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franklin county times

Kemper Co. searches for coach

By By Tony Krausz / assistant sports editor
July 1, 2004
DEKALB Melvin Willis does not have an easy job.
The new principal at Kemper County High School, whose first official day at the school is today, has a big task in front of him searching for a new head football coach.
Wildcats head football coach Undray Scott resigned from the team recently, leaving an opening at the top spot for the squad.
The process to find a new coach for the Kemper County squad was slowed by a massive turnover in the school's administration.
Because of the administration turnover and the absence of a head coach, Willis said the team's schedule for the upcoming season has not been finalized.
Kemper County has received applications from interested coaches to take over the Wildcats program.
But Willis said the applicants for the job have been located too far away for the school to be able to relocate the new coach to Kemper County.
Willis said Kemper County will now turn its search to inside the school system.
Willis said coaches interested in the Kemper County job can contact him at 743-5292.

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