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Jared Williams Resigns at Lawrence North

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Here is the official release from Lawrence North's Athletic Director.

 

Jared Williams, the head wrestling coach at Lawrence North High School from 2005 through 2011, has resigned. Williams, who compiled a 101-34 record in his six years with the Wildcats, cited his desire to spend time with his family, including his two young children. He leaves the head coaching ranks as the only coach in IHSAA history to take two different schools to the IHSAA Team State Finals. In 2005, his Avon team was the State Runner-up, finishing behind, ironically, the school he would take over the next year ? Lawrence North. In 2008 he led the Wildcats back to the State Finals, finishing in the Final Four.  This past season, the Wildcats finished as the State Runner-up.  His teams won the MIC Conference title the past four years and had twelve state finalists, including three state champions during his six year stint as the head coach.

 

Athletic Director Grant Nesbit stated, ?Coach Williams has been good for the sport and great for Lawrence North. We certainly hate to lose him, but at least he?s still teaching in the building.  He?s part of the LN wrestling family and he wants to help whoever comes in to take his place. ?Lawrence North is known as a wrestling powerhouse and we certainly expect to keep it that way. Both I and our principal (former LN two-time state champ coach and IHWCA Hall of Famer Brett Crousore) are former head wrestling coaches, so rest assured, this is a place that a wrestling coach will want to further establish a program. Our school has a great academic and athletic reputation and we began accepting students from outside the district this year.  We think that with the open enrollment, we can really make this ?the? place to be in Central Indiana for families that are serious about academics and wrestling.?

 

Nesbit is currently accepting application materials. Interested individuals should have successful head coaching experience and can contact him via email at grantnesbit@msdlt.k12.in.us 

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Coach Williams, since you seem to have your priorities messed up....lol. Good luck and thanks, I have enjoyed watching you and your staff coach over the years. I really hope to see you back coaching someday real soon.

 

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Here is the official release from Lawrence North's Athletic Director.

 

Jared Williams, the head wrestling coach at Lawrence North High School from 2005 through 2011, has resigned. Williams, who compiled a 101-34 record in his six years with the Wildcats, cited his desire to spend time with his family, including his two young children. He leaves the head coaching ranks as the only coach in IHSAA history to take two different schools to the IHSAA Team State Finals. In 2005, his Avon team was the State Runner-up, finishing behind, ironically, the school he would take over the next year ? Lawrence North. In 2008 he led the Wildcats back to the State Finals, finishing in the Final Four.  This past season, the Wildcats finished as the State Runner-up.  His teams won the MIC Conference title the past four years and had twelve state finalists, including three state champions during his six year stint as the head coach.

 

Athletic Director Grant Nesbit stated, ?Coach Williams has been good for the sport and great for Lawrence North. We certainly hate to lose him, but at least he?s still teaching in the building.  He?s part of the LN wrestling family and he wants to help whoever comes in to take his place. ?Lawrence North is known as a wrestling powerhouse and we certainly expect to keep it that way. Both I and our principal (former LN two-time state champ coach and IHWCA Hall of Famer Brett Crousore) are former head wrestling coaches, so rest assured, this is a place that a wrestling coach will want to further establish a program. Our school has a great academic and athletic reputation and we began accepting students from outside the district this year.  We think that with the open enrollment, we can really make this ?the? place to be in Central Indiana for families that are serious about academics and wrestling.?

 

Nesbit is currently accepting application materials. Interested individuals should have successful head coaching experience and can contact him via email at grantnesbit@msdlt.k12.in.us 

 

I heard J Hump turned down the job, things that make you go hum ???

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Here is the official release from Lawrence North's Athletic Director.

 

Jared Williams, the head wrestling coach at Lawrence North High School from 2005 through 2011, has resigned. Williams, who compiled a 101-34 record in his six years with the Wildcats, cited his desire to spend time with his family, including his two young children. He leaves the head coaching ranks as the only coach in IHSAA history to take two different schools to the IHSAA Team State Finals. In 2005, his Avon team was the State Runner-up, finishing behind, ironically, the school he would take over the next year ? Lawrence North. In 2008 he led the Wildcats back to the State Finals, finishing in the Final Four.  This past season, the Wildcats finished as the State Runner-up.  His teams won the MIC Conference title the past four years and had twelve state finalists, including three state champions during his six year stint as the head coach.

 

Athletic Director Grant Nesbit stated, ?Coach Williams has been good for the sport and great for Lawrence North. We certainly hate to lose him, but at least he?s still teaching in the building.  He?s part of the LN wrestling family and he wants to help whoever comes in to take his place. ?Lawrence North is known as a wrestling powerhouse and we certainly expect to keep it that way. Both I and our principal (former LN two-time state champ coach and IHWCA Hall of Famer Brett Crousore) are former head wrestling coaches, so rest assured, this is a place that a wrestling coach will want to further establish a program. Our school has a great academic and athletic reputation and we began accepting students from outside the district this year.  We think that with the open enrollment, we can really make this ?the? place to be in Central Indiana for families that are serious about academics and wrestling.?

 

Nesbit is currently accepting application materials. Interested individuals should have successful head coaching experience and can contact him via email at grantnesbit@msdlt.k12.in.us 

 

This really clears up all the rumors flying around.  LOL.  It looks more like a written recommendation for someone applying for a job.  The question still stands, what happened over at LN?

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I heard J Hump turned down the job, things that make you go hum ???

 

I just noticed that the Lawrence North website has Jordin Humphrey listed as the head coach on the athletic staff directory

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