You think you don’t know Aaron Iyomasa, but you actually do.
If you have watched a local telecast of a UH sporting event the past 30 years, the odds are Iyomasa had something to do with it. Video, production, direction, prep work, post-production … Iyomasa served many roles for the Home Team and, now, OC Sports.
He’s going through a difficult medical time now.
If you have a free moment, please pray a prayer, wish a wish or think a good thought for a really good guy.
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Some good things do happen late at night.
After last night’s basketball game, the Stan Sheriff Center crew fitted the Teraflex floor over the basketball court. That’s a time-consuming process, unlike, say, changing a tablecloth. It takes a crew effort and a few hours.
It also took the blessing of basketball coaches Eran Ganot and Laura Beeman. The original plan called for the basketball court to remain through Monday afternoon, then change for tomorrow night’s exhibition volleyball match. Instead, both coaches agreed to allow the Taraflex to be placed last night night, enabling the volleyball Warriors to practice twice today and once on Monday in the Stan Sheriff Center. The basketball teams will practice in the school gyms on Monday.
Teamwork often begins at the coaches’ level.