Helix head coach Troy Starr. photo by Bill Wechter

CQalmC7VEAA_bV4Troy Star took the Scotties to the CIF State playoff’s for yet another year. Looking over the 2016 roster one things stands out….his players are college ready. Most high schools produce a hand full college players over the course of a few years. The 2016 team will send 7 players to Division 1 football programs. That’s unheard of in todays day in age.

Publicly many questioned Troy Starr’s speaking to college recruiters on behalf of his players. Many people in the community, and media made claims that he didn’t do enough for the kids in the program. His track record now speaks for itself. Starr, a former asst with Urban Meyer while at Florida, will send 8 players to Division 1 football programs in 2016. More than any school in southern california, including all of San Diego and Orange county.

He has done more for his community in the last 5 years, than many coaches do their entire lifetime.

Troy has decided to walk away from the program after many successful seasons at the HEL-HC-ciffinal-aghelm of the Scotties football program, with his head held high. We at MBA Sports recognize the efforts of this extraordinary coach.

Some of this years commitments include: QB / Michael Austin – CalPoly, RB / Nate Stinson – Northern Arizona University, DL / Forrest Hanlon – SDSU, LB / Jihad Woods – Washington St., DL / Mason Vineyard – Washington St, and WR / Mekhi Stevenson – UNLV.