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High School Scoop - Wednesday November 9, 2016

Wednesday November 9, 2016


Waupun (WI): Head coach Nate Brieske has stepped down, per source.

Lomira (WI): Per source, Dwaine Dailey has resigned from the head coaching job.

Portage (WI): Sean Stout has resigned from the head coaching post, per source.

Sioux City West (IA): Trever Case will not return as head coach.

Jackson Christian (TN): Darby Palmer has been announced as head coach.

Campbell (GA): Ryan Brady has resigned as head coach.

Lake Central (IN): Brett St. Germain has stepped down as head coach.

Albia (IA): Head coach Jerry Staton has announced his retirement. He is the winningest coach in program history.

Plant City (FL): Plant City HS has positions on all levels available specifically quarterback/ running back/ defensive line and defensive back with potential for possible coordinator job for the right candidate. We currently have teaching positions in English, Reading,Science, Math, and ESE. There is a possibility for
other openings and out of area hiring for the right candidate. Interested candidates need to have a Florida Teaching license or be able to obtain a license. All interested candidates should email their resume and any questions to head coach Robert Paxia at

Jackson Northwest (MI): Head coach Corey Slater has resigned after going 8-37 in five seasons.

Shaw (GA): Per source, the head coaching job is open.

Jordan Christian Prep (FL): Per source, the head coaching job is open and the school is accepting applicants.

Morgan Park (IL): Terry Atkins is no longer leading the program after 3 seasons at the helm.

Montrose (CO): Jim Scarry has resigned from the head coaching post, and offensive coordinator Brett Mertens has been promoted to head coach.

Oak Ridge (FL): Head coach Kenard Lang has stepped down, citing ongoing back problems.

Benson Tech (Portland, OR): Benson Tech HS is looking to hire a new defensive coordinator. High school varsity defensive coordinator experience or college level playing experience preferred. Preferred knowledge of the 3-3-5, 4-2-5 or 3-4. Our record this season was 3-6 and this was our first season back at varsity in 2 years. We are in a Independent league and don't qualify for post season in 2017. This is a position that requires a coach who is willing to help young men grow and develop understanding that the future is bright. No teaching position available. Also, must meet OHSAA coaching requirements, first head, and have a Heads Up football certificate. The position will pay a $3,000 stipend. If interested, please contact head coach Devarieous Sly-Clay with a cover letter, coaches resume, and 2 letters of recommendation at

Saddleback (CA): Rob Thompson, who led the team for six seasons, has resigned.