#045. Jason Bornn is a 30+ year coaching veteran, and his 19th as Head Coach of the Saugus Centurions with a record of 104 wins 94 losses, three Foothill League titles (2008, 2011, 2020), while reaching the playoffs 12 out of the past 16 seasons, with four CIF Semi-Final appearances (2016, 2013, 2008, and 2007). Prior to coaching at Saugus, Coach Bornn was an assistant coach at Occidental College, Canyon H.S. (Canyon Country, Ca), John Muir H.S. (Pasadena, Ca), and Village Christian H.S. (Sun Valley, Ca). While at Village Christian, Coach Bornn worked with the defense and built a reputation for hard-nosed, aggressive defenses that were consistently in the top statistical categories in the San Fernando Valley. From there, Coach Bornn moved on to John Muir HS in Pasadena. While at Muir, Coach Bornn coached a variety of positions and served as the Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator. From there, Coach Bornn would move on to the Santa Clarita Valley and coached at Canyon HS for the 2001 season. Following the 2001 season, Coach Bornn would move on and join the college ranks coaching the defensive secondary at Occidental College in Eagle Rock, CA.Coach Bornn received his Bachelor of Science degree in History from California State University Northridge. While in college, Coach Bornn served as a reservist in the United States Marine Corps, stationed in Long Beach, CA. In the Fall of 2001, Coach Bornn received his Masters Degree in Educational Administration from Point Loma University.Coach Bornn currently lives in the Santa Clarita Valley and is married to his beautiful wife, Veronica. They have three gorgeous children, Angelo, Julian, and Paloma. Coach Bornn enjoys sharing time with his family, vacationing, reading, and dining out.LA Times Coach of the Year article (click here)Veronica has a powerful story that is documented in a book called, "I Found Love" (click here to go get it). A Journey of Hope, Perseverance, and Finding True Love is the travail of an immigrant whose life was shaped and molded by her mother into the strong woman the author is today. Through this expedition of joy, pain, and tragedy, readers will discover how the author found and learned what true, unconditional love is.Coach Bornn is on Twitter!Coach Bornn is on Instagram! Faith Play of the Day for the month of January is LEADERSHIP. Check out our social media platforms for encouragement and posts!!!The Friday Night Life website: https://www.thefridaynightlife.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefridaynightlife/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheFNLPodcast
75 - Saugus Strong: Students, parents reflect on deadly school shooting
What The Hal?
Students from Saugus High School are still on extended break from classes after a gunman opened fire on campus—killing two people before turning the gun on himself. It was a shooting that rocked the whole community, many still in disbelief. In this podcast we talk to some of the students and a teacher who were running for cover and barricading inside a classroom as chaos erupted on campus. We also talk to some parents who describe what it was like the morning of November 14 as they received texts from their children alerting them of a shooting. Our guests include Saugus High students Mandy and Cassie Eckleman as well as their mother Stephanie Eckleman, students Abby and Emily Cannizzaro and mom Kelley Cannizzaro and Marine Studies and biology teacher David Stradling. Hit the subscribe button on this podcast and connect with me on social: Facebook.com/HalEisner Instagram.com/HalEisner Twitter.com/HalEisner
17: We are Saugus Strong, a journey down Route 66 ends in California and that dirty dick is dead...BUT he didn't kill himself!!!
Handcuffs and Sage Podcast
We are stunned, grief stricken and utterly speechless. It happened in our community, the unthinkable, a tragedy that will stick with us and with our kids for the rest of our lives. Santa Clarita, our community is Saugus Strong!!!! Red, T-Mo and Dre take a moment to discuss the Saugus High School shooting and the aftermath. California is the end of the road for our haunted Route 66 tour and finally Epstein is dead, but he didn't kill himself. Hug your loved ones tighter, be thankful for all your blessings and help out as much as you can. We are so proud of our community and we are Saugus Strong!!!!!