New Wynne High School Football Coach

New Wynne High School Football Coach

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Elko, NV

#1 Mar 17, 2011
Just saw a story in the Blytheville Courier, that Chris Hill will be bringing his spread offense to Wynne.
fed

United States

#2 Mar 17, 2011
i was looking at all the schools he has coached at and he only stays a year at some of those schools that dont look good
here we go

Elko, NV

#3 Mar 17, 2011
you are right.
gobble

United States

#4 Mar 17, 2011
I herd it was K lee Andrews aka turkeyhunter?!
here we go

Elko, NV

#5 Mar 17, 2011
Wynne hiring Hill, moving to spread offense
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
By Mark Brasfield | Courier News

A former Blytheville coaching candidate will be in the 5A-East after all.

Chris Hill told the Blytheville Courier News this morning that he has been informed that he will be the next head football coach at Wynne High School.

The school board is expected to make the official announcement on March 28.

"I'm extremely excited for the opportunity to be the head coach at Wynne," Hill said. "All across Arkansas, Wynne is known for their football traditional and I can't wait to be a part of it."

He said he would be at Wynne for spring practice and will begin implementing the new spread offense and looks forward to meeting all the kids.

"I'm putting out the call for all receivers and running backs...," Hill said. "We will be throwing the ball."

After leaving Class 4A power Ashdown two years ago, the former State Farm Coach of the Year coached at Louisiana 5A power Parkway High School, which finished 10-2 before losing in the second round of the state playoffs.

Hill will resign his position, effective May 25 for both personal and professional reasons, he told the Shreveport Times .

"Coach Hill brought an exciting brand of football to Parkway as expected and we are better today because of his efforts," Parkway principal Nichole Bourgeois told the Times. "Out of respect for coach Hill, I will honor his wishes and move forward with due diligence to find a replacement to continue with the winning tradition at Parkway."

Hill is moving closer to his parents. Hill's father suffered a stroke in August.

"This puts me about two hours away from them," Hill said. "We tell our kids to keep their priorities in order with family first. This is me practicing what I preach."
Parkway High Bossier

Bossier City, LA

#6 Aug 1, 2011
Isn’t it nice to have a brand new football coach at Wynne? How about checking in on this new coach? He left Parkway High in Bossier City, LA making an a.. out of himself by taking an IPod away from a student and then going through the student’s personal stuff. When he came across a forum page of an online game he accused the “white” student to be a racist in front of a “black” coach. Very professional Mr. Hill. You are lucky you moved… otherwise you would have a good lawsuit on your butt. To sad that Wynne has to put up with Hill’s sorry a…
guest

United States

#7 Aug 2, 2011
Thank you so much for your information. You need to know that this information will not impress the Wynne population. The new coach is here and the residents have high hopes of a winning team. You see football is where we focus our attention. We support the team and if these thigs are true they will come to surface. Right now we have some very suppportive Dad's. Rumor has it that they are reliving their glory days through their sons. Now, we older citizens know that is not possible. We have to let them learn for themselves. Once gone it is gone! Good luck to the Jackets and the new coach. They gotta like this sport or they would not be out in this heat.
teacher

Wynne, AR

#8 Aug 2, 2011
He will be a one year coach here also.
guest

United States

#9 Aug 2, 2011
teacher wrote:
He will be a one year coach here also.
Well:
1. Did he tell you that bit of information?
2. Are you a fortune teller?
3. Are you taking part in rounding up another pack of famished wolves salivating for what looks like a fresh new meal for the pack?
4. Possibly satan has sent you, his follower, simply to spread gossip?
5. Maybe you just like lying.
6. Did 'YOU' hire him with the intention of letting him go after one year?
guest

Wynne, AR

#10 Aug 2, 2011
I hope you go with him nappy wynn.
guest

United States

#11 Aug 2, 2011
guest wrote:
I hope you go with him nappy wynn.
Who? Do you mean Nappy the Zig. Nappy is here observing the American public education system. I'm in many places, sweetheart.

Yet, another envious/jealous one. Actually, you don't have to be jealous of this guest, guest. You can become just as brilliant, lovely one. I love you. Hug hug. Kiss kiss.
guest

United States

#12 Aug 2, 2011
Name Apperas, I will never appear as 'guest Wynne, AR'. You'll know by the voice. That guest, apparently, has very low self-esteem or is highly jealous of this 'guest'. Guest Wynne, AR seems to always need a thumb or a tittie to suck. Hmmm. Poor baby.
That guy

United States

#13 Aug 3, 2011
Parkway High Bossier wrote:
Isn’t it nice to have a brand new football coach at Wynne? How about checking in on this new coach? He left Parkway High in Bossier City, LA making an a.. out of himself by taking an IPod away from a student and then going through the student’s personal stuff. When he came across a forum page of an online game he accused the “white” student to be a racist in front of a “black” coach. Very professional Mr. Hill. You are lucky you moved… otherwise you would have a good lawsuit on your butt. To sad that Wynne has to put up with Hill’s sorry a…
Sour grapes?
Guest

Alexander, AR

#14 Aug 3, 2011
Interscholastic sports ... a huge waste of taxpayer monies, participation leads to injuries and poor academic performance, participation in same will not lead to a secure financial future.

If the students enjoy practicing, then that's good; not all will play in games, but if they're okay with that, then good. Beyond this bit of positive appreciation, the interscholastic experience offers no benefits to taxpayers nor to those who participate. The fact that some of the adults/parents get to relive old memories ... that's a sad thing and of no lasting value.
guest

United States

#15 Aug 3, 2011
Thank you very much. how many will become pro players? If they enjoy the sport so be it. Let Dad relive the 80's!

Since: Mar 11

Dixie

#16 Aug 3, 2011
Guest wrote:
Interscholastic sports ... a huge waste of taxpayer monies, participation leads to injuries and poor academic performance, participation in same will not lead to a secure financial future.
If the students enjoy practicing, then that's good; not all will play in games, but if they're okay with that, then good. Beyond this bit of positive appreciation, the interscholastic experience offers no benefits to taxpayers nor to those who participate. The fact that some of the adults/parents get to relive old memories ... that's a sad thing and of no lasting value.
You obviously did not play sports in school. You can learn a lot from organized sports, whether it be a team sport or an individual sport. How to be part of a team, work ethic, or just physical activity which so many of our youth do not get enough of.
WHAT

Little Rock, AR

#17 Aug 3, 2011
Interscholastic sports ... a huge waste of taxpayer monies - VERY LITTLE TAXPAYER MONEY,EXCEPT THOSE WHO BUY TICKETS TO WATCH. THE FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL TEAMS SUPPORT THE ATHLETIC BUDGET AND OTHER SPORTS CONTRIBUTE ALSO, participation leads to injuries - SO DOES WALKING DOWN THE STREET, and poor academic performance -THERE ARE AT LEAST FOUR OF LAST YEARS'S FOOTBALL SR'S WHO ARE GOING TO COLLEGE ON ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS AND PROBABLY MORE I DON'T KNOW. MY SON (A STARTER) MADE A 30 ON THE ACT AS DID OTHERS, participation in same will not lead to a secure financial future -MOST PLAYERS DON'T EXPECT TO MAKE THE PROS, THAT'S REALITY, THEY ENJOY THE TEAMWORK AND THE GAME NOT TO MENTION GETTING IN GOOD PHYSICAL SHAPE.
If the students enjoy practicing, then that's good; not all will play in games - THEY GO INTO SPORTS KNOWING THEY MAY NOT GET ANY GAME TIME BUT IT GIVES THEM A GOAL TO WORK TOWARD. THE PRACTICE SQUAD MAKES THE STARTERS BETTER IF THEY PRACTICE HARD., but if they're okay with that, then good. Beyond this bit of positive appreciation, the interscholastic experience offers no benefits to taxpayers - 1-TOWN PRIDE, 2-SOMETHING TO SHOW SUPPORT TO THE KIDS, 3-SOMETHING TO DO TOGETHER ON FRIDAY NIGHTS (OR OTHER GAME NIGHTS)4-PARENTS INVOLVED nor to those who participate.- MY SON WENT FROM A FAT LITTLE 7TH GRADER TO A BIG STRONG 12TH GRADER! HE UNDERSTANDS THE VALUE OF HARD WORK AND HAS MADE MANY NEW FRIENDS. The fact that some of the adults/parents get to relive old memories = I DIDN'T RE-LIVE ANY MEMORIES, BUT IT SURE MADE SOME PROUD MEMORIES FOR HIM... that's a sad thing and of no lasting value. I DON'T THINK YOU ARE SEEING THE WHOLE PICTURE.....
guest

Denton, TX

#18 Aug 4, 2011
Guest wrote:
Interscholastic sports ... a huge waste of taxpayer monies, participation leads to injuries and poor academic performance, participation in same will not lead to a secure financial future.
I'm sure the Mr Williams 5 year deal worth 20something million will not be a secure financial future.
run

United States

#19 Aug 5, 2011
He's done well but he's the exception not the norm..
What

Olive Branch, MS

#20 Aug 6, 2011
Norm? Have you ever turned on any football game on tv? College players getting scholarships....stadium is packed, NFL players being paid........stadiums are packed, Tiger Woods hitting a little white ball, Bill Gates developing software, Oprah Winfrey hosting a talk show, Nicholas Cage acting, Steve Jobs in technology, Madonna as a singer. What is normal? What does all these things have in common you ask? Millions of people pay for them.

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