Dogface wrote:Silverton is not alone
in the revolving door policy.
Perhaps if coaches signed a 5 yr. deal,
they could then
be forced to build,
allowed to build a tradition of success.
In all honesty, two of the coaches should have never been allowed near a whistle to begin with. A lot of the fault lies with the school board. A lot of the fault lies with the administration, and a lot of the fault lies with the parents. If all three groups would ever get on the same page, then there would a higher quality of coach hired to begin with, and angry, petty parents would not be allowed to run him off.
As it turns out, Silverton has all three on completely separate pages. Heck - they aren't even reading the same book. I heard the assistant coach they have this year is a keeper. Let's see if the powers that be can do that.