The elder Scott
has also seen 36 of his
former players become coaches and sent 100 more to play at the college level, 35 Division I and 65 to Division II or smaller.
Angieri's path was quite different.He
coaching career at Bishop Kelley before moving to Broken Arrow as defensive coordinator.BA was a long stopover for the coach.He spent 22 years as head coach of the Tigers, making the playoff 17 years in a row.
teams played in the state semi finals.Finally, he
moved on to Catoosa where the Indians made the playoffs twice.He then retired and became principal at the Tulsa County Jail school and was a riot commander in the Department of Corrections.
Both coaches returned to football to help the younger Scott
first coaching job.They have replaced the trappings of retirement with whistles and coach titles.
"My son needed an offensive line coach and I came out of retirement to help him," Scott
said."That is why I am here to help my son become a good head coach."
"My main reason is to help Brent
be successful," Angieri said.
It's time for Brent
and the other great young coaches on this staff to be successful. "
Both, having seen high school football and coaching change over the years, have taken on the new roles as a challenge.
"Coaching is a tough deal these days," Scott