July 28, 2014
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Search committee formed to find new MHHS football coach



It was over a week ago when the Mountain Home School Board voted to accept Benji Mahan's resignation as the Bombers' head football coach. The school has taken the next step toward hiring Mahan's successor as they have formed a search committee comprised of athletic director Janet Wood, high school principal Dana Brown, junior high principal Ron Czantskowski, student services director Wes Henderson and board president Ben Strider. Czantskowski, Henderson and Strider are also former Bomber football players.
Wood tells KTLO, Classic Hits and The Boot Sports the committee will be in a hiring process that actually began right after Mahan's letter was accepted.
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Wood discusses what's next for the search committee.
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At this point, there are a total of 12 applicants for the Mountain Home High School head football coaching position. The three that are within the district are varsity assistant coach Lee Sadler, junior high head football coach and high school boys' soccer coach Bryan Mattox and junior high assistant and former varsity assistant Randy Barnhill. Two others from Arkansas are Chad Mitchell of Jonesboro Westside and David Jordan of Vilonia. The seven out-of-state applicants are Jeff Broyles of Poteau, Oklahoma; Charles (Corky) Houghton III of Clinton, Mississippi; Mitchell Johnson of Arab, Alabama; David Joyce of Colorado Springs, Colorado; Trevor Porter of Livonia, Louisiana; Jeremy Schroeder of Plattsmouth, Nebraska; Austin Smithey of Weatherford, Oklahoma; and Gregg Tibbitt of Minden, Louisiana.

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