Being Too Competitive

The late John Wooden who was named by the NCAA as the Coach of the Century in 2000 wrote a book, “A Lifetime of Observations And Reflections.” In it there is a section titled Being Too Competitive.  Remember, Coach Wooden won 10 Division I National Basketball Championships for UCLA in the last 12 years he coached, 7 of those in a row. He is remembered by his college players as a coach who NEVER swore and NEVER mentioned winning. Perhaps, not ironically, he was a genuine Christian man as those who eulogized him remembered at his funeral when he passed away at 100 years of age. 
Wooden reflects that must be focused EXCLUSIVELY on the process of what we are doing rather than the result of that effort (the so called winning or losing). Otherwise we...

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Coach's Corner

Waheed Mitchell

This month we are featuring our Boys Basketball Coach Waheed Mitchell. Coach Mitchell has been coaching basketball for twelve years. His overall record during that time is 153 wins and 55 losses.
The 2012-13 season was another successful year for the Warriors. Jonathan Dutra says of Coach Mitchell, “We know he loves us because he tells us what we need to hear, not just what we want to hear.” 
Coach Mitchell was named San Diego Union-Tribune Coach of the Year in 2006, the year his team won the CIF State Championship. His teams have won nine league titles, five of them at The Rock Academy. In the last five years his Rock Academy basketball teams have been undefeated in league play going 44-0 from 2009 to 2013. This year was no exception.
In addition, his teams have eight CIF Semi-final appearances with five victories. While at the Rock Coach Mitchell has led the Warriors to three CIF Semi-Finals and one CIF Semi-final victory. Coach Mitchell has five CIF Final appearances with four victories. One CIF Final appearance while at The Rock. Over the past twelve years his teams have had three CIF State Final Four appearances. 
He is married to his wife Brandy and has three children, Brittany 18, Breanna 9, and Baille 6.  Their dog Mokoa has been with them four years.