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High School Scoop - Friday December 7, 2018

Friday December 7, 2018


South Eugene (OR): Head coach Kevin Leonard has resigned after five seasons.

Davis (WA): Rick Clark, the longest tenured coach in program history, has resigned after 13 seasons.

Robert E. Lee (Staunton, VA): Scott Girolmo has announced his resignation as head coach.

Lemoore (CA): After two seasons, Rene Asencio will not return to lead the program. We understand the head coaching position as been posted.

Lake Gibson (FL): Former Plant City HS (FL) head coach Robert Paxia has been named head coach.

North Central (IN): Travis Nolting has resigned after leading the team for 18 seasons.

Maynard (MA): Head coach Harold Ogilvie has stepped down after eight seasons.

Crestwood (PA): Ryan Arcangeli has been named head coach.

Philip Simmons (Charleston, SC): Philip Simmons HS is in search of an offensive coordinator for their varsity program for the 2019-2020 school year. Coordinating experience is a plus but not required. Experience in offensive line or quarterback play/coaching is recommended but not required. Philip Simmons High School will be in its third year of football and second year of Varsity competition in 2019. All teaching openings will be considered at this time. There may also be openings in our support staff positions. Please send an updated resume and any/all other coaching materials via email to Assistant Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Eric Bendig at Visit for more info on our program.

Enterprise (AL): Rick Darlington, the head coach at Apopka HS (FL) and all-time leader in playoff wins among Florida high school coaches, has left to become the head coach at Enterprise HS. Darlington was 167-47 at Apopka, and is 214-73 overall as head coach with three state titles and coach of the year honors in both Florida and Georgia.

Haines City (FL): Olin Gee will not return and Vernal-John Pratt has been hired to lead the program.

University School (Cleveland, OH): University School is looking for up to two varsity defensive position coaches. Please contact Ben Malbasa at For more information about University School, please visit

North Brunswick (NC): North Brunswick HS has an EC (Special Needs General Population) and English teacher opening for second semester starting in January. Coaching needs are on the defensive side of the ball or possibly on the option-based offensive side of the ball. Coaching duties in other sports (baseball and track) are possible if wanted. Leland is the fastest growing town in the fastest growing county in North Carolina, and we are minutes from the beaches of Wilmington and Myrtle Beach. Contact Head Football Coach, Bryan Davis, at with your resume to start the process of joining the Scorpions.

New Milford (CT): Chuck Lynch is no longer leading the program and we understand the position has been posted.

Brookfield (CT): Bryan Muller has been named the new head coach. Muller is 17 year assistant football coach at Brookfield and also the head baseball coach.