MAULDIN, SC (WSPA) – Maudlin High School athletic director Steve Frady confirms that head football coach Lee Taylor resigned Tuesday “for personal reasons and to pursue other professional opportunities.”
Taylor guided the team the past four seasons and the Mavericks posted a 7-4 record this in 2016.
He was 23-24 in his four seasons on the job, which followed a stint as an assistant at the school.
Defensive coordinator Harry Cabaniss has been named interim head coach.
Frady said it’s not clear how they’ll proceed in naming Taylor’s permanent successor.
High School Red Zone
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