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Arguably the best season in Soledad High baseball history ended with drama off the field Saturday night when head coach Damien Ryan had police escort him back to his car following an loss to St. Ryan, his wife and two kids were escorted to their car after some fans for the Aztecs became confrontational after the game. The support. All I can think about today is this and what happened. The Mission Trail Athletic League champion Aztecs set a school record with 17 consecutive wins to reach their first sectional finals, finishing the year I felt it ended well.
But apparently others saw it differently. I just tried to calm the situation down. Maybe I was being naive. Then he walked out of the dugout, returning after the game. After the game, Ryan was talking with a reporter from the Mercury News when he heard people yelling in his direction. I tried to defuse the situation by going over there and talking to just the parents of the kid privately.
It put a damper on what was a great season for these kids. Ryan, a former North Salinas High baseball standout, has been the head coach at Soledad for 10 years, compiling over wins, three league titles and now a section finals appearance. It sucks when one parent kills the whole thing. These kids worked so hard to get to this point. But I need time to think. By John Devine jdevine montereyherald. More in Sports.