Wichita Christian Hires Dan Neuse As Head Football Coach

By Jermaine Ferrell | jermaine@yahoo.com

Published 07/30 2014 05:14PM

Updated 07/31 2014 10:29AM

With two a day practices starting next Monday, the Wichita Christian Stars filled their head football coaching vacancy on Monday.
The Stars hired long time area football coach Dan Neuse.
He replaces Kyle Davenport who took a teaching and coaching job at Kirby Junior High.
Last season, Neuse was a football, basketball, and track coach at Zundy Juinor High.
Neuse was at assistant football coach at Hirschi and at Midwestern State.
This is first opportunity to coach a 6 man football squad.
Dan Neuse, Wichita Christian Head Football Coach/AD
"Blocking is blocking and tackling is tackling,what every level they play it comes across on the football field. I am prejudice about football. It teaches so many good values. The kids we got coming back to Wichita Christian is a good nucleus."
2 a day practices begin on Monday, That's also the day we start our Friday Night Football previews.
36 teams in 25 days.
That's how we roll beginning on Monday.

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