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JV Boys approve of new basketball coach

JV Boys Basketball players pose with new Head Coach Jason Camacho Courtesy photo

This article is sixth in a series about new coaches at Bear River.

Bruins dribbled their way through a great season with their new coach.

Bear River JV Boys Basketball Team completed the 2016-2017 season with new head coach, Jason Comacho.

Nathan Welch, a sophomore, talked about how the season went with their new coach.

“I think we did good as a team but we lost a lot of players to Varsity,” he said. “He is really nice and funny.”

Logan Jenkins, a sophomore, is the point guard on the team and expressed how the new coach benefited the team.

“Comacho really helped us out,” he said.

Sage Rechenbach, a sophomore, talked about how he really enjoyed Coach Comacho.

“He’s a super cool guy and really nice,” he said. “He is really understanding and didn’t get mad.”

Rechenbach went on to talk about how the season played out with Comacho.

“The season was super fun even though we lost,” he said. “I would want him back. He is a super nice guy. He drew up some really good plays even though we never used them.”

Coach Comacho talksed about his experience working with the Bear River and the team.

“Working with Bear River has been really fun for me,” Comacho said. “I love the staff support I got this year. The team had a great attitude through all the adversity we went through losing players to injury and being brought up to varsity.”

Comacho expressed his love for Bear River and its support.

“I would love to come back and work with the Bear River students if the school would allow me to come back,” he said. “Students that were cheering for us has made it fun for our team.”

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