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M-A has high hopes, but wants less drama this football season

Original post made on Sep 14, 2009

The Menlo-Atherton football team's 2008 campaign had more drama and turmoil than a Hollywood script. Call it "High School Unusual I." It didn't have Academy award written all over it but, it was a doozy of a campaign. Try this one on for size: Coach quits during preseason. Interim coach takes over and leads team to eight straight victories and a Central Coast Section Large School Division. Interim coach then wins the league's Coach of the Year award. Coach, however, doesn't get hired back. Junior quarterback transfers after the football season.

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Posted by Tim Parry
a resident of Menlo Park
on Sep 14, 2009 at 3:35 pm

Turner Baty is on the move again. He just transferred to a school in Connecticut: Web Link


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