Casey coach reportedly resigns

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    What does/did Coach Stephens teach there? I saw where they have a Social Studies opening but if that was his job I'm not even send I might not even send in an application because they will probably fill it with a head coach or try to I would imagine.
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    Stephens teachers Math I believe?

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    He teaches Math and he is still there coaching softball so nothing open yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellking View Post
    I'm sure McCreary Central and Wayne County are not crying tears because Coach Stephens resigned, a little turmoil at Casey Co. can only help them. Coach Stephens did a Great Job at Casey Co. and will be missed. Sometimes we don't know what we got until we loose it.
    I agree can't imagine anyone but Casey County is upset he is gone. Coach Stephens did a great job! A playoff win and 8-4 at Casey County is nothing to sneeze about.

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    The Truth

    Thatís the problem nobody in the School Administration cares if he leaves. They may say they do but their actions speak louder than their words. All Coach Stephens wanted was for the Administration to make it where he could keep one main Assistant coach on his staff that worked in the High School. He also wanted to not have to teach 5 Algebra classes a day (maybe had one extra planning period) not too much to ask for a guy who was the Head Football coach and head softball coach.
    The Truth of the matter at Casey County Andy Stephens was a thorn in the side of the principle, because he was just not going to be a yes man. Coach Stephens was going to push for things he thought it would take to make his sports programs more successful. This upset the principle at Casey County but he knew that he could not fire Coach Stephens so he made his job so unpleasant that Coach Stephens would leave on his own. Now with Coach Stephens gone he will replace him with someone who will be a yes man and will not make so much noise. (Like winning 8 football games at Casey County)
    I hate to say this but it would be hard for John Madden to win many football games at Casey County with this Administration. Especially with the backs of some many of the Casey County football supporters being broke over Coach Stephensís departure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpickedBird View Post
    That’s the problem nobody in the School Administration cares if he leaves. They may say they do but their actions speak louder than their words. All Coach Stephens wanted was for the Administration to make it where he could keep one main Assistant coach on his staff that worked in the High School. He also wanted to not have to teach 5 Algebra classes a day (maybe had one extra planning period) not too much to ask for a guy who was the Head Football coach and head softball coach.
    The Truth of the matter at Casey County Andy Stephens was a thorn in the side of the principle, because he was just not going to be a yes man. Coach Stephens was going to push for things he thought it would take to make his sports programs more successful. This upset the principle at Casey County but he knew that he could not fire Coach Stephens so he made his job so unpleasant that Coach Stephens would leave on his own. Now with Coach Stephens gone he will replace him with someone who will be a yes man and will not make so much noise. (Like winning 8 football games at Casey County)
    I hate to say this but it would be hard for John Madden to win many football games at Casey County with this Administration. Especially with the backs of some many of the Casey County football supporters being broke over Coach Stephens’s departure.
    This is Bad for Casey County. The Parents, Players and the School deserves better. Coach Stephens will be missed.

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    I know this is a football board but I now hear that Casey Co is looking for Football, Softball, Baseball, and Boys Basketball Coaches.

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    Is there still Brown's Restaurant on the square in Liberty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebra's eyes View Post
    I know this is a football board but I now hear that Casey Co is looking for Football, Softball, Baseball, and Boys Basketball Coaches.
    This speaks loud and clear about the Administration and how they feel about Sports.

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    Any word on applicants? There is certainly some good football played in that part of the state and I'd think this would be a sought after position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpickedBird View Post
    Thatís the problem nobody in the School Administration cares if he leaves. They may say they do but their actions speak louder than their words. All Coach Stephens wanted was for the Administration to make it where he could keep one main Assistant coach on his staff that worked in the High School. He also wanted to not have to teach 5 Algebra classes a day (maybe had one extra planning period) not too much to ask for a guy who was the Head Football coach and head softball coach.
    The Truth of the matter at Casey County Andy Stephens was a thorn in the side of the principle, because he was just not going to be a yes man. Coach Stephens was going to push for things he thought it would take to make his sports programs more successful. This upset the principle at Casey County but he knew that he could not fire Coach Stephens so he made his job so unpleasant that Coach Stephens would leave on his own. Now with Coach Stephens gone he will replace him with someone who will be a yes man and will not make so much noise. (Like winning 8 football games at Casey County)
    I hate to say this but it would be hard for John Madden to win many football games at Casey County with this Administration. Especially with the backs of some many of the Casey County football supporters being broke over Coach Stephensís departure.
    Tough situation, I wish Coach Stephens the best. He truly did a good job and I think he was a good example to the kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CC7506 View Post
    Any word on applicants? There is certainly some good football played in that part of the state and I'd think this would be a sought after position.
    Stephens and Steve Stonebraker before him showed that you could have some success at Casey County. I'm not sure the current climate at the school makes it a very appealing job, but they have had increased numbers across the board at both the middle and high school levels. I hope they are able to hire a coach and give him resources to work with where the program can succeed.

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    Yes, it's true. But that is only two coaches. Todd Carman, baseball and basketball, and Andy Stephens, Football and Softball.

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