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Patterson Irrigator

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Patterson Irrigator

26 N. 3Rd Street

Patterson, California, 95363

United States

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Patterson coach Agustin Arreola said the scrimmages let the coaches answer last-minute questions before his team's season opener next week against Modesto High.
"Even though we had a busy offseason, it gets real when you get everyone together on the court - returners, football players, junior varsity players, athletes who are new to the school," Arreola said. "This is a first test to see who is ready to contribute and make an impact in the game." The second-year coach said the Tigers gave a performance Saturday that was light on sizzle but also nearly devoid of glaring mistakes "We are able to assess who has knowledge of the offense and our system," Arreola said. "Coach Arreola is looking for us to continue to progress and get stronger as a team," said Keegan Sanchez, a senior guard for Patterson. "We're looking at identifying who will fill spots on our roster," Arreola said. The benefits of a scrimmage are obvious, Arreola said. Going up against outside competition gives coaches a better gauge of strengths and weaknesses than constantly matching the starting five against the second- and third-stringers. Adrenaline flows differently than in practice, and the speed of the action increases, Arreola said. "A scrimmage lets us see how guys do in live action," Arreola said.


COACH: Agustin Arreola, second season
LAST YEAR: 19-8 overall, 8-4 Western Athletic Conference (third place) With more athletes, better shooters and increased depth on this season's Patterson High varsity boys basketball team, Agustin Arreola thinks the current roster is deep and talented enough to contend in the Western Athletic Conference. The second-year coach and his staff are working to develop first-year players and returners as they prepare for scrimmages against Escalon High and Kimball High of Tracy on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Patterson High gymnasium. "Our coaching staff is focused on developing complete players," Arreola said. "The success of our team will come down to our ability to defend, limit turnovers and rebound. We are identifying players that can do those things." The offseason had a full schedule of weekly practices and games, including numerous summer tournaments and the three-day St. Mary's High School Summer Basketball Camps in Stockton. "We had a core group of 10 players who participated in our offseason program," Arreola said. "The players who participated gained valuable experience against some of the area's top programs." An influx of promising players means Patterson should have much more flexibility, in terms of both game personnel and how the Tigers implement offensive and defensive strategies. The most important element at this point is making sure all the players appreciate the consistent effort required to succeed at the varsity level, Arreola said. "We want to make sure our players will be some of the best conditioned athletes on the court," Arreola said. "Keegan has put in a lot of work in the offseason and has improved every aspect of his game," Arreola said. Arreola believes his returning players made significant strides last season in terms of their toughness and resolve, along with physicality and consistent effort on the defensive end. Though the loss of Adan Cortez, Brian Lemmon, Zack Dinu and Austin Pressley to graduation presents a challenge, the squad boasts many promising players, according to Arreola. "Jordan might end up being the key to our season," Arreola said. "We expect to be competitive," Arreola said. "We expect to contend for a WAC title. I would like for us to be able to host a playoff game." Arreola explained that the Tigers have plenty of versatility and offense at guard. "We have a lot of offensive firepower on the team. Scoring should not be a problem," Arreola said. "Our strength should be our ability to stretch defenses with our 3-point shooting. We have five to six players who can shoot 3's at a high percentage." The defense will rely on speed and athleticism, rather than height. "We will need to overcome a lack of height with tough-discipline defense on the perimeter," Arreola said. "We have talent on the team but understand that our lack of size will be an issue." The team will work on overall development and chemistry during a formidable nonleague schedule that includes road games against Valley High of Sacramento and Hollister's San Benito High. "I'm excited about how much our offense has progressed," Arreola said.

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