Norton Girls Coach Brian Miller talks with Ken Rector and Zac Jackson about building a program, sustaining success and chasing a trip to Columbus.
Louisville coach Tom Siegfried joins Ken Rector and Zac Jackson for a discussion on his program, coaching his son, scheduling up and maintaining high standards.
The On The Bench Podcast catches up with Warren Harding Coach Andy Vlajkovich, who discusses high expectations, making a difference on and off the court and some of the recognizable names who have recently been a part of Harding’s program.
The second season of the On The Bench Podcast tips off with new Norton coach B.J. Sanderson joining the show.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson continue their conversation with the hosts of the “Worthy Of The Jersey Podcast,” Eric Flannery and Tim Smith. In this part, they touch on everything from OHSAA tourney sites to coaching longevity to the annual optimism regarding the Browns that hits Cleveland at this time of year.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson team up with Eric Flannery and Tim Smith of the “Worthy Of The Jersey” Podcast for a discussion on the state of high school basketball in Ohio, the game’s future, Flannery’s 20+ years as head coach at St. Edward and what competitive balance will and won’t change.
Part 2 will post later in the week.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson are joined by Kenmore-Garfield head coach Matt Kersten, who discusses everything from the new school merger to his own playing background to the challenges facing coaches and players in the Akron City Series.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson are joined by new Massillon Perry head girls coach Beth Sternberg for a discussion on her experiences as a first-time head coach, growing up playing for East Canton’s dynasty and the challenges of taking over a program trying to compete in the Federal League.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson are joined by Youngstown Cardinal Mooney second-year coach Carey Palermo, who discusses the importance of summer basketball growth, the growing pains of last season and the challenges of being a teacher at Mooney’s crosstown rival.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson are joined by Warrensville Heights coach and athletic director Brian Swift, who discusses his transition from player to coach, his vision for the Warrensville program and the differences in the basketball culture between now and the time of his playing career at Chanel and Warrensville in the early 2000s.