Thursday July 23, 2020
Oklahoma: OSSAA executive director David Jackson said the state intends to begin high school sports on time.
First Baptist (SC): Former Gamecock quarterbacks coach Bailey Hart has joined the staff as quarterbacks coach.
Philip Simmons (SC): Philip Simmons High School in Charleston, SC is looking for a varsity football coach. The position can also have strength and speed duties as well as coaching of another sport. For the football position, varsity coaching experience or higher is a plus but not required. A CDL is preferred and your willingness to get one (training will be paid for) is a strong plus. All coaching positions will be considered for the varsity program as we are willing to shuffle the staff for the right candidate. However, preference is on the offensive line position. At this time we have openings for an ISS Assistant, SPED Assistants, and some openings at our feeder schools for Academic Interventionists and multiple assistant positions. You should look on our website at https://www.bcsdschools.net/Page/24315 to see all openings in our feeder system and for any and all inquiries about compensation. Please send a cover letter and resume to Head Coach Eric Bendig at email@example.com.
Alabama: The state association has announced that fall sports are due to start on time.
Barron Collier (Naples, FL): Barron Collier HS is looking for an experienced wide receiver coach, possible pass game coordinator . There is a current teaching vacancy for a candidate with a Business Education certificate. If interested, please send resume and references to Head Coach, Mark Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liberty (CA): Defensive coordinator Matt Hoefs has been promoted to head coach.
Northridge (CO): Northridge HS is looking for a Varsity wide receivers coach / JV offensive coordinator. Possible Stipend position based on experience. Looking for highly motivated coach for year round position. Contact Coach Hayden at email@example.com.
South Dakota: The SDHSAA has unanimously passed a proposal to start fall sports on time in the state.