By Tim Peterson
(La Verne) – Bonita has parted ways with head football coach Ibis Aguilar after two years the school announced Monday.
Aguilar took over in 2016 replacing Adrian Medrano, who left to take the El Rancho job. Aguilar went 6-14 overall in the two years – 3-7 each season.
The school released a statement that said in part “Making a coaching change is never easy, but it is an especially difficult decision when you know that a coach has given his all to our school. We appreciate the countless hours Coach Aguilar, his family and staff have devoted to the players and the football program at Bonita High School. We wish Coach Aguilar well in his future coaching endeavors.”
Aguilar was also the head coach at South El Monte from 2011 to 2014. He went 19-24 overall during a four year stint with the Eagles and made the playoffs his first two years.
Bonita will begin the search for a new head coach immediately.