!! I believe that coach's must have an impact on their players and fellow coaches. They must continually grow and get better and we must all share ideas to make the coaching profession better for our student-athletes.
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Episode 190: Coach Mountain MacGillivray (Head Women's Basketball Coach LaSalle University ( Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Championship Vision Basketball Podcast

Episode 190: Coach Mountain MacGillivray (Head Women's Basketball Coach LaSalle University ( Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Championship Vision Basketball Podcast

Episode 207: Coach Danny Broussard (Head Boys Basketball Coach St. Thomas More Catholic HS) Lafayette, LA (Career 1021-134 Record)
State of Louisiana Coach of the Year 1986 Class 3-A Coach of the Year  1997 Class 4-A Coach of the Year  1999 Class 4A Coach of the Year 2013 Coach of the Year #9 Among Active Coaches in USA High School Basketball • In 2018 Inducted into the Louisiana High School Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame  • 1986 ,2013, 2018, 2019 State Champions • 1987, 1999, 2003 State Runners- Up • “Final Four” 14 Times • Career Record 989 - 325 ( .753 Winning Percentage) • Coached the East-West All Star Game Twice [1987 & 2003] • St. Thomas More & Diocese of Lafayette Teacher of the Year in 1991 • One of the youngest coaches in America to win 989 games (At the age of 59!)  • Averages 27.5 wins per year  • 1987 team ranked 21st  in “USA Today”  • 18 State Championships in three different sports  Basketball (4) Baseball (1) Tennis (13) 2018-19 Lafayette Education Foundation Teacher of the Year Nominee  · Coached the East-West All Star Game Twice [1987 & 2003] · 2013 South Sectional Coach of the Year for National Federation of High School Coaches · 1 losing season in 38 years of coaching all at St. Thomas More · 48 of his former players have become coaches at some level – 4 College Coaches · Inducted into the Louisiana High School Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2018 @coachdbroussard 
September 23, 2020
Episode 206: Coach Stephen Hammock (Head Girls Softball Coach Gulf Shores High School) Gulf Shores, AL ("Enriching the High School Softball Experience") Coach Hammock is entering his fifth softball season with Gulf Shores High School, third as the Head Softball Coach, and sixth year at Gulf Shores High School. Before becoming the Head Coach, Coach Hammock spent two seasons as the Head Junior Varsity Softball Coach and Lead Varsity Assistant working with outfielders, infielders, and catchers in addition to providing hitting and base running instruction. Though the 2020 season was shortened due to Covid-19, the Lady Dolphins were on pace to exceed offensive totals from the 2019 season, including homeruns, runs batted in, runs scored, and extra base hits.  The Lady Dolphins were playing their best ball at the point of interruption due to the pandemic, winning 6 of their last 9 games. The 2019 season saw the Lady Dolphins make a return to the South Regional of the AHSAA playoffs, after a two-year absence, and come two games short of advancing to the State Tournament. Prior to coming to Gulf Shores, Coach Hammock worked for three years at Upson-Lee High School serving as the Head Varsity Softball Coach, and Varsity Assistant Baseball Coach.  Under his leadership, the Lady Knights won 12 games in 2014, the most wins in a season in 10 years.  Prior to Hammock’s arrival, the Varsity baseball team won two games in 2012 and three games in 2011.  Serving as the primary outfield instructor in 2013, the Knights baseball team won 10 games, 8 more than the previous year, and won 14 games in 2014 with Hammock serving as the lead infield instructor.  The Knights’ success continued in 2015 with 17 wins and a trip to the Sweet Sixteen of the state playoffs.  While at Upson-Lee, Coach Hammock instructed five college signees (Chelsea Wainwright- Gordon State College, Montana Schug- Denison College, Kyle Kelly- Point University, Austin Matson- Valdosta State, Kalen Puckett- Georgia State). Prior to Upson-Lee, Coach Hammock served as an Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach and primary defensive instructor for the 2011 season, at Mundy’s Mill High School.  The Tigers posted a 22-9 season record and advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the State Playoffs, losing to the defending two-time state champion, Marist High School.  At Mundy’s Mill, Coach Hammock coached four college signees (Corey Harmon- Gordon State College, Jerek Wright- Paine College, Raheem Jackson- Savannah State, Rodney Smith- University of Minnesota) and one draft pick (Rashad Crawford- 11th Round Selection- Chicago Cubs). In addition to his softball duties, Coach Hammock is a special education teacher, and also serves as an Assistant Athletic Director at the school.
September 13, 2020
Episode 205: Coach Glenn Farello (Head Boy's Basketball Coach Paul VI High School) Chantilly, VA (2020 National Ranking 12th Maxpreps)
Glenn Farello is entering his 14th year as head coach at PVI and 23rd overall in 2020-2021.  Coach Farello has been named Coach of the Year 13 times, most recently the WCAC COY in 2018 & 2019, and VIS COY in 2018 & 2020. His teams have been ranked in the Top 20 in the DC Metro Area 17 years, including #1 in 2012 , 2014 and 2018. His teams have been ranked in the Top 25 in the country for 12 seasons, and the 2012, 2014 and 2018 PVI teams finished ranked in the Top 10 nationally. His overall record is 480-194. Players: ·        Over 70 players that have played college basketball ·        4 NBA Players ·        20 that have played Professional Basketball ·        PVI players have continued their basketball journey’s to the collegiate level at top schools that include: o   Syracuse, Virginia Tech, Indiana, Georgetown, Penn State, Minnesota, Louisville, Providence, VMI, Mount St. Mary’s, George Mason, Fairfield University, US Naval Academy, Hofstra, Nebraska, Butler, Villanova, Bucknell, Duke, and North Carolina. Teams: ·        State Championships: o   2002 MD State Champions o   2009, 2012, 2014, 2018 & 2020 VA Independent School State Champions ·        WCAC Championships: o   2012 and 2014 WCAC Tourney Champions o   2012, 2017, 2018, & 2019 WCAC Regular Season Champions ·        Additional Notable Championships: o   2012 Abe Pollin City Title Game o   2013 Bass Pro Tournament Of Champions o   2014 Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament Championship @PVIHoops 
September 11, 2020
Episode 204: Coach Rhonda Farney (Head Women's Basketball Coach Georgetown High School) Georgetown, Texas (6th All Time List in Wins 1,183)
RHONDA FARNEY -- Coach Farney has the most career victories of any active girls coach in the nation with a record of 1,183 victories and 337 losses (a .778 winning percentage).  Her victory total is sixth on the all-time career list as compiled by the National Federation of State High School Associations. She has been a high school head coach for 44 seasons. In 32 years at Georgetown High School, her teams have posted 31-consecutive 20-win seasons and 30-straight berths in the UIL state playoffs, including seven appearances in the state tournament -- highlighted by a Class 4A state title during the 2012-2013 season that was climaxed by a come-from-behind 65-60 victory over Dallas Lincoln in the finals to finish with a 34-4 record. She has had more than 75 players compete on the collegiate level, including four of the five starters on this past season's team. The Howard Payne summa cum laude graduate -- still as a teenager. also has served as the head coach at Goldthwaite and Ozona. She was the only girls basketball coach on the Goldthwaite staff and coached the seventh, eighth, junior varsity and varsity . Farney also coached track at both schools. Farney has earned numerous coaching honors, including being named the Women's Basketball Coaches Association Pat Summitt National High School Coach of the Year in 2017 and National Federation of High Schools 2013 National Coach of the Year, induction into the Texas Basketball Hall of Fame and the Texas High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame and served as a head coach for the  2003 Women's Basketball Coaches Association/Nike All-America Game in Hartford, Conn., in addition to being active in USA Basketball on both the coaching and committee levels. Also on the national scene, Farney has chaired the USA Basketball Cadet and Youth Committee, helping select players and coaches for the Summer Youth Development Festival. In summer 2001, she was one of two high school coaches named by the USA Basketball Women’s Collegiate Committee to serve as floor coach for the USA Basketball Women’s Junior National Team Trials in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She was assistant coach for the 2005 USA Basketball Women’s Youth Development Festival, where her team won the gold medal. Farney was named head coach for the April 2003 WBCA/Nike All-American game in Hartford, Connecticut. Previously, in April 1996, she traveled to Philadelphia as assistant coach for the WBCA/Nike All-American game. Farney served four years on the WBCA and NFCA Board of Directors and completed a term on the NFCA Basketball Rules Committee. Coach Farney also holds the position of girls athletics coordinator at Georgetown. She is married to Dr. Bill Farney, retired executive director of the University Interscholastic League, the ruling body of extra-curricular activities in Texas. @coachfarney
September 9, 2020
Episode 203: Coach Tom Gelardi (Elementary PE Teacher at PS 173 School District NYC) Fresh Meadows, Queens (Creator of the "PHYSEDZONE")
Been teaching Physical Education for  over 15 years at the elementary level in NY. I presented PE workshops at NYC Zone, Nassau Zone, and NYS AHPERD conferences. My workshop topics: Engaging students in highly effective warm-ups and instant activities, Teach PE in large class sizes with little to no eqiupment, and assessment in elementary PE. Last 4 years, I received a "Physical Education Teacher Leader" certificate from NYC Office of School Wellness Programs by facilitating district Physical Education monthly meeting. I created a youtube channel called Coach Gelardi "PhysEdZone" to support all Elementary PE teachers and programs. A father of two beautiful daughters and 2 years ago I convinced my wife to change her career to PE!!! @CoachGelardi
August 23, 2020
Episode 202: Coach Peter Murray (Head Boys Basketball Coach Dexter Regional High School) Dexter, Maine (Executive Director NHSBCA)
Peter Murray - NHSBCA Ad-Hoc Board Member (Maine) Dexter Regional HS, Dexter, ME Peter Murray is entering his 27th season as the head basketball coach and 39th year overall at Dexter Regional High School. Peter earned his B.A. in education from the University of Maine at Farmington and his Masters Degree in school administration from the University of Maine at Orono. During his time at DRHS, he has served as an assistant principal, athletic director, and is currently teaching English as well as serving as advisor for the National Honor Society. In addition to coaching basketball, he has also coached soccer and tennis, each for over 25 years. In 1983, Peter started the girl’s soccer program at DRHS and served as its first coach. After 15 years with the girl’s program, he switched over to the boy’s program where he spent the next 11 years before stepping down in 2014. The spring of 2021 will mark Peter’s 30th year as coach of both the girl’s and boy’s tennis teams at DRHS. He also currently serves on the board of directors of the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame. In addition, he is a member of the Maine Principals Association’s Basketball Commission. Peter has served on the executive board of the Maine Association of Basketball Coaches (MABC) for the past 18 years, the last 15 as president. Peter first attended the National High School Basketball Coaches Association meetings in 2009 and is currently serving as an ad-hoc member on the executive board. (
August 22, 2020
Episode 201: Coach Mike Morris (Elementary PE Teacher for Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools) Rocky Mount, NC (OPEN National Trainer)
Mike Morris is a energetic, innovative physical education teacher for Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. His passion includes creating new and innovative physical education activities, collaborating with content area teachers to find ways to best teach struggling students through movement, and sharing ideas with others at educational conferences across the United States and via twitter @Mikemorrispe. Mike has engaged the community with collaborative field day activities, created and coached basketball teams, coordinated and coached various camps for disadvantaged students, and has engaged students and community with fundraising activities for charitable and health based organizations.  This varied experience led to Mike being named an OPEN national Trainer in July 2019. As a testament to his commitment to education, in his six years of teaching, Mike has respectively earned both First Year Teacher of the Year for Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools and Teacher of the Year for both of the schools he services each week.  He has also been named WRAL’s Teacher of the Week. Mike was prepared and licensed for his craft at Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  @MikeMorrisPE
August 21, 2020
Episode 200: Coach Jesse McMillan (Head Boy's Basketball Coach Norcross High School) Norcross, GA (2X GHSA State Champions)
Jesse has been the Head Coach for Boys Basketball at Norcross High School for 11 years and has been a teacher and coach at Norcross for 19 years. He spent 12 years in the Norcross High School Language Arts Department before transitioning to Health & PE classes. During his time as head coach, Norcross won two state titles (2011, 2013) and finished state runner-up in 2017 and 2018. He has a winning mark of better than 80% in Georgia’s largest and toughest athletic classification. His Norcross teams participate in showcases and invitationals across the nation. Jesse grew up in a family of educators and knew early on that teaching and coaching was something he wanted to do. He spends about 335 days a year at Norcross working on the basketball program, and during the season many of those days are over fourteen hours long. Jesse is successful in part because he holds the players in his program to a high standard and evolves the program from being “coach lead” to “player lead”, empowering the team to make suggestions and approach during games, and hold each other accountable. Coach McMillan has been recognized in the Gwinnett Daily Post as showing “ a great ability to build chemistry [among the players]”. His fondest moments and most satisfying victories are Final Four and State Championship victories and memorable playoff wins versus Pebblebrook (2017), McEachern (2018), and Grayson (2019). Those games stand out because the team rose up against great odds and competed at the highest level. He’s also a bit superstitious; he makes sure to use his lucky pencil to fill out the scorebook at each game! Coach McMillan, his wife Elizabeth, and two children (Elyse and Mason) are long-time Norcross and Peachtree Corners residents. We thank them for their support and sacrifice to make the Norcross basketball program the best it can be!  @NorcrossHoops Check out Practice Planner Live Landing Page : Free Trial Page :
August 13, 2020
Episode 199: Coach Brian DeVore (Professional Development Manager for OPENPYSED.ORG) Atlanta, GA
Before accepting his role as Professional Development Manager for OPEN, Brian Devore had over 25 years of exemplary teaching experience at the middle and elementary levels. Additionally, he supervised online HPE programs for the Cobb County school district and served as Fulton County Schools Health and Physical Education Coordinator. In 2013-14, Brian was named Cobb County’s Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, Georgia AHPERD’s Elementary PE TOY, and Southern District SHAPE America Elementary PE TOY. Most recently, he was the recipient of the first OPEN National Trainer Impact Award for his service and dedication to OPEN. In 2005, Devore was named Georgia’s Middle School PE Teacher of the Year. Along with his current position, Brian is a two-time Georgia AHPERD President, Georgia AHPERD’s Social Media Director/Webmaster, OPEN National Trainer, and SHAPE America Southern District Past President. One of few to be named state Physical Education Teacher of the Year at the elementary and middle school levels and 2014 SHAPE America Southern District Elementary PE TOY, Coach Devore is ready to bring his engaging presentations to you! Brian’s active and hands on learning approach for teachers has been a favorite part of his sessions. In addition to fast paced and all inclusive lead up games, he incorporates standards, learning outcomes, and assessments into his presentations. His methods for delivering instruction make Brian’s sessions easily adaptable for K-12 teachers! His work has been shared at many events including multiple local, state, district, and national conventions across 14 states! @OPENPhysEd
August 12, 2020
Episode 198: Coach Bob Mackey (Head Girls Basketball Coach Christ the King High School) Middle Village, NY (2X National Coach of the Year)
Bob Mackey Bio Born in the Bronx, NY, Bob grew up in Rockaway Beach. He played high school basketball at Xavier High School in Manhattan. After playing a year at Oneonta State University, he caught the coaching disease at Oneonta High school. Upon graduation Bob accepted a position at Tolentine High School. He was the JV Coach and Assistant Varsity Coach under John Sarandrea. Directing the schools new computer lab while also coaching Volleyball, Baseball and Softball. In 1988 Tolentine captured the mythical U.S.A. Today National Championship behind the play of the late St. John’s star Malik Sealy. Bob Mackey became the youngest head coach in the CHSAA the following season at 24. In 1991, after the tragic closing of Tolentine High School, Bob accepted a position at Christ the King High School. For the next nine years he was Vincent Cannizzaro’s assistant. State Championships followed in each of the following years. National Championships in 1993 and 1998. With players like Chamique Holdsclaw, Kristeena Alexander, and Sue Bird joining the ranks of the NCAA. The new millennium saw Bob Mackey move into the Head Coaches seat at Christ the King. Following a 25-5 season with a record 11t h consecutive state title. The 2002-03 season looked very promising with 7 Seniors signing Division I scholarship letters. Among them, Shay Doron (Maryland) would go on to play in the McDonalds All-American Game. After winning the Nike Tournament of Champions, Bob Mackey’s team finished the season 25-2 with their 19t h consecutive N.Y.State Catholic Championship. He topped 100 wins in 4 years as head coach but more importantly saw great group of players move on to the next level. The 2003-04 season brought a whole new line-up for the Lady Royals. Not one player had ever started a Varsity Game. The team made it back to the finals of the Nike Tournament of Champions but lost to a veteran Bishop McNamara team 57-48. The 2004-05 season returned Christ the King to the finals of the ToC. Led by Duke signee Carrem Gay and underclassmen Tina Charles, Christ the King defeated Piedmont 44-42 in the finals. Christ the King. The Lady Royals finished the year a perfect 27-0 and New York State Federation Champions. USA Today selected the as the number one team in the country asd Bob Mackey as the High School coach of the Year. The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association also choose Coach Mackey, National Coach of the Year and selected him to coach the All-American game at the Women’s Final Four. The 2005-06 Royals continued their winning ways finishing a perfect 30-0. Mackey was again named National High School Coach of the Year for 2006. Mackey still spends his summers as a director at the prestigious Eastern Invitational Camp. He is the Associate Athletic Director at Christ the King. Bob Mackey is married with a 13 year old daughter. He resides in Smithtown N.Y. where he coaches CYO Basketball at St Patrick's @coach_mackey
August 7, 2020
Episode 197: Coach Jon Bollier (Assistant Women's Basketball Coach Samford University) Birmingham, AL (Player Development)
Jon Bollier enters his third season as an assistant coach for the Samford women's basketball program. He is involved in all aspects of the women's basketball program, including recruiting, on-the-floor coaching, scheduling and assisting in the day-to-day operations of the women's basketball program. Bollier was instrumental in the turnaround the program experienced during the 2019-20 season. After winning just 10 games the previous season, the Bulldogs posted a record of 18-14, and won the program's first Southern Conference regular-season title with a 10-4 league record. The team then won the program's third SoCon Tournament title. Bollier came to Samford from the University of Georgia, where he served as director of player personnel from August of 2015 until his hiring at Samford, and as an interim assistant coach from November of 2016 to March of 2017. As the director of player personnel, Bollier was responsible for, among other things, analyzing film on opponents and for scouting purposes, creating a scouting report for the coaches, preparing the post-game scouting report and assisting with all on-campus recruiting. He also served as the director of the team's summer camps. In his role as interim assistant coach, Bollier presented scouting reports to the players and coaches, scouted and analyzed film on opponents and prepared post-game self-scouting. Georgia's 2017-18 team posted a record of 26-7 and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Prior to his time at Georgia, Bollier worked as an assistant coach at Belmont from June of 2013 to August of 2015. During his time with the Bruins, he participated in all aspects of recruiting, and worked specifically with the perimeter players. He helped to build a consistently strong mid-major program for the Bruins. "Working at a place like Belmont, he understands what the mission of Samford is about," Morris said. "I think he will be very successful in his role here." Bollier's first stint at Georgia came when he served as the women's basketball video coordinator from August of 2010 to May of 2013. Among his duties were facilitating practice and game-day operations, and overseeing the team's managers. Bollier played one season of basketball at Gardner-Webb University and Covenant College before receiving his bachelor's degree in sociology from Piedmont College Athens campus in 2009. He is married to the former Libby Lukens. @jonbollier
August 6, 2020
Episode 196: Coach Tim Haworth (Head Boys Basketball Coach Male High School) Louisville, KY (4X Kentucky State Champions)
Head Basketball Coach, Hopkinsville HS (2010-2018)  Louisville Male HS  (2018-Present) · 253-72 (10 Seasons) · 6 Regional Championships 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2020 · 7 District Championships  2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020 · 2012 KHSAA Sweet 16, 2013 KHSAA Final Four · 2014 KHSAA Elite 8,2015 KHSAA Elite 8, 2017 KHSAA Sweet 16 · 6 25+ Win Seasons     8 20+Win Seasons · 4 30+ Win Seasons · 20-2 Regional Tournament Record · 7 Regional Championship Games (Won 6) · 48 College players · Finished 2020 Season #1 AP, Coach’s Poll, Top 100 Nationally ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS · 2017 KABC Coach of the Year · 2014 KABC Coach of the Year · 2014 Kentucky-Indiana All Star Coach · 2012, 2013, 2014 Kentucky New Era Coach of the Year · Deweese Scholarship · Member of the 2004 OVC Men’s Basketball Championship · NCAA Tournament Appearance 2004 · Tom Moran Most Courageous Award (Murray State Basketball 2004) tim  @TimHaworth13
August 3, 2020
Episode 195: Coach Kyle Snipes (Head Girls Basketball Coach St. Pius X School) Atlanta, GA (2X GHSA State Champions)
Kyle Snipes enters his 12th season as the Head Girls' Varsity Coach in 2020-21, and is also the Communications Coordinator at St. Pius X.  In his first 11 seasons, the Golden Lions are 232-93 and have captured two state championships and four region titles. In 2020, the Golden Lions finished 21-8, won the Region 8 championship and advanced to the second round of the state playoffs for the second straight year.  The 2019 squad finished 14-15, was region runner-up and advanced to the second round of the state playoffs.  Advancing to the state tournament for the eighth straight year in 2018, the Golden Lions finished 14-12.  In 2017, St. Pius X finished the year with a 12-17 record and qualified for the state tournament.  In 2016, the Golden Lions finished 17-11 and advanced to the state playoffs for the sixth straight year. The 2015 campaign concluded with a 27-4 record and an Elite Eight appearance in the state tournament. The Golden Lions also finished 18-0 in Region 6-AAAA, the fifth consecutive undefeated region season, including a string of 75-consecutive regular season region wins dating to January, 2010. In 2013 & 2014 the team finished with identical 30-3 records and back-to-back AAA state championships. The 2012 campaign finished with another state playoff appearance and a 24-5 record, including a second consecutive undefeated season in sub-region play.  In 2011, St. Pius X finished 25-6, capturing the Region 5 championship by defeating AAA No.1-ranked Columbia and advanced to the Elite Eight for the first time in four seasons.  In his first season, the Golden Lions finished 18-9.  Snipes joined St. Pius X after coaching stints with the women's basketball programs at Georgia Tech, UNC Wilmington and Georgia State.  Prior to coaching women's basketball, Snipes spent five years on the men's side at Wake Forest and Erskine College. During his time in Winston-Salem, the Demon Deacons captured the 2000 National Invitation Tournament Championship.  He has also mentored nine All-Conference players in his career.  Snipes earned his Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Wake Forest University, where he was a student manager with the men's basketball team which won the 1995 ACC Championship.  He completed his Master of Education degree from Liberty University.  Snipes is a native of Hillsborough, NC and is married to the former Melissa Jenkins of Houston, TX.  The couple has three daughters, Megan (11), Molly (8) and Mary Mason (6).  @KyleSnipes
July 31, 2020
Episode 194: Coach Scott Reed (Head Boys Basketball Coach at Mar Vista High School) Imperial Beach, CA (The "Mariner" Way)
CSM (Ret) Scott A. Reed Head Boys Basketball Coach Mar Vista HS in Imperial Beach, CA Command Sergeant Major (Ret) Scott A. Reed entered the service on 18 February, 1993.  He served four combat tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan.  His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit (2nd award), the Bronze Star Medal (3rd Award), the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (5th award), the Army Commendation Medal (7th award), and the Army Achievement Medal (5th award). Sergeant Major has served in all leadership positions from Squad Leader to Drill Sergeant to Drill Sergeant Leader to First Sergeant to Battalion and Brigade Command Sergeant Major serving in the 2nd Infantry Division, the 82d Airborne Division, and the 1st Cavalry Division.  Sergeant Major’s individual accomplishments include: the Army Training Center Drill Sergeant of the Year and the first Soldier from the 7th Transportation Battalion to be inducted into the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club. Upon retiring from the military, Scott accepted a position as the Deputy Program Manager for the San Diego Unified School District’s Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) and served as a varsity assistant coach at Kearny High School, San Diego, CA.  The team went 14-13 and was defeated in the CIF Division 2 playoffs in the second round.  Scott accepted a job at Morse High School, San Diego, CA as the Senior Army Instructor in the school’s JROTC program.  His program was 190 Cadets when he arrived, but has now grown to over 320 Cadets.  Scott coached the Morse High boys freshman basketball program for two seasons with a 33-17 record.  In 2019, Scott was hired at Mar Vista High School, Imperial Beach, CA as the head varsity basketball coach.  He led the program to their first winning season in 10 years going 19-11 and reaching the CIF semifinals.  The program’s cumulative GPA for all three levels was 3.6. Scott is married to Belinda and they have five children, Alexis 27, Syris 24, Cameron 21, Jada 17 and Jamison 15.  Scott received his Bachelor’s Degree from Excelsior College. @ScottReed619 Free Trial Page :
July 29, 2020
Episode 193: Coach Mike May (Athletic Director of Alpine School District/ Owner of Practice Planner Live Software) American Fork, UT
Coaching Resume Alpine School District Athletic Director: 2017-Current American Fork, UT Owner & Creator Practice Planner Live Software, Educational Foreign Exchange Student Placement and Homestay Company 1998-Current Author and Publisher, Educational and instructional resources for coaches. 1995-Present Head Varsity Boy’s Basketball Coach, Lone Peak High School, Alpine UT, 2002 Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach, Utah Valley State College, Orem UT, 1999-2001 Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach, Los Angeles Valley Junior College, Van Nuys, CA, 1997-1999 Head Varsity Boy’s Basketball Coach, Hart High School, Newhall, CA, 1992-1997 Head Varsity Boy’s Basketball Coach, Colton High School, Colton, CA, 1987-1992 Head Basketball Coach-Argentine Professional League, Y.P.F. Sports Club, Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina, 1986 Head Varsity Boy’s Basketball Coach, North San Pete High School, Mt. Pleasant, Utah 1984-1986 Assistant Varsity Boy’s Basketball Coach, Eisenhower High School, Rialto, CA, 1983 Head Basketball Coach- Argentine Youth League, Obras Sanitarias High School, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1982 Head Varsity Girl’s Basketball Coach, Timpview High School, Provo, Utah, 1981. HONORS Helped Utah Valley State College Women's team achieve a record of 27-10, capturing the SWAC region tournament championship as well as a seventh place finish in the National Junior College Tournament in the 2000-2001 season. In first season helped Utah Valley State College achieve an overall record of 22-9 and a 12-6 record in the Scenic West Conference and coordinated a defense that led the conference in fewest points allowed (59.8) and was consistently in the top ten in the nation in that category during the season. As defensive coordinator assisted Los Angeles Valley College to a 44-22 record in 1997 & 1998 Led Hart High School to the 1993,1994, 1996, 1997 Foothill League Championships with the 96-97 team compiling a 23-6 overall and 10-0 conference record and advancing to the quarterfinals of the C.I.F. for the first time in 27 years. Received the following awards while at Hart High School: ·    Named 1996-97 Area “Coach of the Year” by KBET-Santa Clarita Valley Radio ·    Named Area "Coach of the Year" leading Hart High School to a 21-2 record and second consecutive Foothill League Championship in 1994 ·    Named Conference "Coach of the Year" at Hart High School, 1993 During 1991-92 season, established school best overall and league records and earned first play-off selection at Colton High School since 1974 Led YPF Deportiva to league championship and named "Coach of the Year" Argentina's Southern Professional League, 1986 Led North SanPete High School to the Quarter-Finals of Utah 2A Championships, 1985 at the Marriott Center, Provo, Utah Led Youth Divisions (10-12, and 12-14 year olds) of Club Obras Sanitarias (Buenos Aires, Argentina) to Metropolitan Championships Named Conference "Coach of the Year" Timpview High School Girls, Utah, 1981 Starting Guard of Brigham Young University Varsity Men's Basketball Team, Provo, Utah, 1976; Team Captain, 1977 Current Record Holder to date for most assists in one game (16) at Brigham Young University, 1976 
July 28, 2020
Episode 192: Andy Cowart (38 Years Basketball Official for the GHSA and NCAA) GHSA Basketball Liason (Milledgeville, GA)
38 years as a basketball official 32 of those as an NCAA official Officiated numerous GHSA State Championship and semifinal games Full time employment as State Farm Insurance Agent GHSA Basketball Liaison GHSA Swimming Coordinator
July 27, 2020
Episode 191: Coach Jeff Graham (Head Girls Basketball Coach Belt High School) Belt, Montana (6X Montana Girls BB State Champion)
Jeff Graham became the head coach of Belt’s girls’ basketball team before the 2007-2008 season. At that time he was the head football coach in Belt while also serving as the head assistant coach for the University of Great Falls women’s basketball team. Graham has remained in the Belt community ever since. He has served as an assistant and head track coach since 2008 and became the athletic director in 2012. Belt has won 19 divisional championships since 2007 in football, girls’ basketball, and track. This past season the Lady Huskies were crowned “Co-Champions” after their semifinal victory in the state tournament. The Lady Huskies played Saturday night at the State Tournament for 10 straight years from the 2007-2008 season to the 2016-2017 season. The Belt girls have won 6 of the past 9 State Championships. During Graham’s tenure at Belt there have been 10 girls who have went on to play Frontier basketball.  These players have helped the Huskies win 11 consecutive Conference and District Tournament along with 7 Divisional Tournaments. Graham has been fortunate enough to have amazing assistant coaches such as Suzy Maki, Renzi Horton, and Mollie Rose. These assistants have helped guide the Lady Huskies to a 318-34 record over the past 13 seasons. Graham’s biggest success in life is his family. He married Megan Schmitz, a University of Montana-Western Hall of Famer he met while the two were playing college basketball there. His wife Megan has been an assistant coach for the boys’ basketball team and is currently an assistant for Cross Country and Track. They have been blessed with 4 amazing children. Cadence, 11, is an Elks Free Throw State Champion and her sister Ellison, 9, is a two-time Elks Free Throw Regional Champion. Their brothers Jace (6) and Jimmer (2) love every sport and keep their parents on their toes. Graham is a fourth generation coach and athletic director. His dad coached him in football, basketball, and track at Chester, Montana where the Coyotes achieved success in all three sports. @jeffgraham30 Championship vision would like to welcome our new sponsor partner Practice Planner Live. If you are looking for the best coaching practice software on the marker, use the following links: Landing Page : Sign Up Page : Free Trial Page :
July 25, 2020
Episode 190: Coach Mountain MacGillivray (Head Women's Basketball Coach LaSalle University ( Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Mountain MacGillivray, a Philadelphia native who helped lead Quinnipiac to seven straight 20-win seasons and a trip to the Sweet 16 in 2017, was appointed the ninth head coach in La Salle University women's basketball history in April of 2018. He begins his third year at the helm of the program in 2020-21. During the 2019-20 campaign, MacGillivray's Explorers showed vast improvements from year one to two of his tenure, including the program's best start since 2006 at 6-1. The Blue & Gold more than doubled both its overall (13) and Atlantic 10 (7) win totals in year two. The victory over the Penn State Nittany Lions was La Salle's first over a Power 5 program since November 2015 and first over a Big 10 school since taking down Northwestern in December of 1988. The Explorers also swept Big 5 and A-10 rival Saint Joseph's for the first time ever. A gritty win over the Hawks inside Hagan Arena was the first since 1998. MacGillivray spent the previous nine seasons at Quinnipiac, including the last three as the associate head coach. The Bobcats had tremendous success during MacGillivray's tenure, qualifying for the NCAA Tournament in four of his last five seasons, including three wins in NCAA play over the final two. MacGillivray's role with the Bobcats evolved through the years and one of his greatest responsibilities is within the recruiting of prospective student-athletes. His success in the recruiting landscape has only improved through the years as his last two incoming classes featured the four highest-ranked recruits in program history. In his eight years with the Bobcats, MacGillivray helped guide 18 All-Conference players, including 10 in his final three seasons, as well as three Defensive Player of the Year award winners and three Tournament MVPs. Quinnipiac went undefeated in the MAAC in 2017-18 for the third time in six years, winning the conference regular season title for the fifth time in six seasons. After earning the league's automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament with a victory over Marist in the MAAC title game, the Bobcats earned a No. 9 seed and defeated Miami (Fla.) in the opening round. In 2016-17, MacGillivray helped Quinnipiac to a pair of upset wins in NCAA Tournament action, defeating Marquette and Miami (Fla.) en route to the Sweet 16. The Bobcats won four conference championships and averaged 26 wins over thatt seven year span, and head coach Tricia Fabbri won MAAC Coach of the Year four times with the contributions of MacGillivray. MacGillivray has 13 years of experience coaching at the high school and AAU levels, helping turn Archbishop Carroll High School in Radnor, Pennsylvania into one of the most successful prep programs in the country. He also guided the Philadelphia AAU Lady Running Rebels from 2000-02 and Delaware Valley Comets AAU team in 2006. A 1996 graduate of Temple with a degree in journalism, MacGillivray and his wife Grace have eight children: Chiara, Mary, Brigid, Sean, Catherine, Joseph, Theresa, and Emily. @LaSalle_WBB
July 22, 2020
Episode 189: Coach Randy McClure (Head Girls Basketball Coach at Campbell High School) Smyrna, GA (Legendary Georgia HS Coach)
McClure, from Charlotte, taught science at Willis High School in 1986. In 1990, he took the job as Campbell’s girls coach. The Lady Spartans have appeared in the Georgia state tournament 17 of the last 19 seasons. On nine occasions, McClure guided the Lady Spartans to the elite eight or better. Campbell is honoring the two coaches by naming its new basketball facility the Gwyn-McClure Gymnasium. The new gym, which seats 3,500, opened in 2017. Now it’s got a name. On Dec. 7, McClure led Campbell to a 48-46 win over Marietta to reach 500 career victories.  He has a career mark of 502-317, with no plans of stepping down. @WbbCampbell
July 20, 2020
Episode 188: (Part 2) Coach Rob Beucler (Head Boy's Basketball coach, Eastern High School) Sardinia, OH (The "Eastern Way")
Coach Rob Beucler has been at Eastern High School for 41 years.  He has coached 25 years of Varsity Boy’s Basketball at Eastern High School. Prior to that he coached 2 years of Junior High girls and then 14 years of freshmen and junior varsity boys (222-108 ) and helped as the varsity assistant.  He has accumulated  an overall Varsity record of 392- 181 going into this year.  He has  been honored as 5 time Coach of the SHL (SHAC) and the 2 Southeast District COY and has been Associated Press Ohio - Coach of the Year Division III in 2000.  During his coaching tenure they have won 8 league championships, 12  Sectional Titles, 4 District Titles, 1 Regional Title, and made a State Final Four appearance in 2002. @EHSWARRIORS1
July 18, 2020
Episode 187: Coach Rob Beucler (Head Boy's Basketball Coach Eastern High School) Sardinia, Ohio (Building a 2-2-1 press) (Part 1)
Coach Rob Beucler has been at Eastern High School for 41 years.  He has coached 25 years of Varsity Boy’s Basketball at Eastern High School. Prior to that he coached 2 years of Junior High girls and then 14 years of freshmen and junior varsity boys (222-108 ) and helped as the varsity assistant.  He has accumulated  an overall Varsity record of 392- 181 going into this year.  He has  been honored as 5 time Coach of the SHL (SHAC) and the 2 Southeast District COY and has been Associated Press Ohio - Coach of the Year Division III in 2000.  During his coaching tenure they have won 8 league championships, 12  Sectional Titles, 4 District Titles, 1 Regional Title, and made a State Final Four appearance in 2002.  @EHSWARRIORS1
July 18, 2020