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first_imgEarly in the game, Hofman said he called the officials over and was issued a technical for a remark he made. “I didn’t like some of the calls, so I asked the guys, `Where are you from?’ They said `Barstow’, so I said, `Are you sure it isn’t San Diego? Just give us a good game.’ “There was never any profanity, but they looked at each other and I got a technical.” Hofman was ejected after his second technical, which came with 4:04 left in the first half. “I took issue with a blocking call that wasn’t made and just said, `Boo, boo.’ I never left my seat,” Hofman said. “I’ve been doing this a long time, and to be ejected for that is unreal.” Boal, sitting at the scorers’ table, couldn’t believe the officials’ reaction. “In a game of that magnitude, all the official had to do was say, `Coach, relax.’ Boal said. “There was no need for that second technical. “Tom has over 400 wins and knows what he can say and can’t say to an official. That comes with 21 years of experience and never being ejected.” “What can you do?” Hofman said. “We had great officiating up until this point. But I don’t want to dwell on it; we have a big game to get ready for.” Assistant coaches Jeff Stephens, Jim Harvey and Ray O’Brien will take over in Hofman’s absence. Stephens will be in charge on Saturday. “It was very uncomfortable taking over for Tom (on Saturday) after he was ejected,” Stephens said. “I didn’t even want to sit in his chair. “He’s a legend in high school basketball and the circumstances behind his ejection were totally uncalled for. “But we have to look forward. Tom will make the game plan and we’ll go over everything and follow it the best we can.” [email protected] (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4485 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LA CA?ADA FLINTRIDGE – La Ca?ada High School boys basketball coach Tom Hofman has been suspended for Saturday’s CIF-State Division III Southern Regional final against Artesia at Pauley Pavilion. Hofman will not be allowed to attend the game because he was ejected from the Spartans’ 65-58 semifinal victory over San Diego’s Mission Bay on Saturday. CIF rules stipulate that if a coach is ejected from a game, he must also miss the following contest. School officials contacted the CIF-State office on Monday in hopes of filing an appeal, but athletic director Randy Boal was informed by CIF events coordinator Dean Crowley that there is no appeals process. center_img “We have to accept it,” Boal said. “It’s a shame, because I’ve known Tom for a long time and he doesn’t deserve this. “He can practice with the team all week, but basically he has to say his goodbye when they get on the team bus on Saturday. I feel terrible for Tom. He’s too good a guy for this to happen to him.” Hofman was still trying to digest the news on Monday. He said that in his 21 years at La Ca ada, Saturday was the first time he’d been ejected, and it comes before the biggest game in school history. The Spartans (30-3) are preparing to face Artesia (32-2), ranked No. 12 in the country by USA Today and the top-ranked team in California. The Pioneers defeated Mater Dei in the CIF-Southern Section Division I-AA championship game. “It’s a real shame,” Hofman said. “You work 21 years to get to this point, and then you get thrown out of a game for nothing, really. I didn’t do anything differently in that game than any other. You just had some officials who were quick to overreact, and now I can’t be with the team. It’s outrageous.” last_img

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