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Horton High head football coach resigns
11/15/2019

(KNZA)--Horton High School head football coach Mark Friess has resigned.

The South Brown County USD 430 Board of Education accepted his resignation during their regular meeting Monday evening, which was effective immediately.

Friess had just completed his second season as head coach of the Chargers.

The Board filled two other head coaching positions at Horton High School.

Following an executive session, the board approved the hiring of Skylar Wikle as head wrestling coach and Zach Mendez as head golf coach.

In other personnel action, the Board accepted, with regrets, the retirement resignation of longtime Everest Middle School social studies teacher Eli Wenger. Wenger has taught at the school for 31 years.

The USD 430 Board also accepted a bid from McKenna Boller in the amount of $1 for district-owned property located at 233 West 8th Street in Horton. Boller will be responsible for all closing costs.

 

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