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Was it something I said?

Ged Kates can keep his job another year – but dammit, son, you need to find you a secondary.

Guess it was too daunting a task.  Kates is taking his marbles and moving to Beverly Hills Richland Hills.

The Arlington Heights football program, one of the most successful teams in the district, took the biggest hit, with seven coaches resigning.

In 2009, with Ged Kates as their head coach, the Yellow Jackets became the first Fort Worth team in eight years to win a playoff game. Heights also won a playoff game in 2011. In January, Kates accepted the head coaching position at Richland.

Former Kates assistants Brian Brown, Steven Burkett, Jacob Johnson, William Kates, Cody McCauley, Derek Ward and Whitney Wyatt have decided to leave.

Kates said three of his former Heights assistants will join him at Richland.

They’re calling it a cost-cutting measure.  I call it the gutting of a once-proud football program.

Sigh.




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