coaching staff

larry isaacs - head coach

Los Amigos High School Class of 1990

While attending Los Amigos, Coach Isaacs played basketball, football and ran track. Unfortunately, his parents divorced after his sophomore year of school, and he had to give up sports in order to help out his mom. Nonetheless, Coach Isaacs lettered in academics and upon graduation attended Golden West College .


After receiving his AA degree from Golden West College, Coach Isaacs transferred to California State University, Long Beach where he graduated with a B.A. in Comparative Literature. He then started his Masters Degree in English at California State University, Fullerton. After one semester, Coach Isaacs decided to enter the workforce, but he eventually returned back to California State University, Long Beach to get his Single Subject Teaching Credential in English. Currently, he is attending Orange Coast College working towards his A.S. degree in Photography.

Coach Isaacs has been coaching since 2001. He spent seven years coaching at Garden Grove High School under Head Coach Ken Frank. During his time there he won league titles as a freshman and JV head coach, and was a varsity assistant for the team's league title in 2005. It was the first varsity league title in 35 years!

In 2008, Coach Isaacs took over the program at Los Amigos. He immediately installed his philosophies of academics first, tireless work ethic, and upstanding individual citizenship. This has lead to countless students attending community college and universities, tournament wins, CIF playoff appearances, several all-league players, and two league MVPs. The pursuit for a league title is ongoing, but the basketball program competes, plays hard, respects the game, and always upholds the school's motto: "Siempre con Dgnidad."

pete sanchez - varsity assistant

Mater Dei High School Class of 1965

As a high school football player, Coach Sanchez, nick-named "Pistol," was one of the top quarterbacks in the nation. He was the 1965 CIF Player of the Year, an All-American, and received 52 scholarships across the nation. Coach Sanchez chose to play at USC for coach John McKay. After his 2nd year, Coach Sanchez was in a terrible car accident that almost cost him his leg. He survived, but he was never able to play football again. Mater Dei eventually retired his number "2" which can be seen today in their hall of champions.


In 1982, Coach Sanchez began his coaching career. For the past 38 years he has coached baseball, basketball and football at Mater Dei, Servite, Anaheim, Katella, Buena Park and since 2014, Los Amigos. In 2017, Coach Sanchez began to coach JV Baseball as an assistant to Coach Contreras.

Coach Sanchez has been married to his best friend for 47 years and has three sons and two grandchildren. When he is not coaching, he likes play chess, shoot pool and golf.

robert le - jv head coach

Los Amigos High School Class of 2008

Coach Le was a standout volleyball and basketball player at Los Amigos. Upon graduation, he attended Orange Coast College and then transferred to California State University, Long Beach. At Long Beach State, Coach Le received is degree in Political Science, and continued his education by earning his teaching credential in History. In 2019, Coach Le secured a history teaching position at Los Amigos.

In 2017, Coach Le joined the Los Amigos Basketball coaching family after coaching basketball and volleyball at Fountain Valley High School. In 2018, Coach Le became the varsity head coach for boys' volleyball at Los Amigos. He brings his passion, knowledge of sportsmanship and basketball fundamentals to both sports.

During his free time Coach Le likes to spend time with his girlfriend of nine years, surfing, playing sports, and keeping up on current events.

deandre ferguson - frosh head coach

Coach Ferguson started making a name for himself as a two year varsity player in basketball and football at Los Alamitos High School. For his junior and senior years he transferred to Lynwood High School where he was a varsity starter averaging 13 points 8 rebounds on two of the greatest teams in school history.

After high school Coach Ferguson continued to play basketball at Cerritos College. While there he averaged 24 points and 14 rebounds and received all league honorable mention. He still has one of the highest single season shooting percentages in school history.

After two years at Cerritos, Coach Ferguson transferred to Florida State. Unfortunately, at Florida State he injured his knee and was not able to continue his basketball career. Coach Ferguson returned home, met the love of his life, and started his family.

Coach Ferguson loves to spend time with his wife of 10 years and their 7 children. In addition, in his free time he runs his BBQ business, cooks for fun, and shoots pool. His greatest passion other than his family is basketball. Do not be surprised to see Coach Ferguson at gyms around Southern California coaching and supporting the game he loves.

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