Mike Listerman Steps Down at Covington Catholic

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    Quote Originally Posted by faxisfax View Post
    I do not classify Cov Cath as being "loaded" in the next couple years.
    Agree. Solid but far from loaded.

    You can win, though, without being loaded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faxisfax View Post
    I do not classify Cov Cath as being "loaded" in the next couple years.
    the current frosh are pretty good. They lost to no one in NKY this year. Time will tell how they develop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    the current frosh are pretty good. They lost to no one in NKY this year. Time will tell how they develop.
    Difficult barometer with freshman being moved up from numerous schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    the current frosh are pretty good. They lost to no one in NKY this year. Time will tell how they develop.
    Freshman team had depth, solid guards, solid bigs. One guard was pretty athletic. The rest can be solid in two or three years. I don't see any of these boys contributing next year at the varsity level.

    I do like the potential of the Schreiver kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    Freshman team had depth, solid guards, solid bigs. One guard was pretty athletic. The rest can be solid in two or three years. I don't see any of these boys contributing next year at the varsity level.

    I do like the potential of the Schreiver kid.
    I agree they will not contribute next year, but I was referencing the next few years. The kid that impressed me most was Radcliff and the balance of the squad was very good. All of them decent size (not huge) for their positions and very athletic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    I agree they will not contribute next year, but I was referencing the next few years. The kid that impressed me most was Radcliff and the balance of the squad was very good. All of them decent size (not huge) for their positions and very athletic.
    I agree on all points. That's why I think even without a "stud" that we like to rave about the frosh class is solid and , paired with kids from other classes, can make CCH a strong, deep team with lots of pieces in a few years.

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    Heard Bruce Pearl was in town last night???

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKYBOY1487 View Post
    Heard Bruce Pearl was in town last night???
    Buying a farm in Park Hills?

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    Color me inpatient. A weeks goes by and the last post is about Bruce Pearl? I don't think that orange jacket would make it on the sidelines, unless it was on one of the Crazies.

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    When are they going to get serious about a replacement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportsGuy41017 View Post
    When are they going to get serious about a replacement?
    Lighten up Francis. Henley left Holmes around April 20th and Booher was named Head Coach on May 17th. What makes you think CovCath is any less serious about naming a replacement than Holmes who took 4 weeks? They will name a head coach when they are good and ready. Until then, enjoy reading TheOldGuy's baseball summaries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scout View Post
    Color me inpatient. A weeks goes by and the last post is about Bruce Pearl? I don't think that orange jacket would make it on the sidelines, unless it was on one of the Crazies.
    I agree. I think that is the bigger part of the problem. Until the administration gets serious about wanting a winning program, I fear things will remain the same.

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    Is Rick Shumate a serious candidate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportsGuy41017 View Post
    When are they going to get serious about a replacement?
    Define "serious."

    I give Bob Rowe credit for not letting anything out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    Define "serious."

    I give Bob Rowe credit for not letting anything out.
    Asking almost every Catholic HS coach if they want the job? They all know it's open, if they are interested wouldn't they apply? I just hope they, or any school for that matter, gets a coach before the June team camps.

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