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North Augusta High School Football Coach Resigns After One Season

According to WJBF, North Augusta High School Football Head Coach, Matt Quinn, has resigned. The news was confirmed by the school's athletic director, Brian Thomas. Quinn was hired prior to the 2022 season.  The North Augusta Yellow Jackets finished the season with a 6-6 record, going 4-0 in 4A Region 4, and winning the region championship. They were then eliminated in the second round of playoffs. A letter was sent to students and parents about Quinn stepping down, saying it was done so he could spend more time with his family.  Quin will remain at North Augusta High School as a physical education teacher. Spring football practice will pick up in May, with North Augusta assistant coach Richard Bush serving as interim head coach. [select-listicle listicle_id="100151" syndication_name="a-b-s-performer-of-the-week" description="yes"]

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