Twin Valley High School’s football team is scheduled to open up the time on Sept. 2 at Montcalm (West Virginia) and the Panthers will have a new head mentor foremost the way.
Jeremy Ward has stepped down as the gridiron boss at Twin Valley following 4 seasons on the career.
“I’ve been working with a individual wellbeing difficulty and I desired to move away to aim on it and get healed up,” Ward said. “The timing is not best for anyone, but I assumed I would be all set to go and was not.”
Assistant coaches Marcus Stiltner and Matthew Baldwin are now primary the Panthers through apply. Athletic director Brian Moore explained that a new head coach should really be named in the following couple of days.
The Twin Valley local community was hit challenging by flooding very last month and the crew started exercise on Monday. Moore stated he has been advised the team’s roster initiatives to variety amongst 18 and 21 players when the year commences.
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A previous star at Grundy Higher University who performed collegiately at Virginia Military services Institute, the 40-calendar year-previous Ward went 17-20 in his four seasons primary the Panthers. He had earlier been the head coach at Grundy.
Twin Valley earned a share of the Black Diamond District championship very last year and dropped a 35-12 choice to Patrick Henry in the initial spherical of the VHSL Region 1D playoffs. Those achievements came courtesy of a staff comprised of 16 gamers.
“Being element of a district title there was an unbelievable experience,” Ward claimed. “Dealing with minimal numbers just about every yr and getting this sort of a little roster very last year, manufactured it even much more exclusive to see these younger adult men reach so substantially.”
Ward admitted the conclusion to move down was rough.
“Twin Valley is a specific spot,” Ward explained. “I would like this year’s group all the luck. I will be about to aid them as substantially as I can.”
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