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62nd Annual SCFCA Clinic Online Registration

Register Below for the 2020 Clinic!

2020 SCFCA Coaches Clinic Pricing (Membership Included)

$52 for an individual membership. $175 for up to 6 coaches. $350 for up to 12 coaches, and then $15 per coach after that.

Walk up registration accepted. Cash or debit card

8:00 - 9:00 am/All-CIF Meetings

8:00 - 9:30 am/(Theatre) Registration

9:30 - 10:45 am/Offensive Topic (Theater):

Dan O'Shea, Head Coach, Corona Del Mar High School/2019 CIF & State Champion

"CDM Program Philosophy and Development"

9:30 - 10:45 am/Defensive Topic (Shark Tank)

Brian Pearsall, Defensive Coordinator Corona Del Mar HS/ 2019 CIF & State Champion

"CDM Championship Defense"

11:00 - 12:15 pm 

Featured Speaker: Ty Gower, Defensive Coordinator, Princeton ISD (Texas) Frequent Glazier Clinic Presenter

"Installing the Mint/Tite Front Defense w/Run Fits and Multiple Coverages vs the Spread Offense"

12:15 -1:45 pm

Lunch & Awards - Taco Lunch Truck (included in clinic fee), SCFCA Milestones Coaching Awards/Coaching Media Awards

2:00 - 3:15 pm

Featured Speaker: Ty Gower, Defensive Coordinator, Princeton ISD (Texas) Frequent Glazier Clinic Presenter

"Creating Pressure Packages, Blitz Patterns, & Other Ideas to Combat the Offense on 3rd Down"

3:30 - 4:45 pm 

(Offensive Topic): Steven Lo, Offensive Coordinator, St. John Bosco HS/2019 CIF, State and National Champ,

"Weekend Game Prep & Practice Week Application"

(Defensive Topic): Jason Bornn, Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator, Saugus HS/Frequent Glazier Clinic Presenter

"Defensive Pyramid for Success"

5:00 pm

Our Treat - Coaches Social Filippi Pizza Grotto, 1192 Sixth Street, Norco, CA (8 miles from clinic)

62nd Annual Souther California Football Coaches Association Clinic

62nd Annual SCFCA Clinic

Clinic Objectives:

  1. To help maintain the highest possible standards in athletics and the coaching profession and to work together for the improvement of conditions for Southern California Football Coaches.

  2. To better understand and improve high school football and create a source of public information.

  3. To have a representative group of coaches to whom athletic problems of general interest may be referred, in hopes of creating better relationships between schools.

  4. To promote good fellowship and social contact among coaches.