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Longtime Football Coaches Step Down

by / Sunday, 29 January 2017 / Published in News

Daniel Bourdon of Analy and Tom Kirkpatrick of Windsor have decided to step down from their football jobs.

Bourdon spent 9 years as the Tiger head coach. He wants to spend more time with his wife, and their 9 month old baby. He has a pretty good resume with the team. He went 81-30, and a 38-16 mark in league play. He went 32 straight SCL games without a defeat. In his first year at Analy, he went 5-6 and 1-4 in SCL play. This past year his team went 11-2 and 6-0 in SCL play to capture their 5th straight SCL title.

Tom Kirkpatrick was a long time coach at Healdsburg from 1987-2000 and 2007-2011. Before the 2015 season, he came out of retirement to coach the Windsor Jaguars for the past two years. He took the Jags to the NCS D2 championship this past season. In nearly two decades of coaching High school football, Kirkpatrick never had a losing season.

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