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Tuesday December 29, 2015

Tuesday December 29, 2015


Russell County (AL): We hear the head coaching job is open.

Sheldon (CA): Former Pleasant Grove HS (CA) head coach Joe Cattolico has been hired to lead the program.

Silver (NM): Raul Diaz has been named head coach. Diaz had been serving as the interim head coach.

Indian Springs (CA): David DeWoody has resigned from the head coaching position after going 5-26.

East River (FL): West Orange HS (FL) offensive coordinator Collin Drafts will be the new head coach.

Strawberry Crest (Tampa, FL): Strawberry Crest HS has an opening for an assistant coach(es). It is a stipend, non-coordinator position(s) only – therefore only local candidates are encouraged to apply. Varsity coaching experience is preferred but not mandatory. Must be willing to participate in workouts January-April, spring football in May, and summer workouts in June-July. Please send emails with coaching resume to head coach

Woodward Academy (GA): Woodward Academy located in College Park, Georgia just outside of Atlanta is looking for a varsity football game for on the date of August 19th or 20th Preferred. Will take September 2nd as a second option. We will travel in 2016, Home 2017. Please Contact head coach John Hunt at or 803-622-9744 for more information.

Central York (PA): Head coach Brad Livingston has been let go at Central York HS.

Luke Fickell explains Ohio State's success at the linebacker position: "We want guys who could be truly recruited at tailback"

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St. Charles (OH): St. Charles HS has hired Bob Jacoby, who led DeSales HS (OH) to two state titles and four runner-up finishes over a 19-year run from 1988-2006, as their new head coach.