Austin Westlake hires Dodge
Posted by EJ Holland on 2 May 2014
Austin Westlake made a splash hire on Friday morning.
The Chaparrals are brining in Todd Dodge, a titan in Texas high school football, to be its next head coach. Dodge will replace Darren Allman, who is now at Colleyville Heritage, after spending two seasons at Marble Falls.
“Coach Dodge brings a wealth of achievements to a well-established and historically successful program,” said superintendent Dr. Nola Wellman in a press release. “As a coach and leader, he exemplifies the character and values that are consistent with those of Westlake High School. His ability to instill those characteristics in the young men he coaches is admirable.”
Dodge is best known for his time with Southlake Carroll. From 2000-2006, he compiled a 98-11 record, led the Dragons to four state titles and was named the National Coach of the Year twice.
Dodge has also held coaching stints at Cameron Yoe, Carrollton Newman-Smith and Keller Fossil Ridge and at the college level at North Texas and Pittsburg.
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