Sunday, May 29, 2011
Claypool Reportedly Resigns
Claypool took over the heading coaching duties at SM South in 2006, after spending the previous two seasons as the head coach at Turner.
Claypool was 10-36 in five seasons at SM South, with arguably his best team being his 2009 squad that went 3-6.
The resignation leaves the SM South football program in a peculiar position as they prep for the upcoming season.
The Raiders, a traditional laughing stock in the Sunflower League, haven't fielded a winning record in over 13 years despite brief influxes of talent throughout that period.
Posted by Eli Underwood at 3:03 PM
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what about the Olathe North O-line coach? He's gone
haha ^ so?? why are people so up norths butts who cares?? its a freakin o line coach...
I know you're from SM West, but, wouldn't:
"The Raiders haven't fielded a winning record in over 13 years despite brief influxes of talent throughout that period."
without the laughing stock comment been a bit more professional?
who will they hire???
the raiders suck
This is a private blog, he doesn't have to be "professional"
I have heard they have quite a few applicants but I haven't heard any names. I would think some local assistants might look at it but some schools have probably already started working on the upcoming season.
No one wants this job...it is a career ender, maybe the guy who is at Leavenworth and stole money from the aquinas football camp will apply.
I read Lonergan from SM West is new head coach at SMS as of yesterday.
Shawnee Mission South announces the hiring of Mr. Ryan Lonergan as its new Head Football Coach. Ryan comes to Shawnee Mission South from Shawnee Mission West, where he was a member of Tim Callahan’s staff from 2003-2011. Ryan also was on the state championship staff at Olathe North in 2002 before going to Shawnee Mission West. He played football at Pittsburg State from 1999-2002. The Gorillas were the 2001 MIAA champions. Ryan is a native of Iola, Kansas, having graduated from Iola High School.
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