Atwood out in Kingston

The Kingston Redskins are looking for a new head football coach. Jeremy Atwood is out after leading the team to an 0-and-10 season.

It's the first coaching move in the area, which gives the Redskins a head start in their search for a new coach. According to a school source, the departure was mutual, with Atwood retaining a position with the district.

It is not known if Atwood will seek another coaching position, as he was unavailable for comment.

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  • by alumni of da view 1991 on Dec 21, 2008 at 05:02 AM
    hang in there atwood. We played ball all of our life together. Your an indian in eart. Hope to see you coaching there in the near future. The way it's looking the future may be before your eyes?
  • by Mark Location: Denison on Dec 20, 2008 at 12:02 PM
    After 30 years I look back at who I most respected at Hughes Junior High in Denison. It was Coach summers who taught us manners , respect, how to play a fair game, and who let even the not-so-good players like me have a chance to participate in games. A great man I'll never forget..... How many games did we win? I can't even wasn't many, but that didn't matter to us! Looking back I realize the he knew what was important, it's the kids, not the socre.
  • by Brian Location: Kingston on Dec 19, 2008 at 11:00 AM
    Coach Atwood was the best coach ever.I played for him this year at Kingston.As a fresh man I thought that out of five years of football he was the coolest coach ever-Brian Morales
  • by Donna Location: Kingston on Dec 18, 2008 at 09:58 PM
    What a great loss for the students and staff at Kingston Schools if Coach Atwood goes elsewhere. Who would blame him? Coach Atwood has had a positive influence on his students at Kingston, many of which credit him with keeping them on the right track and in school. Losing football games is no fun, but Coach Atwood has taught many important life lessons that will be carried with students throughout their lives. He has believed in kids when others gave up on them. His students have known he cares about and respects them as human beings. Coach Atwood's win/loss record on the field is apparently more important to some than the positive impact he has made on the lives that he has touched and the role model he has been for many students. I find that very sad.
  • by redskin Location: kingston on Dec 18, 2008 at 09:51 PM
    maybe its not the coaches fault.. perhpas he was working with kids that didn't have that much talent to begin with...
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