Bellefonte Area High School will soon be looking for a new high school football coach.
Tuesday’s Bellefonte School Board was postponed due to a sudden snowstorm, but the resignation of head coach Vaughan Donmoyer is on the agenda, which will be formally accepted at the postponed meeting.
Under Don Moyer, the Reds won only one game this season, with Phillipsburg and Osceola winning 9–8.
They have a total of three wins in their two seasons at the top and have a 3-17 record. At a Board of Education meeting earlier this month, several parents spoke out during the public comment portion of the meeting, addressing Don Moyer and his staff on a variety of topics including practice, play, play calls, and community involvement. criticized.
Don Moyer was hired to replace former head coach Shannon Manning, who resigned several years ago, as head coach at Central Mountain High School. Don Moyer is one of three coaches to submit their resignations and is also on the agenda this week. Other coaches are involved in a middle school track and field program and a middle school cross country program.
Additionally, Booster Club purchased his $8,000 sled for the program. Before the snow fell Tuesday night, his parents said the sleigh had barely been used and weeds had grown around it.
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