Meg Wochnick reported in The Olympian today:
“Randy Swilley planned on being Yelm High Schools football coach for 2013 and possibly beyond. He was even looking forward to the challenge of coaching the team without his son, running back Jacob, who capped off his four-year career with 1,686 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns as well as numerous school rushing records.”
“Swilley resigned as coach before the schools December break. He will continue to teach marketing at the high school but will be rejoining the North Thurston football coaching staff as the Rams defensive line coach. He was an assistant coach at North Thurston for five seasons before taking the Yelm job in 2008.
“Swilley, a 1985 graduate of Olympia High School, cited two main factors that led to his resignation: the difficulty in finding high-quality assistant coaches, and the areas youth football feeder system.”
Key unanswered question Swilley leaves in his resignation –
To what was he referring about Yelm area’s youth football feeder system?