Nelson County Looks for New Head Coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachBuckett
    If Nelson County is looking for a coach to turn the program a round and do it the right way hen they need to go after Coach Donny Walker at Franklin County. I think this guy is doing some good things and will be suprised if someone doesnt tr and land him.

    You would'nt be trying to stir up some trouble in Franklin County would you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1&ONLY44
    You would'nt be trying to stir up some trouble in Franklin County would you?
    Not at all. If you read my post I was complementing Coach Walker and what a great job he did at turning Franklin County around. Also just saying that Nelson needs to go after a Coach like Donny Walker who has proven that he can turn things around. If I am doing anyting is helping Coach Walker get a raise.

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    I have heard the students had a "sit-in" at the high school today as a show of support for their former coach and to discuss several other issues (no administrative support) with the super at Nelson County (she never showed up). The TV stations from Louisville were there with live trucks and helicopters flying around. I heard that at one time the administration chained the dooors to keep'em in! Not good! It continues to sour at Nelson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sticku
    I have heard the students had a "sit-in" at the high school today as a show of support for their former coach and to discuss several other issues (no administrative support) with the super at Nelson County (she never showed up). The TV stations from Louisville were there with live trucks and helicopters flying around. I heard that at one time the administration chained the dooors to keep'em in! Not good! It continues to sour at Nelson.
    What news stations came? I would like to watch the news report about this one! :fire:

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