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    Program Director and Sports Talk Show Host at ESPN Radio-Central Texas. This includes AM1660, AM1330, 100.9FM and 1660espn.com and krzi.streamon.fm. I own Smoaky.com, the high school website that was launched in July, 2002.

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  1. Coach Bird sent me this statement on his decision to leave Coldspring ISD as their AD/Head Football Coach. I spoke at length with him by phone and I wish him the best of luck. There is nothing behind the scene other than truly wanting to be home more... David Smoak ===== I will be resigning my position as Athletic Director at Coldspring-Oakhurst CISD effective June 15th, 2019. I have taken an assistant coaching job at Lovelady High School under new athletic director and Head football coach Will Kirchoff. After meeting with Coach Kirchoff and the Administration there, I am super excited to become a part of the district and athletic department at Lovelady. I want to thank Coldspring-Oakhurst Superintendent Dr. Leland Moore for the opportunity and for his continued friendship and support in this decision. He is an amazing boss to work for. His support as a Superintendent in the realm of athletics is never ending. I would also like to thank COCISD board of trustees for giving me the opportunity and for placing their faith and trust in me for the past year to promote me to run the program. To some on the outside looking in, this decision will seem very atypical. In departing Coldspring, I want to make a few things clear to all. First, Coldspring has been nothing but great to me and my family, extending my contract for two more years last month. This decision is not due to them forcing me out, or because I was unhappy with the district. The district has welcomed me with open arms from the word go. It is truly a great place to work. Secondly, my reasons for leaving are entirely based on what is best for my family at this time. My first priority is and always will be to my wife and my two small children. At this important time raising our boys, my wife and my kids do not see me enough with the duties I have as an athletic director. That is not something that I can live with. It is something that I can rectify and something that is very important to me. Lovelady is the town that I lived in growing up, the town in which my wife and I, along with our two young boys reside, and the town that our families call home. I look forward to joining them daily as a Lovelady Lion. Sincerely, Jim P. Bird Jim P. Bird Athletic Director/Head Football Coach Coldspring-Oakhurst CISD
  2. From: Ritchie Pinckard <[email protected]> Subject: Jr high track meet We are having a JR high Track meet on March 4th. It will be for both girls and boys 7th and 8th divisions. We still have plenty of openings for this meet, can I get you to post this date and my contact info on the Smoaky.com?? Ritchie Pinckard Mt. Pleasant ISD (936) 254-4044
  3. From: Ritchie Pinckard <[email protected]> Subject: Jr high track meet We are having a JR high Track meet on March 4th. It will be for both girls and boys 7th and 8th divisions. We still have plenty of openings for this meet, can I get you to post this date and my contact info on the Smoaky.com?? Ritchie Pinckard Mt. Pleasant ISD (936) 254-4044
  4. Coach Hale informed his players on Monday he will be up for confirmation for the job at Hillsboro. Hale was once an assistant coach at Hillsboro.
  5. 2019 ETCA HALL OF HONOR RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED Texarkana, TX – Officials from the East Texas Coaches Association (ETCA) announced today the five exceptional individuals, representing the sport of football, who will be honored during the 2019 ETCA Hall of Honor banquet. Hall of Honor inductees include: Coach Scott Surratt Head Football Coach & Athletic Director, Carthage High School Coach Jeff Traylor Assistant Head Football Coach at the University of Arkansas; Former Head Football Coach & Athletic Director, Gilmer High School, Assistant Coach at the University of Texas and Southern Methodist University Coach John King Head Football Coach & Athletic Director, Longview High School Other honorees include: Cecil Roach – Distinguished Service Award (Posthumous) Massey & Brown Sporting Goods, Roach Athletic Supply, Tyler, Texas Larry Clemens – Officials Hall of Honor Inductee High School Official, Tyler Chapter John King – 6A Division II State Champions Head Football Coach & Athletic Director, Longview High School The East Texas Coaches Association supports coaches, parents, and student athletes through the promotion of football in East Texas; professional development for coaches; provision of scholarships and financial aid to coaches in times of personal tragedy. The ETCA Hall of Honor Banquet will be held on Saturday, February 23, 2019, at Texarkana Country Club, 1 Country Club Lane, Texarkana, AR 71854.
  6. ***Breaking*** Marshall ISD promoted OC Jake Griedl to AD/HFB coach at Marshall where he was on staff w/Claude Mathis who left for DeSoto. Griedl was WR's coach at Lake Travis on their last state championship team (2016), was a Graduate Assistant at Southern Ark and played college football as a wide receiver at Concordia, Nebraska.
  7. Here's the link to our 2019 All-Smoaky.com Central Texas H.S. Football Team. 2018 All-Smoaky.com All-Central Texas H.S. Football Team We will release the East Texas Team later this week... David Smoak
  8. Marshall Coaching Search Update from Smoaky
  9. Trust me, there's legitimate interest from coaches who have won a state championship at 5A level. And, there's a former East Texas coach in that group. There's also a former East Texas who is down in Houston area, who has been in 5A/6A who would be another great fit in Marshall. The search won't take long at all, probably wrapped-up before end of January. Smoaky
  10. DeSoto ISD on Monday night voted to hire Marshall head football coach Clause Mathis as their new head coach. Mathis, who had a tremendous run at DeSoto, has been at Marshall High School. Marshall superintendent Jerry Gibson told David Smoak he would like to have someone in place to replace Mathis within, "12-15 days." And, based on my sources, there will be a large chunk of high-level names who were showing interest before the job was officially open. Smoaky
  11. Claude Mathis officially to DeSoto on Monday night. Marshall ISD will be in great hands with those who've already shown interest knowing the job was about to open.
  12. 1/8/19, 7:42 AM For the first time since 2004 Caddo Mills will have a new HFC; Steve Sumrow is out after 15 years where he posted a 94-70 record...first reported by ⁦‪@padillapoll⁩ #TXHSFB
  13. Week 16: East Texas: Offense: Jackson Cobb, WR, Pleasant Grove, 3-catches for 110-yards, 2-TD’s, plus two great chop blocks on edge that sprung TD’s, W/Iowa Park 49-14. Defense: Jephaniah Lister, LB, Longview, 26-Tackles (19-Solo), 1-TFL, W/Amarillo Tascosa 45-42. Bladen Reaves, ILB, Pleasant Grove, 10-Tackles, 2-TFL, W/Iowa Park 49-14. Special Teams: Dylan Hopkins, Pleasant Grove, returned blocked punt for TD (14), W/Iowa Park 49-14. Central Texas: Offense: Dane Jentsch, QB, Grandview, 25-carries for 180-yards, 2-TD's, 5-8 passing for 75-yards, 1-TD, W/Yoakum 28-14. Defense: Elijah Green, DE, Mart, 19-Tackles, 4-TFL, 2-Sacks, 1-CF, 1-PBU, W/Falls City 40-13. Special Teams: (No Nominations)
  14. Please vote for this week's "Player of the Week" nominations. You can only vote once each week, but you're allowed to vote for multiple players in each category. If the category says (6) or (2) or (8), you can vote up to that many players during your vote. Voting deadline this week is Wednesday, 2:00pm.  Thank you.
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