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Changing Faces

Published June 20, 2006

Since January, seven coaching jobs have opened at the school. Here's what has happened:

FOOTBALL: Anthony Paradiso takes head coach position in March, the first major hire of principal Patrick Simon.

ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR: In May, Tony Stukes is tapped to replace Earl Bramlett. Officially, he starts Aug. 1.

BOYS TENNIS: Vicki Browning steps down as coach, also in May. No replacement has been named.

GIRLS SOCCER: After the season, Rob McDougal resigns. He is replaced in late May by assistant coach Bill Reyes.

BASKETBALL: At first, Stukes pledges to remain as basketball coach following his promotion to activities director. A week later, he resigns. Interviews are expected to begin this week, Stukes said.

BASEBALL: Volunteer coach Rob Cummins is replaced by Tim Harradine, who will also teach English at the school.

BOYS WEIGHTLIFTING: The job is officially posted June 15, but dean of students Charles Brooks said he intends to return.

[Last modified June 19, 2006, 22:19:31]

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