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High School Scoop - Tuesday May 8, 2018

Tuesday May 8, 2018


Coosa (Rome, GA): Coosa HS is looking for a JV Football coach with some Varsity responsibilities. Teaching positions available are Science and Social Studies. No PE positions currently available. Please send resumes to

Turner County (GA): Turner County HS, located in South Georgia is looking to fill 2 assistant coaching positions. The positions are a quarterbacks or wide receivers coach and best fit for either side of the ball. Candidates must have, or be able to achieve a Georgia Teaching Certification. All certifications will be considered with the exception of PE. For more information please contact Coach Hood at

Fennville (MI): Fennville is looking to hire a Varsity and JV assistant coach. Valid teaching certificate preferred. Interested candidates can contact with resume, letter of interest and up to three letters of recommendation.

Pope John (Everett, MA): Paul Sobolewski has returned as head coach and athletic director.

Oasis (Cape Coral, FL): Former North HS (FL) assistant Mack Mitchell has been hired as head coach, per source.

Salesian (Los Angeles, CA): Salesian HS is looking to host a scrimmage August 10th for varsity football. If interested please email head coach Ariel Bellofiore, if interested.

Hazel Green (AL): Hazel Green HS is looking for a defensive line coach and an offensive skill coach. Teaching openings are SPED, English, Math and Agriscience. Email resumes to

Archbishop Williams (MA): Bill Kinsherf has stepped down from the head coaching job after 22 seasons.

Dougherty (Albany, GA): Dougherty HS is looking for assistant coaches, possible coordinator duties on the offensive side of the ball. All certifications will be considered. All interested candidates should email Coach Damien Gary at

Valley View (Moreno Valley, CA): Valley View is looking for a Football Coach, a teaching position in Science is available. Please contact Daniel Barlage at

Jireh Prep (Post-Grad - NC): Jireh Prep is looking to fill assistant coaching jobs working with LBs / DBs. Our stipends are on pace with small colleges and housing/meals for DBs coach.We have been fortunate to have a lot of college coaches between jobs. Please send resumes to Head Coach at

Alonso (FL): Alonso HS is currently accepting resumes to fill two offensive coaching vacancies. As you may know, Alonso High School is an 8A program located in western Hillsborough County, FL. The ideal candidate will be high energy, experience teaching zone concepts from the spread, and understand how to reach today’s kids. Certified teachers are strongly encouraged to apply. Please send resumes to Ron Perisee at

El Dorado (Placerville, CA): El Dorado HS is looking for assistant coaches to fill out our coaching staff for the 2018 season. The Cougars are coming off back to back Sierra Valley Conference championships and are looking to extend that streak in 2018. We are looking for men of character who are willing to make a positive impact on our student-athletes’ lives. We are trying to fill positions on both sides of the ball and are willing to make adjustments for the right candidates. We currently have both stipend and volunteer positions at all levels. Teaching positions are a possibility, as is steady work as a substitute teacher. If you are interested, please email your letter of interest, resume, and letters of recommendation to head coach Bruce Pielstick at

Waynesville (MO): Waynesville HS is seeking 2 coaching positions for the 2018 season. Experience with DBs, LBs, RBs, and Special Teams are the primary areas of need. Candidate MUST have a teaching certification. PE/Health is available, but all teaching fields will be considered. Waynesville competes in Class 5, the second largest classification in Missouri, with approx 1,700 students, top caliber training facilities, successful athletic programs, supportive district and athletic administration, and hard-working kids. To be considered, candidates MUST apply via this link. Also, send your resume to Head Football Coach Joe Haynes via email at No calls please.