How Much Longer Will Dale Mueller Coach at Highlands?

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    How Much Longer Will Dale Mueller Coach at Highlands?

    Just read an article in Fort Thomas Matters blog that refers to Dale as "Co-Head Coach." Weinrich is the other Co-Head Coach. When did this happen? Is this old news that I missed? I have heard in the past that Weinrich is the heir apparent - is this the beginning of the transition?

    Sorry if I'm just dredging up old news, but this is new to me.

    Here's a link to the blog. I commented and got the answer from the author of the article. FORT THOMAS MATTERS: Highlands Dominates Cov Cath (with video highlights)
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    Boy, seems like Coach Weinrich has been referred to like that for a few years now.

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    I think Dale Mueller will be head coach at Highlands as long he finds the job interesting and stimulating. I think the Co-Head Coach designation for Weinrich pretty much means that when Mueller retires as head coach, Weinrich will take the job. Maybe it also means that Weinrich gets paid more in order to keep him. I have no facts to back up any of this, it is just my opinion.

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    Tiill he holdd the state wins record plus some.

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    3 years at the most

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    As long as he wants to.

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    Love them both and want both to stay as long as they want.

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    Weinrich has been listed as Asst.Head Coach for at least 5 yrs now. I hope they both stay forever, but Weinrich will get the job when Coach Mueller retires.

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    Couple of thoughts.

    1. If Dale was to no longer coach, would he still stay on as AD at Highlands?

    2. Kinda goes with #1, but would Dale feel it best when he does decided to hang it up, to get away completely from the program, in an effort to not be a henderance to the new coach?

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    Okay, so it's old news that I was unaware of. Thanks.

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    Until he grows old. AIN'T GONNA HAPPEN.

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    I have two boys at home that are hoping not for about 7 years.

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    How old is Coach Mueller? How long until he can retire from the school system? Could you see him retiring and moving to a college position, a la Dudley Hilton from Bell County (now at Pikeville College)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lottoman View Post
    I think Dale Mueller will be head coach at Highlands as long he finds the job interesting and stimulating. I think the Co-Head Coach designation for Weinrich pretty much means that when Mueller retires as head coach, Weinrich will take the job. Maybe it also means that Weinrich gets paid more in order to keep him. I have no facts to back up any of this, it is just my opinion.
    Skyline is hiring! I think he will retire in 5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    How old is Coach Mueller? How long until he can retire from the school system? Could you see him retiring and moving to a college position, a la Dudley Hilton from Bell County (now at Pikeville College)?
    The key is retirement. I believe it is 2 or 3 years until he can retire.

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