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Rossman named new Coffee County cross country coach

Coffee County Central High School has announced that Matt Rossman will take over as the head coach of the Coffee County Cross Country program. This includes cross country runners at Central High School and Coffee Middle School.

Rossman takes over for Cameron Boyett.

Any athletes interested in running cross country this upcoming fall can attend open facilities (open runs) at the Coffee County Raider Academy beginning on Monday, July 12. Open facility will be from 8-9:30 a.m.

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“I just like the running scene,” explained Rossman. “Coach Boyett left and I saw they had a need and I love this. I know a lot of these kids already. I’m at the meets already. A lot of these kids go to my church. I have a former background in student ministry. So I’m like, you know this is a great opportunity to pour into these kids and be there for them. I’m excited about it.”

Rossman joined the Coffee Coaches Show on Thunder Radio Saturday, July 10. You can hear a replay of that entire show here.

Pictured is Matt Rossman and family. Rossman was named new CHS Cross Country Coach last week.

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