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Chadwick Leaving Spring Hill for East Texas Charter
Friday, 19th April 2013 - 7:57PM
Bobby Chadwick is leaving as the AD/Football Coach at Spring Hill to become the athletic director at East Texas Charter School in Longview, "I could not pass up the chance to be on the same campus with my father (Dan), and we've been talking about this awhile and now is the right time."

Chadwick was 3-7 in his one season at Spring Hill after a 20-21 record in four years at Ore City High School.

Chadwick told his staff on Tuesday and informed his athletes on Wednesday morning.
Dawson Hires Larry Prince
Friday, 19th April 2013 - 7:57PM
Larry Prince, who has been the AD/Head Football Coach at Bandera High School the last six years, is the new AD/Football Coach at Dawson High School.

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Cayuga AD/FB Coach Greg Jenkins headed to Tenaha as Athletic Administrator
Friday, 19th April 2013 - 7:57PM
After spending the last five years on the opposite sideline as one of Tenaha’s most intense rivals, Cayuga Athletic Director Head Football and Head Basketball coach Greg Jenkins has decided to join the maroon, white, and Tiger stripes. In last night’s regular April board meeting in the Tenaha ISD Tiger Den, Jenkins and his wife Carrie accepted positions within the TISD family. Jenkins will join the Tiger football staff which enters the spring and summer off-season period thought to be 2013’s pre-season number one ranked team in Class A Division II having 10 starters return on both sides of ball. It was the opportunity to have multiple chances at championship runs that appealed to Jenkins. When asked about the move from Wildcats to Tigers, Jenkins added “I have had a front row seat to see the Tenaha Tradition, and no one respects the way Tenaha kids play, the way they refuse to lose better than me. It was something that I thought I wanted to be a part of at this point in my career, and I’m excited to be a part of it.”

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Alto's Gardner Retires
Friday, 19th April 2013 - 7:56PM
Per Michael Garland of Smoaky.com

Alto athletic director and head football coach Keith Gardner will retire after 28-years in coaching, the last eight with Alto. Gardner was 80-26 at Alto, including back-to-back state championships in 2006 and 2007.
Rogers DC Jason Ferguson to Shelbyville...
Friday, 12th April 2013 - 3:48PM
Shelbyville I.S.D. approved the recommendation of Jason Ferguson as their new AD/Head Football Coach on Tuesday. Ferguson was the defensive coordinator at Rogers in 2012, and previously a head coach at Memphis and De Leon.
 
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