Highlands Coach Matt Winkler Announces Resignation

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    He is a great pick in my mind. I know of another person who interviewed who I thought would do a great job as well. Congrats to Coach. I look forward to watching what the future holds, particularly the next 3 seasons!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mexitucky View Post
    He is a great pick in my mind. I know of another person who interviewed who I thought would do a great job as well. Congrats to Coach. I look forward to watching what the future holds, particularly the next 3 seasons!
    The more interesting question will be, who will be on his staff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldbird View Post
    The more interesting question will be, who will be on his staff?
    I am interested in that as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by mexitucky View Post
    He is a great pick in my mind. I know of another person who interviewed who I thought would do a great job as well. Congrats to Coach. I look forward to watching what the future holds, particularly the next 3 seasons!
    The more interesting question will be, who will be on his staff?

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    Why is there a question of who will be on the staff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of all Trades View Post
    Why is there a question of who will be on the staff?
    Frink resigned so the JV job is open, but beyond that, a coach should have some ability to determine who their assistant coaches are (rather than simply inherit the previous staff).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldbird View Post
    Frink resigned so the JV job is open, but beyond that, a coach should have some ability to determine who their assistant coaches are (rather than simply inherit the previous staff).
    Gotcha! Any names floating around as to who might be interested in any of these jobs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of all Trades View Post
    Gotcha! Any names floating around as to who might be interested in any of these jobs?
    I hope Frink has a change of heart. He is a huge asset for the program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mexitucky View Post
    I hope Frink has a change of heart. He is a huge asset for the program.
    IMO... Mex, this is actually an understatement.

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    Highlands has filled out their coaching staff. Coach Niedert did a great job, IMO.
    Greg Bowman joins as a Varsity assistant. He has experience coaching at the college level. Alex Dean, former Bird and All American at TMC takes over the JV team. Stephens remains Frosh coach and Eric Fessler remains GK coach. That's a heck of a staff.

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