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TM73

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  1. McMichael High School in Mayodan, NC is searching for assistant coaches, with the possibility of defensive coordinating duties for the right candidate. As of now, we may have a social studies position open. If interested please send resume/references to Head Coach Tony McCants, pmccants@rock.k12.nc.us
  2. McMichael is seeking resumes and references for varsity assistant coaches. All positions will be considered, including defensive coordinator. Currently, there is a Technical/Drafting teaching position available with the potential for other openings. Community and area coaches are encouraged to apply as well. Please send resumes and references to Head Coach Tony McCants tony.mccants73@gmail.com.
  3. McMichael (Mayodan, NC) located in Rockingham County, is looking to add assistant coaches to the staff. Positions are available on both sides of the ball. Currently, there are openings in Social Studies with others possibly available later. Potential to coach other sports as well. Send resumes to AD Thomas Horton thorton@rock.k12.nc.us
  4. TM73

    Saying Goodbye

    Thank you, Chris, for all your hard work and dedication!
  5. Geographically and enrollment wise I would like to see NC push pass the 5 classification threshold, maybe to a 6a. SC is a much smaller state (geographically, number of participating schools and overall enrollment numbers) and the 5a system works well there due to their size (no split conferences and only 1 champion per classification). While I understand geography is a huge issue in NC and a bear to be equitable to all, creating more than 5 classifications (technically there are 8 now for playoffs/championship purposes) would, in theory, help reduce the number of split conferences and create a fairer competitive balance within the state (you would no longer have a school playing in conference with teams with 700+ more students for example). More conferences could also allow for smaller conferences and thus more intriguing out of conference matchups because teams will be willing to and have to take more risks with scheduling or maintain geographically rivalries. So my main question is why stop at 5?
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