Seidel steps down at Hickory Ridge

HARRISBURG – After only two seasons at the helm leading the program at Hickory Ridge High School, head football coach Jason Seidel has stepped down from that position to accept the same position at Blythewood High School in South Carolina.

Seidel took over prior to the 2016 season and led the Ragin’ Bulls to their best season ever, posting a 12-3 record before falling short to Weddington in the 3AA Western Regional Finals.  He followed up 2016’s success with an 11-3 mark in 2017, a year in which the Bulls’ moved up in class and had to compete in the always tough Southwestern 4A.


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