Greg Hayes, a Valencia resident, has coached all over the SCV in myriad sports. He is a former head coach for Canyon boys basketball, a former girls soccer coach at Valencia and a former assistant coach for The Master’s University men’s basketball team, among other stints. But the one coaching job that has stood above the rest for Hayes is one he held at UCLA where he coached alongside John Wooden at UCLA summer youth basketball camps.
From Jan. 2 to Jan. 8, West Ranch hockey made its second pilgrimage in as many years to Minnesota for the Eden Prairie Border Battle hockey tournament. And for the second year in a row, the favorite moment of the trip was playing pond hockey. The Cats warmed up by the heat of an open fire in between playing 3-on-3 games. “They’re out there all day skating around in below-zero weather,” said Wildcats coach Chris Greene. “I think it was actually like two degrees.
When Taylor Kozlov first joined West Ranch boys soccer as a sophomore, he was a striker. But coach Louis Mogrovejo needed a left back, so Kozlov made the switch. Now, in his senior year of Foothill League play, Kozlov has scored two goals in three games for the Wildcats. His latest goal boosted West Ranch to a 1-0 win over Valencia on Tuesday at West Ranch. “He said coach, ‘I used to play striker’, and I said, ‘Well I don’t see it,’” Mogrovejo said.
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Selecting a term
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