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FIRE BRUNDAGE

Northville, NY

#1 Dec 12, 2012
How many losses does this coach get? I thought he gets paid to win. We should get rid of him because obviously he can't win even when he has talent.
Hoopster

Canajoharie, NY

#2 Dec 13, 2012
It's hard to win when you have no bench- what's he got, seven kids total? And talent?? One quick kid + one 3-pt shooter doesn't equal a real deep or talented lineup. We get that you must have sat the bench for him so you hate him (and his mother, too, for that matter), but there's no clause in his coaching contract about winning percentage.
Sign man

Canajoharie, NY

#3 Dec 13, 2012
AAU means All Are for U That's what's wrong with ST J BB.
lol

Fort Plain, NY

#4 Dec 13, 2012
FIRE BRUNDAGE wrote:
How many losses does this coach get? I thought he gets paid to win. We should get rid of him because obviously he can't win even when he has talent.
what talent r u talking about ? The size they have isnt strong enough or quick enough to rebound yet. ive only seen one game but once they figure that out they will be ok.
webstar

Fort Plain, NY

#5 Dec 14, 2012
I didn't hear a word to congratulate Coach Heiser on the most winning St. Johnsville Soccer team, in well over 20 years. But we sure complain when another coach is off to a rocky start. I know a lot of people don't agree with how Coach Brundage coaches. Obviously St. Johnsville is still rebuilding. They still have a 9th and 10th grader starting. They are combining OE and St. J kids who have never played together. What gives you the right to complain about a coach in this community when others live here, while their kids go to LF. These people are more of a problem than an overzealous coach.
webstar

Fort Plain, NY

#6 Dec 18, 2012
Looks like the boys got the job done tonight against a very good SPA Catholic team. Down by 13 at half time, the boys rallied back to win by 4. Great job tonight.
Reality

Saint Johnsville, NY

#7 Dec 21, 2012
The boys play tonight against Canjo. I would like to see some of the naysayers show up and support the kids from this community. I would like to see all the men from Stewarts and from the Lockerroom. Lets stop being a bunch of pansies and step up and be real men!
Locker room

Canajoharie, NY

#8 Dec 21, 2012
We are cheering for Canajo. Real men, wrong place. We get sick when every time ST J plays LF , ST J wins. That's why LF pulled from Cutspic tourney. We will be there tonite to gloat in a ST J defeat.
webstar

Fort Plain, NY

#9 Dec 22, 2012
It was good to see all of the Canjo supporters travel to St. J to support their team. This is what high school basketball is all about. It was good to see some of the men from Stewarts and even the Locker room in attendance to support the boys. It was also good to see Caryn Schoff and the rest of the Schoff's in attendance and good to see Caryn be recognized by the school for her accomplishments.
webstar

Fort Plain, NY

#10 Dec 29, 2012
Sad state of affairs...Coach Cutspec served our community, coaching and teaching. Last night, the Boys Varsity won their second game of the year in the Cutspec Memorial Tournament, and I didn't see more than a handful of teachers and not one administrator, board member, or Schoff in attendance. This town cares about absolutely nothing. When you can't come out and support your youth, in memory of a wonderful teacher, coach, and MAN...it says the type of people we have in this town.
Nyer

Fort Plain, NY

#11 Dec 29, 2012
Webstar - go find yourself a new hometown that makes you proud! If you do such good for Stj, stop hiding behind a screen name and let us see the great citizen you are. We'd love to model your great positive characteristics. Funny you can judge others but no one can judge you because you're a coward.
Waterhose

Speculator, NY

#12 Dec 29, 2012
It's not the NBA its a small high school lucky to have a coach! The money can't be worth all the time put in. Why would you suggest getting rid of him? Can you do better? Shame on you for not standing up and taking the job yourself.
Beachin

Canajoharie, NY

#13 Dec 29, 2012
webstar wrote:
Sad state of affairs...Coach Cutspec served our community, coaching and teaching. Last night, the Boys Varsity won their second game of the year in the Cutspec Memorial Tournament, and I didn't see more than a handful of teachers and not one administrator, board member, or Schoff in attendance. This town cares about absolutely nothing. When you can't come out and support your youth, in memory of a wonderful teacher, coach, and MAN...it says the type of people we have in this town.
What do the Schoffs have to do with The Cutspecs?
Bum

Canajoharie, NY

#14 Dec 29, 2012
It was sad to see small turn out at Cutspec tourney, however, many people were not there as game was rescheduled from nite before. To nites game also cancelled . I don't think Schoffs fond of Cutspec anyhow, why would they be there? Where were The Lacopplia family.? When you die people forget you very soon, that's the way it is.
Ralph

Fort Plain, NY

#15 Dec 30, 2012
Where does it say a teacher or board member should attend? Can't people show respect in other ways besides what you think? Was the weather not bad? How were people supposed to know when games were rescheduled? Great job on the win, Coach Cutspec was a great guy and surely missed and Webster the community you hate has many roads out, feel free to use anyone of them.
FIRE BRUNDAGE

Northville, NY

#16 Dec 30, 2012
Just Fire Brundage. Maybe more fans would attend.
webstar

Fort Plain, NY

#17 Dec 30, 2012
The boys were always scheduled to play on Friday, so that can't be an excuse. The comment towards the Schoff's had to do with the entire Schoff family showing up to support little Phil, coaching for Canjo, but can't show up to support the kids of their OWN community.
@Ralph...It seems to me that teachers, administrators, and board members should lead us with a little bit of school spirit. Ralph, you are a little bit confused. I do not hate this community. I hate the empathy in this community. I hate the lack of involvement in this community. I hate all of the excuses in this community. I all the [email protected] in this community and nobody stands up to do anything about it.
@NYER...isn't that the pot calling the kettle black...
@Fire Brundage...let's not support the kids because we don't like the coach...better yet, let's all take our kids to Little Falls for the same reason...get a life.
Ralph

Fort Plain, NY

#18 Dec 30, 2012
So a family must attend all sports events because you say so. It's nice they supported their own family. Maybe they have moved on to new interests in life. How many years have they put into stj sports? Did you attend every game they were involved in all them years? Grow up Webster, if you don't like the attitude and bitching, maybe look at yourself and see how much of it is YOU. All the surrounding communities are perfect like you and would live for you to move on with them. Go ahead, it's ok, we won't miss you.
Ralph

Fort Plain, NY

#19 Dec 30, 2012
Webster, do you support the Legion on Tuesdays with their bingo? If not, why? Did you support the Temple with their fund raisers? If not, why? These organizations have been around along time, just like basketball. So YOU should support them every time they have an event. No bitching there, just good times and that's what is important to you.
Beachin

Canajoharie, NY

#20 Dec 31, 2012
You've got some pretty unrealistic expectations of people, Web. Since when does every community member/teacher/administrator, etc. have to revolve their social calendar around every high school basketball game? I mean, God forbid if they have their own families who might be involved in things, or have family in town for the holidays, or maybe traveled out of town to visit family themselves, etc. Maybe you don't have much to occupy your time, but believe me, today's young families with two working parents have more to worry about besides trying to make sure they are at every sporting event. And get off the Schoff thing already... Of course they all came to watch Philip coach, as they were fortunate to have the whole family together for the Holidays. Remember, the older sister lives/coaches in Fonda, Philip coaches in Canjo, and the younger sister lives out of state. The parents spend their time watching their kids' teams play, because they continue to be supportive parents, even though their children are grown! Good for them- family is much more important than any of this crap! There have to be bigger problems for you to worry about, seriously.

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