SWEETWATER CIF 1984.MARKBACARCHIVES@allrightsreserved
ANOTHER BLAST FROM THE PAST IN THIS CLIP YOU WILL SEE LEGENDARY COACH "COCO JARIN", RICHARD SANCHEZ (ST AUGUSTINE HEAD FOOTBALL COACH) AS A HIGH SCHOOL PLAYER AND LEGENDARY COACH GENE ALIM IN A NEWS STORY BACK IN 1984-85 MARK BACA ARCHIVES@allrightsreserved
Coco Jarin talks about getting the head football job at Claremont High
Coco Jarin talks about getting the head football job at Claremont High By: Michelle Gardner - I have been at the Daily Bulletin/Sun the for 11 years, specializing in the coverage of local colleges. I am a native Floridian and proud mommy of a baby beagle Published on: February 7, 2015 Source: http://www.tout.com/m/6s1ze0
2012 LA Watts Summer Games 7on7 Champions - Inglewood HS w/ Football Chair Jose "Coco" Jarin
http://CollegeLevelAthletes.com - The 2012 LA Watts Summer Games 7on7 High School Football Tournament was a great success. Led by the determination and experience of Coach Jose "Coco" Jarin, who was the Football Chair for the 2012 LAWSG. Along with Football co-Chair Kenny Lawler, Jarin organized 16 high schools football teams from the CIF Southern Section that included the likes of Locke, Inglewood, Morningside, Diamond Bar, Verbum Dei, Franklin, Lincoln and several others. The two-day tournament featured pool play competition and was hosted at the Home Depot Center and surrounding California State Dominguez Hills University. Jarin, who coached at Mt. San Antonio College alongside USC great Bill Fisk, orchestrated a tournament that shows great promise. Players were encouraged to practice sportsmanship and although competition was tough, the teams embodied the camaraderie instilled by Jarin and his staff of volunteers. Inglewood was able to finish the tournament undefeated and claimed the title in a lopsided victory over Morningside. Inglewood QB Ricky Calderon led the Sentinels to a solid performance in the championship game and took home the 2012 LA Watts Summer Games 7on7 MVP Award. Look forward to much more coming from CLA and Coach Jose "Coco" Jarin.