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Wednesday August 7, 2013

Wednesday August 7, 2013

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Whitehouse (TX): Brad Cook will take over offensive coordinator duties from his brother, Adam. Brian Dunn has also taken over as defensive coordinator after holding the same position for the past four years at Corsicana. 

Sardis (AL): Offensive coordinator Brock Rutledge has resigned to take the same position at Etowah. Dusty Darnell and Josh Wallace will split offensive coordinator duties this season. 

Riverbank (CA): Kirk Peterson's hiring as offensive coordinator has been approved by the school board. 

Jacksonville (NC): Former Warhill HS (VA) and Topsail HS (NC) head coach Bryan Davis has joined the staff at Jacksonville HS as an assistant coaching the running backs and quarterbacks.

Hillhouse (CT): Assistant coach Reggie Lytle has been promoted to interim head coach.

Sanford Seminole (FL): After Scott Earley's abrupt departure, 1991 Seminole graduate and 12-year assistant Kerry Wiggins has been promoted to head coach. 

Thousand Oaks (CA): Former Ventura St. Bonaventure head coach Todd Therrien has been hired as an assistant at Thousand Oaks according to the Los Angeles Times

Hamden (CT): Hillhouse HS (CT) head coachTom Dyner will be the next AD at Hamden HS.

Gulf Coast (FL): Gulf Coast High School, located in Naples Florida is in search of a varsity linebackers coach. Possible teaching positions in Social Studies. Please contact Head Coach Pete Fominaya at

DeLand (FL): Al Manning, who served as the interim head coach last season, has rejoined the staff as an assistant coach.

Hugo (OK): One week before the start of football practice, head coach Terry Shamley has resigned.

Patton (NC): Head coach Joe Glass recently announced the addition of offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Ron Turner. 

Choctawhatchee (FL): John Reaves has joined the staff and will coach the linebackers.

Parkwood (NC): Former Cuthbertson HS (NC) assistant Robert Cross has joined the staff at Parkwood HS as secondary coach.