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  • Thursday September 16, 2014


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  • Monday September 15, 2014


    Longtime Park Ridge (NJ) head coach Gary Mioli has passed away at age 57. Please keep his family in your prayers during this difficult time.

    CoachComm: CoachComm is seeking to hire a Regional Sales Manager to cover the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Candidate will be responsible for selling of the CoachComm Headset product line as well as practice management and sound systems. Customer base includes D2, D3 NAIA, JUCO and High Schools. Ideal candidate will have coaching and sales experience as well as recruiting background in these markets. This Job requires heavy travel of at least three (3) nights and Four (4) days on the road each week. Serious inquiries only. Submit resume to

    Williston (FL): First year head coach, and athletic director, Cliff Lohrey has been let go following a forfeit during their home opener because no referees showed up due to a clerical error. Scott Hall, who led the baseball team to a state title in the Spring, will take over on an interim basis.

  • Friday September 12, 2014


    Pickett County (TN): Head coach Jeff Holt has resigned, and previous coach O.B. Caudle will resume his position for the remainder of the season.

    Greenville (OH): Mark Eldridge has resigned from his post as an assistant coach.

    Fairview (MT): Head coach Derek Gackle has resigned and former Fairview HS (MT) coach Kevin Clausen will take over the head coaching position. 

    Cardinal O’Hara (Springfield, PA): Cardinal O’Hara is looking to fill it’s head coaching position for the 2015-2016 school year. Interested candidates can apply to Mr. Stephen Langley, Cardinal O’Hara High School, 1701 South Sproul Road, Springfield, PA 19064-1199. All applicants must be received on or before Friday October 3, 2014. Any applicant who is not presently employed as a teacher in the Archdiocesan High Schools must provide a Pastor’s Letter, letters of recommendation, Child Abuse History Clearance, Criminal Record Check, and FBI Fingerprint Record Check.

    Lancaster Christian (TN): Byron De’Vinner, a former player at UAB, has been hired to coach the defensive line.

  • Thursday September 11, 2014


    Escambia County (AL): Head coach Willie Spears tweeted Wednesday night that he has been dismissed.

    North Caddo (LA): Former Airline HS (LA) head coach, and current Pineville HS (LA) assistant, Chuck Dupree will be the next head coach at North Caddo HS.

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    Sheldon Clark (KY): After a closed door meeting with the Superintendent, head coach Shawn Hager has been given his job back. Hager had previously been dimissed over an undisclosed issue, per WYMT Mountain News.

  • Wednesday September 10, 2014


    Taylor County (KY): Dudley Hilton, the former head coach at the University of Pikeville (NAIA – KY), will take over the head coaching position at Taylor County HS.

    Taft (CA): Head coach Jarudd Prosser has been “given the option to resign” or be fired, according to the Bakersfield Californian. Prosser told the paper that he has no plans to resign.