West-Oak Coach Brannon Resigns

November 20, 2012

West-Oak High School is in the market for a new football coach.  The resignation of head coach Jay Brannon has been confirmed to 96.3 WGOG News by Earnestine Williams, Director of Human Resources for the School District of Oconee County.  Athletic Director Tim Sheriff says Brannon met with his coaches and team Tuesday afternoon to announce his decision.  In late October, Brannon’s Warrior team completed an 0-10 season.  Brannon is expected to remain a teacher on the West-Oak High School staff.  Brannon was the seventh head coach in the school’s history, which dates to the 1982 season, which saw the consolidation of the high school’s at Westminster and Oakway.  Brannon finishes his five year stint in Westminster with a 16-35 record.  West-Oak Principal Kurt Kreuzberger told WGOG News Tuesday that a committee will be formed to search for a new coach and an ad will be placed on the website of the South Carolina High School League.

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