Northwest Coach Mike Lower discusses his program’s resurgence, the new district bracketing process, playing for his dad, coaching against his brother and more with On The Bench hosts Ken Rector and Zac Jackson.
Pitt-Greensburg coach Brody Jackson joins Ken Rector and his brother, Zac Jackson, for a discussion on recruiting at the NCAA Div. III level, his first college head coaching job, the differences between good high school players and successful college players and his journey to this point.
Copley girls AND boys coach Mark Dente joins Ken Rector and Zac Jackson for a discussion of both of his jobs, coaching his children, the loaded Suburban League and the rise of Copley’s boys program.
John Norris of Walsh Jesuit talks to Ken Rector and Zac Jackson about his trying 2016-17 season, his longevity in the coaching business, this year’s Walsh Jesuit team and more.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson talk with longtime Green High School coach Mark Kinsley about his young team’s solid start, the Federal League, the new Barberton District and what early confidence can do for a team over the long haul.
Longtime Revere High School coach Dean Rahas joins Ken Rector and Zac Jackson for a discussion on his program’s goals, coaching Larry Nance Jr. and Pete Nance, and putting together a brutal non-league schedule.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights coach Steve Mehalik joins the podcast to discuss program building, the Suburban League, raising the level and his 2017-18 team.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson sit down with Cleveland Central Catholic coach Jordan Duke for a discussion on the strange start to his head coaching career, his non-basketball duties and his long-term goals for the program.
Barberton coach Jackie Greynolds joins his predecessor and former teammate Ken Rector, as well as Zac Jackson, for a discussion on homecomings, growing up with the Magics, his coaching journey and coaching his son, Jordan.
Third-year Cuyahoga Falls coach Kenny Johnson talks to Ken Rector and Zac Jackson about restoring pride in the program, building a youth program, his long career as an assistant and the 2017-18 season.