Smoaky's News & Notes
G.A. Moore Retires
Thursday, 24th May 2012 - 10:35PM
G.A. Moore, the all-time leader in wins in Texas High School football history has announced he's retiring at Aubrey High School.
Moore, with 423-career victories and eight state championships, was inducted into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night in Waco, and late last week, he was a guest on our afternoon talk show on ESPN-Central Texas.
G.A. Moore Interview, Part I
G.A. Moore Interview, Part II
Mildred's Shimonek commits to Iowa
Sunday, 20th May 2012 - 12:13AM
Corsicana Mildred QB Nic Shimonek committed to the Iowa Hawkeyes on Thursday.
Shimonek, 6-3, 180, 4.98, was a unanimous District 6-2A Offensive MVP. He completed 194-290 passes for 2,940-yards and 37-TD's and ran for 8-TD's. And, he has a 3.82 GPA.
Tyler Lee's Gary Fleet Retires
Sunday, 20th May 2012 - 12:12AM
Gary Fleet has announced his retirement from coaching after 29-years working within Tyler I.S.D. Fleet has been the offensive line coach at either Tyler Lee (24-years) or John Tyler (5-years) for 29-years and has been considered among the most successful offensive line coaches in Texas High School Football history.
He was an all-state linebacker at John Tyler in 1979 and has coached numerous former all-state and eventual college football stars during his time in Tyler. Fleet played college football at Abilene Christian.
Fleet told David Smoak, "I just decided at this time of my life that I can't think about football all of the time and it's time for me to focus more on my other business endeavors. I can't coach without being intense, and I just can't maintain that intensity day-in and day-out like I once did." Fleet continued, "I have been so fortunate to coach with and for so many great people, too many to name, but we have a special bond."
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Stine leaving Redwater for Castleberry
Thursday, 17th May 2012 - 8:19PM
Jeff Stine has resigned as the AD/Football Coach at Redwater High School to become the head football coach at Castleberry High School in Fort Worth.
Stine, who was 24-18 in four-years at Redwater, told Smoaky.com, "This is so bitter sweet for me, and this morning was very difficult telling the team I'm moving on."
Redwater made the playoffs during Stine's last two seasons, including 8-4 in 2011, and an upset win against Daingerfield.
Marty Moore Returns To Hawkins
Sunday, 13th May 2012 - 11:51PM
Marty Moore just called me and he has officially signed a contract to become the AD/Head Football Coach at his Alma Mater, Hawkins High School.
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