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Salado hires Brent Graham
Wednesday, 27th March 2013 - 4:01PM
Salado hired Sherman defensive coordinator Brent Graham to become the new AD/Head Football Coach at Salado High School.

Graham, a graduate of Mesquite Poteet High School and Tarleton State University, has been the defensive coordinator at Sherman the last four years.

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Eric Droddy Takes Over in Queen City
Monday, 25th March 2013 - 9:40PM
Buddy Ray has resigned as AD/Football Coach at Queen City to take the job as defensive coordinator at New Boston High School.

Meanwhile, Eric Droddy has been promoted to AD/Head Football Coach to replace Ray at Queen City.

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Jerry Richards resigns in Grapeland...
Monday, 25th March 2013 - 9:40PM
Jerry Richards has resigned as AD/Head Football Coach at Grapeland HS, 9-22 in 3-years, playoff team in 2011.
Smoaky.com's "Bracket Madness" with ESPN.com
Monday, 25th March 2013 - 9:40PM
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Prairiland's Schuelke Resigns
Wednesday, 13th March 2013 - 10:25AM
Glen Schuelke will resign on Friday as AD/Head Football Coach at Prairiland High School.

Schuelke told David Smoak, "I wanted to remain here until I got to at least 100 wins with this program, but it's not going to happen, it's just time to move on and I hope to coach somewhere else next season."

Schuelke compiled an 85-62 record in his fourteen seasons with the Patriots, including seven playoff appearances, and a stretch of 75-31 from 2000-2009, "I'm proud of that run we had and I'm extremely proud of the facilities that are unmatched for any 2-A program in the state."
 
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