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Monday November 5, 2012

Monday November 5, 2012

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Green Central (NC): Head coach Kenneth Graham was released from his contract today.

Northern Nash (NC): We hear that head coach Mickey Crouch resigned. 

Pasadena (CA): Pasadena High School is seeking a dynamic and experienced individual to fill its head football coaching position without teaching. The Bulldogs compete in the Pacific League and the CIF SouthEast division. Required documents to fulfill an application include a letter of interest and resume, coaching philosophy, your vision to turn around the Pasadena HS football program, a sample letter to incoming freshmen football prospects, three letters of recommendation (written within the last two years by a direct supervisor), five references, a detailed description of the off-season program, a sample annual team calendar and a plan of expectations and responsibilites for the coaching staff. Minimum qualifications include a bachelor's degree and five years of coaching experience with two years of head-coaching experience preferred. Applications may be sent to athletic director Kevin Mills at mills.kevin@pusd.us.

Red Level (AL): We hear that Tony Ingram has resigned as the head football coach.

Tulare Western (CA): Head coach Stevan Chamalbide has let go.

Hampton Christian (VA): Athletic director Mike Moore has been dismissed.

Sanderson (NC): Head coach Tony Lewis has stepped down, but will remain the athletic director.

Chippewa (OH): Head coach Kevin Wolf has decided to step down after three seasons.

Richmond Heights (OH): William Cloud has stepped down as head coach.

Weber (UT): Rick Corbridge is no longer the head coach. Weber is now accepting applicants for their head coaching vacancy.

Park City (UT): Head coach Kai Smalley has resigned after three seasons with the HS.

Snow Canyon (UT): Jay Graft has stepped down as head coach.

North Schuylkill (PA): The Standard Speaker is reporting that head coach Rick Geist plans to resign at North Shuylkill HS.