Gaddis Leaves Peabody In A Pivotal Position
(03-05-2013) Trenton TN The news of Coach Joe Gaddis leaving Peabody High School spread quickly on Tuesday. Gaddis came to Peabody just last year when he implemented a progressive football program for the school. Principal Tim Haney is wasting no time in searching for a new head coach. “We are looking to get this done as quickly as possible,” Haney says.
Next year’s seniors will face having their third coach in three years after Gaddis replaced Kent Scott. Junior football players Ryan White and Tae Tae Nesbitt have high hopes for their team next year.
“We have been down this road before, and we know how to handle the challenges of working with new coaches,” says Nesbitt.
White stated, “We just have to look to our long term goal and work towards it as a team.”
“We have three good groups in our football program right now, and if we can get the right man in here to do the job, our program could be branded for the next several years,” Haney said.
Gaddis was selected from over 50 applicants to lead the Tide this past season. Haney hopes the open position will draw the same response again.
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