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Old 03-07-18, 02:16 PM
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He was the Head Coach at Nordonia for a good while, Stow also I believe. Some reason I think maybe Brush also. He's been around and has been very successful overall. That would be a nice hire for Rootstown.
He also took over the Rover Football program as head coach once before, in 1989 following a stint as head coach at Springfield.
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Old 03-07-18, 02:50 PM
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CVCA has 2 varsity soccer teams, 1 plays and indy schedule and the other would play the conference schedule like they do in the PAC.
Hopefully they will drop the B team and focus their efforts on one Varsity Soccer team.
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Old 03-08-18, 08:16 AM
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He was the Head Coach at Nordonia for a good while, Stow also I believe. Some reason I think maybe Brush also. He's been around and has been very successful overall. That would be a nice hire for Rootstown.
I thought he was also at Massillon Perry at one time but I may be thinking of another coach.
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Old 03-08-18, 08:51 AM
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I thought he was also at Massillon Perry at one time but I may be thinking of another coach.
You are correct, he was at Perry. Bounced around following talent his entire career. Resigned from Nordonia (lean years) then was hired back later. Definitely not a long term committed guy. I'd be curious as to his lifetime overall record but can't imagine its up there? Just my 2 cents.
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Old 03-08-18, 10:13 AM
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You are correct, he was at Perry. Bounced around following talent his entire career. Resigned from Nordonia (lean years) then was hired back later. Definitely not a long term committed guy. I'd be curious as to his lifetime overall record but can't imagine its up there? Just my 2 cents.
This may be incomplete, but Boedicker served as head football coach at Springfield (following assistant gigs at Medina and Hoban), Rootstown, Wapokaneta, Nordonia, Stow, Nordonia (again) and Perry (Massillon). He was also an assistant coach at Baldwin-Wallace, his college Alma Mater.

His longest tenure was at Nordonia, where he was the head coach for 11 total seasons, compiling a 92-32 record and guiding the Knights to the payoffs five times, reaching the DII State semi-Finals twice (2000, 2002) and finishing as DII State Runner-Up in 2002. His last head coaching stop (I believe) was Perry, where he posted a 13-17 mark from 2010-12.

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Old 03-09-18, 11:20 AM
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You are correct, he was at Perry. Bounced around following talent his entire career. Resigned from Nordonia (lean years) then was hired back later. Definitely not a long term committed guy. I'd be curious as to his lifetime overall record but can't imagine its up there? Just my 2 cents.
I know people who have coached for him but not much else. I do wonder based on his history how long he will be with the Rovers
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Old 03-12-18, 05:48 AM
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I know people who have coached for him but not much else. I do wonder based on his history how long he will be with the Rovers
So who was the better hire...............Norton with "junior" Pollock or Rootstown with Bo?

Even is Bo stays one year, won't the kids be better coached for that time? And if "junior Pollock stays for 20 years at Norton, but has records like he posted at Strasburg, you still think Norton got the better coach?

If Bo applied at Rootstown, he must have applied at Norton, no?
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Old 03-13-18, 09:34 AM
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So who was the better hire...............Norton with "junior" Pollock or Rootstown with Bo?

Even is Bo stays one year, won't the kids be better coached for that time? And if "junior Pollock stays for 20 years at Norton, but has records like he posted at Strasburg, you still think Norton got the better coach?

If Bo applied at Rootstown, he must have applied at Norton, no?
I would be curious to see who applied at Norton. Not judging the hire at all, just looking at the history of experience in the coaches they have hired in the past. Starting with the departure of Ray Gori (37-31-2) after the 1980 season, Norton has tabbed (age at hire):

1981-85 (Age 30) Bob Schoonover (29-21) First head coaching job
1986-89 (Age 30) Dale Saylor (18-22) First head coaching job
1990-92 (Age ?) Steve Remenaric (5-25) Second head coaching job
1993-94 (Age 28) Greg Dennison (11-9) First head coaching job
1995-97 (Age 27) Joe Vassalotti (21-10) First head coaching job
1998-00 (Age ?) Terry Sample (4-26) First head coaching job
2001-03 (Age ?) Joe Studer (11-19) Not sure of head coaching experience
2004-06 (Age 37) Dave Weber (3-27) First head coaching job
2007-09 (Age 27) Matt Parrill (10-20) First head coaching job
2010-11 (Age 27) Glen Kruger (3-17) First head coaching job
2012-17 (Age ?) John Tanksley (22-38) First head coaching job

Again, not judging the hire and no idea who applied, but of the former coaches above, only Reminaric in 1990 had been a head coach (Waynedale) before coming to Norton (although I'm nor sure about Studer). So there is not a history of Norton either hiring experienced head coaches or possibly just not having seasoned coaches apply for the job.

Good luck to the new coach. Norton has enjoyed just one winning season (2013) since Joe Vassalotti guided the Panthers to two league titles (1995 and 1997) and their first playoff berth (1997) and just five total winning seasons since 1987.

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