After five seasons at Coffee County, Ryan Sulkowski has resigned his post as head football coach and has been named the new head football coach and assistant athletic director at Hunt high school in Wilson, North Carolina.
“My wife, daughter and I have loved our time mentoring the student athletes at Coffee County over the past five years. We love the kids and community here in Manchester, but the timing was just the right time to get closer to family in North Carolina,” Sulkowski said.
“The kids here are fighters and never gave up, even stacked against some high odds and I can’t sing their praises enough for going toe to toe with some of the best teams in the state of Tennessee every Friday night.”
Despite posting an 11-41 record at Coffee County, the Red Raiders made back to back Class 6A playoff appearances in 2015 and 2016.
Before coming to Coffee County, Sulkowski led Baker County (FL) to a 31-12 record in his four seasons there (2010-13).
There are currently 13 programs looking for a head coach they are: Bolton, Cloudland, Coffee County, Covington, East Robertson, Hamilton, Manassas, McMinn Central, Morristown East, Nashville Overton, Tellico Plains, White Station and Whitwell
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