Open Job: St. Patrick

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    Open Job: St. Patrick

    John Kirkpatrick resigns after one season per St. Patrick's twitter this morning.
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    Coach Kirkpatrick headed to Ohio County. Best of luck to him.

    Any potential candidates for this one?

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    St. Pat certainly has had a lot of turnover at the HC position recently.

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    New principal at St Pat as well now.

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    Taylor back to St.Pat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTS_JF View Post
    New principal at St Pat as well now.
    Wonder if the new principal can coach? Just wondering'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuttlesworth View Post
    Taylor back to St.Pat?
    He's back in Texas I believe.

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    Bring back Lex Turner! He's available and more than likely willing.

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    Be a good gig for Aaron Rigdon. Would also be good for their program to have Rigdon's son on the team as a middle schooler he has the propensity to the best in a long while there. Adds a body to the school and talent. Could also attract other talented athletes to come play along side him. Strategically it's the best move for the athletics department.

    Taylor is back in Texas. Working camps alongside a highly successful local high school coach. He's well connected there.

    Another candidate could be that St Pat alumni that's on Mason countys staff. I can't think of his name. Been coaching MaCo freshman. He'll never get the head gig there so not sure why he wouldn't venture into a head role and then move on with the strides he's made on the hill.

    Lamont Taylor would be a strategic hire if he'd apply. Can't leave out Tony Moore either. He's certainly put in the work there over the years and they've passed him over.

    Derrick Robinson Bourbon Graduate and WKU alumni would be a solid person to go after. He would be a strategic hire and would most certainly put in some roots and attract players/new Students.

    This is a unique role. They have some talent. They are not deep but they have s middle school group the has tremendous upside comparable to some of the best teams that St Pat has ever had. They are in a position to put a premium candidate at the helm that could make wonderful strides if their AD and admin will get ambitious.

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    For the record I read and extremely unprofessional article published by the local paper in maysville putting his DUI business out there. Regardless of public record This had absolutely nothing to do with his resignation. However, it should've, but no need to shoot the guy in the back on his way out. Lost all respect for the Ledger and whoever was a part of the editing and publishing aspect of that statement listed in his resignation article. Show some class Maysville.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluechipper14 View Post
    For the record I read and extremely unprofessional article published by the local paper in maysville putting his DUI business out there. Regardless of public record This had absolutely nothing to do with his resignation. However, it should've, but no need to shoot the guy in the back on his way out. Lost all respect for the Ledger and whoever was a part of the editing and publishing aspect of that statement listed in his resignation article. Show some class Maysville.
    I know Coach K and thought well of him. But I'm of the opinion that paragraph is the reason the rest of the article happened. Completely relevant. I wish him the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluechipper14 View Post
    Be a good gig for Aaron Rigdon. Would also be good for their program to have Rigdon's son on the team as a middle schooler he has the propensity to the best in a long while there. Adds a body to the school and talent. Could also attract other talented athletes to come play along side him. Strategically it's the best move for the athletics department.

    Taylor is back in Texas. Working camps alongside a highly successful local high school coach. He's well connected there.

    Another candidate could be that St Pat alumni that's on Mason countys staff. I can't think of his name. Been coaching MaCo freshman. He'll never get the head gig there so not sure why he wouldn't venture into a head role and then move on with the strides he's made on the hill.

    Lamont Taylor would be a strategic hire if he'd apply. Can't leave out Tony Moore either. He's certainly put in the work there over the years and they've passed him over.

    Derrick Robinson Bourbon Graduate and WKU alumni would be a solid person to go after. He would be a strategic hire and would most certainly put in some roots and attract players/new Students.

    This is a unique role. They have some talent. They are not deep but they have s middle school group the has tremendous upside comparable to some of the best teams that St Pat has ever had. They are in a position to put a premium candidate at the helm that could make wonderful strides if their AD and admin will get ambitious.
    FYI...Andy Clarke is the Freshman Coach at Mason County. Led the Freshmen to the FR regional title last year without Kumler playing on the FR team.

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    My sources tell me Andy Clarke is not interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluechipper14 View Post
    Be a good gig for Aaron Rigdon. Would also be good for their program to have Rigdon's son on the team as a middle schooler he has the propensity to the best in a long while there. Adds a body to the school and talent. Could also attract other talented athletes to come play along side him. Strategically it's the best move for the athletics department.

    Taylor is back in Texas. Working camps alongside a highly successful local high school coach. He's well connected there.

    Another candidate could be that St Pat alumni that's on Mason countys staff. I can't think of his name. Been coaching MaCo freshman. He'll never get the head gig there so not sure why he wouldn't venture into a head role and then move on with the strides he's made on the hill.

    Lamont Taylor would be a strategic hire if he'd apply. Can't leave out Tony Moore either. He's certainly put in the work there over the years and they've passed him over.

    Derrick Robinson Bourbon Graduate and WKU alumni would be a solid person to go after. He would be a strategic hire and would most certainly put in some roots and attract players/new Students.

    This is a unique role. They have some talent. They are not deep but they have s middle school group the has tremendous upside comparable to some of the best teams that St Pat has ever had. They are in a position to put a premium candidate at the helm that could make wonderful strides if their AD and admin will get ambitious.
    So, Rigdon currently is an assistant but his son goes to school elsewhere and you are saying IF he was named head coach his son would come to St. Pat, but if not, then no?

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    Exactly what I meant by strides.

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