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Charlestown Head Football Coach Opening

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Charlestown high school now has an opening for a head football coach. Those interested should contact athletic director Chad Gilbert at cgilbert@gcs.k12.in.us by email or 812-256-3328 by phone.

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For those who may be interested but not know much about Charlestown, it is located approx. 15 miles up river from Louisville, Ky. 2014 will be the 42nd season for varsity football. It is a strong football community. Charlestown is a 3A school and a member of the Mid-Southern Conference. Over the past 7 seasons, have compiled a 60-20 record. Won 4 conference titles and played in 3 sectional championship games, winning one in 2012. Other past successes include 11 more conference titles and 3 other sectional titles in '89, '93 and '96 and 1 regional title in '89. Participation numbers are usually between 60-75 players each year. Returning 5 who started games on defense and 5 who started on offense last season from an 8-4 team that played in the sectional championship game. Lots of potential for growth over the next few years as bridge construction plus nearby housing subdivisions and industrial park continue to grow the area.

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This is a good job. They have some talent there and the fan support is very good. Very underrated program.

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