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AFMís National and Regional High School Coaches of the Yearby: Jeff Louderback
© February 2012
While celebrating on the field after his Carroll High School team, known to most around the country as Southlake Carroll, completed a 16-0 season with a 36-29 victory over Fort Bend Hightower in the Texas Class 5A- Division I state championship game, Hal Wasson thought about a fateful decision he made back in 2002.
After over 20 years as a successful head coach at multiple high schools around Texas, Wasson chose to become an assistant coach. The reason? To give his son Chase the opportunity to play quarterback for the storied Southlake Carroll program, where Hal became running backs coach.
ďAs a career move, it was a risk stepping down as a head coach and becoming an assistant, but my family had moved around for me,....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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