There are several new schools opening in the city of Houston the next few years that will be embarking on Texas High School football.
Opening a new school enables a coach to put their immediate stamp on a program. Implementing their culture from top to bottom.
Klein Cain named their man in James Clancy. Clancy was an assistant at Klein Oak for several years before getting the head job at Strake Jesuit.
“I’m still pinching myself,” he said. “I had an awesome experience inside of KISD while at Klein Oak and the timing was just right. This is going to be a great challenge. I’m ready to establish a football tradition at Cain, but impacting young lives in a positive way is paramount.”
Clancy led Strake Jesuit to school history in 2015 as the Crusaders advanced to the third-round of the playoffs, setting school records on offense.
“I’m so proud of what we accomplished at Strake Jesuit,” he said. “We turned the Crusaders into a respected football program. We had fantastic kids who I will be connected to for the rest of my life. It was a tremendous opportunity.”
Now he opens Klein Cain. The district hasn’t opened a new school since Klein Collins nearly 16 years ago.
Tomball ISD announced the selection of two high school campus athletic coordinators who will also serve as head football coaches. Kevin Flanigan will join the staff at Tomball High School, and Sam Parker will join Tomball Memorial High School.
Tomball ISD’s Athletic Director Vince Sebo explained the coaches will positively impact the athletic departments at both campuses.
“We’re excited about the direction of our athletic program,” Sebo said. “Both of these coaches have 6A playoff experience. They understand the grind it takes to achieve success. We’re looking forward... [View full article at Vype.com]