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Youth soccer coach concerned about future of KHS program

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One Response to Youth soccer coach concerned about future of KHS program

  1. wreck90

    December 10, 2013 at 7:39 pm

    I am glad somebody has finally has stepped up to address this on going coaching issue, it has been ignored way too long. Thank you Mr. Styer.
    Jamie Bartlett coached my son for 4 years at the KHS soccer “program” and they won a total of 5 games.(Out of 55 or so)
    To also add, Coach Bartlett never spoke a single word to me or my wife those entire four years regarding our son’s performance or any other matter while he was on the team.
    Even Sr. night, the last home game of his four years of playing under Coach Bartlett when he had a fractured femur due to the previous game.

    It sure would have been nice to hear…”It was a pleasure having your son on the Kenton Wildcat Soccer Team the last four years”
    We were also boosters, contributing financially and physically to that program.
    Don Gray
    904 Gilmore St.
    Kenton, Oh.

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