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April 2004

April 2004


Growing the Family Tree

Emporia State\'s Dave Wiemers continues the family business
by: Patrick Finley
© April 2004

Itís not the coaching Dave Wiemers minds. Itís what so many coaches go through when they become a head coachÖ

You see, the pressures of diagramming a game plan and mentoring Division II players at Emporia State isnít that difficult to him. Drawing up plays, inserting the right personnel Ė thatís easy. Youíd think it was easy too if you grew up where Wiemers did, sharing a house with the same family that he did. Coaching is work, but it isnít work. Itís second nature.

Wiemers was born into the family business. His father is a coach, as is his mother. Larry Wiemers and his wife, Sandi, met and married, and had three children Ė Dave, his brother Jon and his sister Susan.

Larry Wiemers was, and is, a legend in Kansas high school football history. He coached Clay Center (Kan.) High School Ė whe....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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