Paramo Resigns at Rosemead

Rosemead HC Marc Paramo has stepped down after five years. things

Rosemead HC Marc Paramo has stepped down after five years.

By Tim Peterson

(Rosemead) – Marc Paramo has resigned as the head coach at Rosemead he confirmed Tuesday. 

The Panthers went 26-28 under Paramo during a five-year run. Paramo took over for Matt Koffler who resigned after the 2011 season. Paramo was the DC for Rosemead on Koffler’s staff..

Rosemead made the playoffs three of the five years and won the Mission Valley League title in 2014. The Panthers went 6-0 in league that year after starting the season 0-4. They beat Covina in the first round of the playoffs before falling to Sierra Canyon. In  2013 Rosemead lost to Pomona in the first round of  CIF and in 2015 the Panthers fell to Northview in round one. Last year Rosemead went 2-8 overall.

Paramo cited going back to school and focusing on other things in his professional life as the reasons for stepping down.

6 Comments to "Paramo Resigns at Rosemead"

  1. General Turgidson's Gravatar General Turgidson
    April 12, 2017 - 12:19 pm | Permalink

    I think it’s almost a certainty to be Jude. Anyone care to bet? He’s the best of the coaches without a job right no w

  2. General Turgidson's Gravatar General Turgidson
    April 12, 2017 - 9:30 am | Permalink

    There’s gonna be a big shock to y’all when you find out who’s taking over at RHS.

  3. Superman's Gravatar Superman
    March 31, 2017 - 1:03 pm | Permalink

    @ FBFan; Yes for 2K and the ones that need most help are those coaches, yet CIF allows the ones that make 200K to cheat without any repercussions , they show up to pop warner and 7 on 7 talking to the parents filling with hot air, Bishop, Cathedral are super good at it , If CIF would ban coaches like that for life , maybe the public schools and coaches who do it right would not loose a great athlete.
    Again CIF looks away, Hypocrite, and it is a business after all.

  4. FBFan's Gravatar FBFan
    March 30, 2017 - 3:10 pm | Permalink


    I agree with you but when someone implied that coaches should be at pop warner games on the weekends, I gave my response. Agility, fundamentals, timing etc. are very important but that’s not what coaches work on during the weekends in the season. Ask anyone who coaches and they’ll tell you they spend their saturdays and Sunday’s watching film so they can be able to work on all those things you mentioned during the week.

    Coaches are now expected to go to pop warner games and have youth camps? All for a whole 2 grand. No wonder guys are stepping down.

  5. Superman's Gravatar Superman
    March 30, 2017 - 1:27 pm | Permalink

    You ever wonder how Arroyo is always good at QB play and Receivers?
    Their Speed , Timing, and ability to scramble and make great plays when in trouble, is respectable.

  6. Superman's Gravatar Superman
    March 30, 2017 - 1:25 pm | Permalink

    @FBFan “most good coaches spend time watching film getting ready for the next game”?
    Wow, most GREAT coaches spend more time training team on Agility, speed,catching angles, attacking angles, route running,feet position, hip position, hand position,defending angles, defending spaces, teaching different type of offenses, or different type of defenses, lineman feet movement, back position, hand position, offensive timing with QB and receivers, playbook for special circumstances, etc etc etc, and not on film, It is OK to watch film to catch mistakes , and watch film on next opponent, but that is half day only of film to prepare your style before you train team how to defend and attack.
    Most good or mediocre coaches arrogance think they can coach their style and no one can stop them, also ; Too difficult of a Defense play calling, in which half the players do not understand their assignments. Failure!
    Many type of offenses do not function with the D the other team has , you don’t go into the game and on 3rd qtr and figure out that is your problem of why our loosing..
    Great coaches use the right kid for the right position and not play politics.
    Great coaches ask for help.
    Great coaches motivate, not put down.
    Great coaches do it for the love of the game not Fame.
    This was not thrown to Rosemad coaching, this was an answer to FBFan who commented most good coaches.
    Coaches should look at themselves on the mirror and ask ,Did I give 100 % ? If not ; STEP DOWN. Go watch Kitty Football as FBFan says.

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