“It was really hard to bid farewell. It’s a great thing for masks due to the fact that I was pretty emotional speaking to the group and telling them I had not been returning,” Lacomis stated. “I have been assuming about it considering that completion of last season and also determined it was time. I had to review what I was making with my time. I love the people. Desire I can do both. It was actually tough and also I feel a little guilty, however I placed a great deal of years in putting other people’s youngsters initially.”
Lacomis said as his older daughter started playing travel softball and also video games were not close by, he was discovering it more difficult as well as harder to get to them.
“You miss out on a lot of points,” Lacomis stated. “I intend to make time to be whatsoever those games. My children are delighted regarding me being about extra. I’m not hanging it up permanently, I like coaching too much. I’m mosting likely to aid out mentoring my more youthful little girl’s team in the meantime and a couple of years from currently, I would certainly love to return to mentoring secondary school youngsters.”
Lacomis was worked with in 2015, changing Fred Kelley as the head train of the Black Knights.
Lacomis was an assistant train for Kelley for six periods before obtaining the head coaching task as well as was an assistant coach on both the freshers and JV groups prior to joining the varsity team in 2008.
The Black Knights received the CIAC Class LL Event yearly Lacomis was the head trainer, reaching the quarterfinals in 2015. That was likewise the only season the group reached the FCIAC Tournament under Lacomis.
“I have a great deal of great memories of that first year and making a run to the state quarterfinals,” Lacomis stated. “We shed to an actually great Southington group, 3-1, however we were in that game all the way. That period attracts attention to me one of the most since we had a great group of youngsters. I am still in contact with a great deal of those gamers. They made my first season as head coach extremely remarkable.”