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CENTRAL BUCKS WEST FOOTBALL:
MISSION STATEMENT
Mission Statement:
To establish an environment that offers
student-athletes an opportunity to
compete in an interscholastic program
that supports the highest levels of
commitment, personal growth, respect,
enthusiasm, integrity, and excellence.
A Coaching Philosophy
Brian Hensel
Central Bucks HS – WestFootball
Who is Brian Hensel and how will his
presence affect my son?
20+ seasons of high character football
coaching.
Experience at various educational settings
including the collegiate and high school levels.
National Board Certified Science teacher
Currently teaching Chemistry and Forensic
Science at CB West High School.
Integral member within the larger framework
of the CB School District.
Who is Brian Hensel and how will his
presence affect my son?
Organization, preparation, motivation, and
personalization have defined my successes in
both the classroom and the football field.
I will NEVER be outworked as a coach or
teacher and as a result I refuse to ever be outcoached by the opposition.
I am fully committed to the pursuit of
excellence that has long been the hallmark of
Central Bucks Football.
COACHING PHILOSOPHY
 Team Concept Above All Else
 Goal-oriented
 Roles for All Program Members
 Enthusiasm
 Individual Hard Work and Growth
 Self-worth and Contribution
 Sportsmanship and Respect
 Progression and Repetition
 Development and Improvement
 Pride
 T.I.D.E.
What is T.I.D.E.?
Tempo - Keep the rate of activities appropriate for
the situation.
Intensity - Exhibit an exceptional focus and
concentration.
Dedication - Demonstrate a sense of purpose in all
that is done.
Enthusiasm - Have fun and enjoy the game of
football!
Win
Excellence
Integrity
Respect
Enthusiasm
Personal Growth
Commitment
CENTRAL BUCKS WEST FOOTBALL:
BELIEFS
1. Football at CB West will be a positive
experience for everyone involved.
2. Sportsmanship will be a top priority in our
football program.
3. Every member of this program will have a value
and participation at some level will be the
cornerstone to the success of our program.
4. Academics, athletics, and strong, healthy
relationships are the foundation of building a
successful school culture and will be interwoven
into the fabric of our program.
CENTRAL BUCKS WEST FOOTBALL:
BELIEFS
5. All program members will be encouraged to
contribute to our community beyond their own
personal focus.
6. Wearing the colors and representing Central
Bucks High School – West will be a positive
endeavor, that leaves indelible, life-long
memories.
7. The football program will demonstrate
dedication, preparation, and competitive spirit
at the highest possible level.
CENTRAL BUCKS WEST FOOTBALL:
COMMUNICATION WEB
Print and
Electronic Media
Players and
Parents
Administration
and
Athletic Director
Staff and District
Coaches
Head
Football
Coach
College &
University
Recruiters
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION PLANS
A. Communications with Players and Parents
Communication expected from Head Coach:
Coaching Philosophy
Expectations of individual players and the team as a whole
Locations and times for all workouts, practices, and contests
Team rules, guidelines, and expectations
Team participation requirements, such as practices, special
equipment, off-season workouts, training, and opportunities
Lettering criteria
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION PLANS
B. Communications with Players and Parents
Communication expected from Player:
Advanced notification of any scheduled conflicts
Immediate notification of injury or illness
Concerns expressed directly to position coach, then head coach
Communication expected from Parents:
Communication with college recruiters
Concerns expressed directly to the head coach, by
appointment*
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION PLANS
C. Communications with Players and Parents
Appropriate concerns to discuss with a coach:
Concerns you are having with your son’s behavior
Ways to help your son improve
The treatment of your son within the program
Inappropriate concerns to discuss with a coach:
Playing time
Team Strategy
Play Calling
Other student-athletes
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION PLANS
D. Communications with Players and Parents
* Procedures for communicating concerns with a coach are as follows:
1. Encourage your child to speak directly with his position coach FIRST.
Many times natters can be resolved in this manner.
2. Call the coach in advance to set up a meeting appointment. It is never
recommended to attempt such a meeting as one is entering or leaving the
practice or game field as these can often be emotionally charged times for all.
3. If a coach cannot be reached, contact the athletic director’s office to assist
you in making an appointment for a meeting.
4. If the meeting with the coach does not provide a satisfactory resolution, call
and set up an appointment with the head coach.
5. If the meeting with the head coach does not provide a satisfactory
resolution, call and set up an appointment with the athletic director to
discuss the situation.
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION PLANS
E. Communications with Players and Parents
Expectations of Parents/Guardians:
Assist your child in establishing challenging, but realistic goals.
Make an emphasis of “Personal Improvement” and not on “Just Win”.
Promote team unity above individuality.
Provide a healthy environment for training and competition.
Provide the nutrition necessary to compete a high level.
Provide an example of respect for your son’s coaches. Communicate with
them in a positive way and encourage others to do so.
Try your very best to control your emotions during and following games.
Cheer loud for your child as well as his teammates.
Continue to be a positive force in your child’s life.
Love your child after every game like the first time you held him in your arms.
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION PLANS
F. Communications with College and University Recruiters:
1.
Establish and maintain traditional mail and email links to all colleges and
universities in the region as well as for those that have recruited the area and the
school’s student-athletes.
2.
Be truthful of student athlete’s ability levels to create a level of trust in the CB
West football program.
3.
Promote players who are suitable candidates for the recruiters and do not
recommend those student-athletes that will not qualify or cannot compete at a
specific level.
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION PLANS
E. Communications with College and University Recruiters:
4.
Make sure all players are aware of the NCAA Clearinghouse requirements for
participating in an NCAA affiliated program.
5.
Make sure all players are aware of your communication and recommendations to
colleges and universities before their names are passed on to recruiters.
6.
Encourage recruiters to invite players to camps and combines.
7.
Encourage recruiters to set up appointments to meet with players and coaches in
advance of their arrival at school.
Coaching Staff for 2014 Season
Offensive Coordinator: Paul Winters
Defensive Coordinator: Joe Wade
Kicking Coordinator: Chuck Rocconi
Assistants: Len Hulme, Gio Thomas,
Brandon Gordon, Mike Hallman, Dan
Pfeiffer, John Arena, and Frank Pacifico
Head Freshman Coach: Greg Trimbur
2014 CB West Football Schedule
Please visit the
website at
www.westfootball.com

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