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  Running Log Of Idaho HS Football Coaching Changes

Check back throughout the spring and summer to monitor updates from around the state.

By: Special Feature
Published: 4/19/2018 12:38:44 PM
 
Including first year program Thunder Ridge in Idaho Falls, 26 schools have posted jobs or hired for head football coaching positions for the 2018 season (as of June 27). 

We expect a few more changes as the summer goes on, which we will continue to update moving forward with any new information.

Below you will see all of the changes that have been announced so far.






New Weiser Coach Tom Harrison
Photo By: Steve Conner



American Falls
Previous: Jim Giulio
New: Cory Hollingsworth

Sven's Notes: After just one season on the sideline for the Beavers, Giulio departs with a 2-6 record. Giulio also coached the American Falls wrestling program for 22 years and is stepping down from that position as well. Hollingsworth was previously the athletic director at West Jefferson and head football coach at Aberdeen, where he coached from 2001-2012. After turning around the fortunes of the school 15 minutes to the north, he now hopes to achieve the same task for the Beavers.

Cascade
Previous: Adam Mapp
New: Robert Haworth

Sven's Notes: The Cascade School District has posted its head varsity football coaching position, meaning the Ramblers will have a new man on the sidelines following four seasons under Mapp. Times have been tough on the field lately for Cascade, with the Ramblers going 5-24 during Mapp's four years.

Columbia
Previous: Rich Davis
New: Jon Hellmandollar

Sven's Notes: Former Boise State University running back Jon Hellmandollar takes over on the sidelines for the Wildcats as the school drops down to the 4A classification this season. He has made a previous coaching stop in Idaho at Wendell, taking the Trojans to the playoffs in two of his three years. In three seasons at Columbia, Davis went 6-21, improving the win total each year.

Council
Previous: Dan Shumway
New: Randy Nichols

Sven's Notes: Following 18 seasons and a state championship in 2006, Dan Shumway will give way to a new coach for the upcoming campaign. The Lumberjacks experienced many great heights under Shumway, including the state title and former 'Jack Matt Paradis making it to the NFL and winning a Super Bowl. Nichols was announced the new football coach for the Lumberjacks in late April. He has previously been an assistant on the staff.

Deary
Previous: Darrah Eggers
New: Ryan Kirk

Sven's Notes: Eggers, also the principal and athletic director at Deary, returned for a season and led the Mustangs to an undefeated regular season and a trip to the semifinals. After that 10-1 campaign, Eggers will step aside and give way to a new head coach in Kirk.

Emmett
Previous: Zane Hines
New: Rich Hargitt

Sven's Notes: Emmett interim head coach Zane Hines filled in admirably after the departure of Mike Schroeder in 2017, leading the Huskies to a 6-4 record and a state playoff appearance. Taking over for a team which was within a touchdown in each of its losses a season ago is run-pass-option guru Rich Hargitt, who comes to Emmett from Eastside High School in Taylors, S.C.

Grace
Previous: Brandon Sanchez
New: Mark Dodge

Sven's Notes: Sanchez stepped aside in June after a successful season in 2017 which saw the Grizzlies go 6-3, just missing a playoff spot. Sanchez went 16-11 in three seasons at Grace. Dodge is currently also the track coach, wrestling coach and a teacher at Grace. He was also previously the athletic director.

Hagerman
Previous: Mark Kress
New: Joe Keeney

Sven's Notes: Already holding the roles of principal and superintendent, Mark Kress has taken one thing off of his plate as he steps down as the head football coach at Hagerman. Kress won a state title in 2013, going 36-24 overall in six seasons. Keeney, 72, was previously the head boys basketball coach for the Pirates, meaning there will be plenty of familiarity with him amongst the team.

Hillcrest
Previous: Jeff Marshall
New: Kevin Meyer

Sven's Notes: With the opening of the new Thunder Ridge High School in District 93, Jeff Marshall heads from Hillcrest to Thunder Ridge. In five seasons for the Knights, Marshall went 20-25 overall. The school has not made the playoffs since 2011. New head man Kevin Meyer enters from Beatrice High School in Nebraska. He has 35 years of coaching experience, highlighted by 24 as a head coach. 

Lake City
Previous: Bryce Erickson
New: Brian Fulp (Interim)

Sven's Notes: Erickson resigned after two seasons. The Timberwolves went 5-12 with him on the sideline. Fulp was named the interim head coach. He is a graduate of Priest River and the University of Idaho. He was previously the head JV football coach at Lake City.

Mackay
Previous: Matt Tillotson
New: Travis Drussel

Sven's Notes: Matt Tillotson was instrumental in helping lead Mackay football back from a JV schedule to a state playoff appearance last year. The head varsity football coaching position is posted for Mackay however, meaning they will be looking for a new man to lead the way this time around. In his two seasons, Tillotson went 4-2 against a JV schedule and 2-5 at the varsity level.

Malad
Previous: Rick Driessen
New: Kory Kay

Sven's Notes: Rick Driessen and the Dragons were not able to win a game in his two seasons on the sideline for the Dragons, as the squad went 0-16. Enter Kory Kay, most recently an assistant at Filer, who has also previously been an assistant at West Jefferson.

Marsing
Previous: Kenny Mace
New: Kurt Carey

Sven's Notes: Carey takes over for Mace, who had a 1-7 record in one season as the head coach for the Huskies. Carey has previously been an assistant at Marsing and Bonners Ferry.

Meridian
Previous: Porter Lacey
New: Mike Virden

Sven's Notes: Following the resignation of Porter Lacey after four years and a 19-30 mark last fall, Meridian will welcome in a very familiar face in former head coach Mike Virden. A former Boise State quarterback, Virden led the Warriors to a 28-15 record in his first stint. 

Minico
Previous: Tim Perrigot
New: Keelan McCaffrey

Sven's Notes: Perrigot leaves the sidelines for the administration building at Wendell, where he takes over as superintendent. It will be near impossible to recreate what the outgoing coach has done in 21 seasons, including a state runner-up finish last year and 14 playoff appearances in the last 15 years. Former Spartan Keelan McCaffery will be the new guy in charge for Minico. McCaffery was a linebacker from 2011-2014 at Idaho State. 

Notus
Previous: Sam Crockett
New: Joe Woodland

Sven's Notes: In four seasons at Notus, Sam Crockett led the Pirates to a 22-17 record and three trips to the state playoffs. Joe Woodland brings a familiar last name to the football program, having played under current athletic director Tim Dranginis. His wife, Trista, is also the current volleyball coach for the Pirates.

Orofino
Previous: Galen Kuykendall
New: Garret Bretz

Sven's Notes: After 18 years under Kuykendall, the Orofino football program will be guided by Bretz, also the girls basketball coach for the school.

Potlatch
Previous: Cliff Dudley
New: Ryan Ball

Sven's Notes: In two seasons on the sideline for Potlatch, Dudley went 1-16, including having to forfeit each of the last two games to end 2017. The Loggers have battled some numbers issues, so hopefully the next coach has some depth at their disposal to get the program headed in the right direction.

Preston
Previous: Nick Hyde
New: Eric Thorson

Sven's Notes: Hyde resigned from the position of head football coach at Preston after a 9-44 record in six seasons. The Indians have not made a playoff appearance since 2011, with the school entering a new-look ten team conference for the upcoming academic year. Thorson was most recently the head coach the past four years at Richfield (UT) High School.

Priest River
Previous: Brad Martin Jr.
New: Justin Torfin

Sven's Notes: Martin Jr. coached the Spartans for one season and led them to a 4-5 record and a trip to the 3A State Playoffs. Torfin enters his first head coaching job following a stint as the running backs coach for the College of Idaho. He played high school football at Preston and went on to play at Snow College.

Raft River
Previous: Brian Poole
New: Chad Evans

Sven's Notes: One of the better guys in Idaho high school football, Poole will be heading to Mesquite, Nev. to coach at Virgin Valley High School. His departure leaves a void for the Trojans both on the hardwood and on the gridiron, meaning Randy Spaeth will be working some extra hours to fill coaching positions for the upcoming year. Evans is a Raft River alumnus and was an assistant on the staff last season.

Rockland
Previous: Andrew Nelson
New: Gerry Hunter

Sven's Notes: In two seasons for the Bulldogs Nelson went 8-9 overall with a trip to the playoffs in 2016. 

Sandpoint
Previous: George Yarno Jr.
New: Ryan Knowles

Sven's Notes: In two seasons, Yarno Jr. took the Bulldogs to the playoffs each year, with a 7-13 record overall. He resigned citing personal reasons. Sandpoint has made four consecutive trips to the state playoffs. Knowles, a 1997 Sandpoint graduate, played football collegiately at Idaho and has worked as defensive line coach and special teams coordinator at Colgate University for the past 12 years.

Sho-Ban
Previous: Andrew Baldwin
New: Tony Plott

Soda Springs
Previous: Cliff Garbett
New: Colter Evans

Sven's Notes: The Cardinals won one game in each of the three seasons Garbett was on the sideline, resulting in a 3-23 record overall. Whoever the new head coach ends up being will look to lead Soda Springs to its first winning season since 2013. Evans played football for Southern Virginia University as a linebacker.

Thunder Ridge
Previous: First Year School
New: Jeff Marshall

Sven's Notes: After going 20-25 in five seasons at Hillcrest, Marshall will look to kick-start some early success for the brand new program at Thunder Ridge. The Titans will participate in 5A District 5-6 with Madison, Rigby and Highland.

Timberline-Weippe
Previous: Justin Nelsen
New: Pat Christopherson

Watersprings
Previous: Aaron Booth
New: Chris Strahm

Sven's Notes: Booth coached the Clark-Watersprings co-op to a 7-3 mark in his one season, highlighted by a trip to the playoffs. 

Weiser
Previous: John Srholec Jr.
New: Tom Harrison

Sven's Notes: There is no question that Weiser hit a home run with this hire. It's hard to argue against a coach who has one ring for each of his fingers from previous stops on the Idaho football coaching trail. Harrison has ten state titles from his time at Pocatello (1), Snake River (8) and Raft River (1). The streak of 54 consecutive wins amassed during his time at Snake River is the longest streak in Idaho history. Harrison replaces another long-time head coach in Srholec Jr., who went 106-83 with 17 playoff appearances in 19 years. 




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