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Lion’s head football coach resigns

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY|dewayne@mcnews.online

MOUNT IDA – Head football coach Zack Wuichet resigned from his coaching positions Tuesday, October 12. He stepped down from positions as head jr. and sr. high football coach and head baseball coach.

This was Coach Wuichet’s third season at the helm of the Mount Ida Lion Football program. The Lions got off to a decent 3-1 start this season, but have dropped their last two games. 

Superintendent Mike White stated that no decisions have been made regarding a replacement at this time. He will fill the role as head coach for both football programs for now. He stated that there haven’t been any discussions regarding possible replacements and no decisions will be made until after the end of this season.

“We just want to focus on the kids and do what’s right for them.” Superintendent White stated when asked about the situation.

The Mount Ida Junior Lions will host Poyen tonight with kickoff set for 7 p.m.

The Mount Ida Lions will travel to Poyen for the senior game tomorrow, Friday, October 15. Kick off will be at 7 p.m.

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