2001 Shrine Bowl Coach Replaced

Apr 25, 2001, 01:00 ET from Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas

    COLUMBIA, S.C., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Coach Jeff Conners of Enka High
 Schoool, Enka, North Carolina, chosen for the 2001 Shrine Bowl game, will be
 replaced by Coach Ron Massey of A. L. Brown High School in Kannapolis, North
 Carolina.
     Coach Conners has resigned because of personal commitments according to
 the Shrine Bowl Athletic Director Ron Long.  Coach Conners said that it was
 with mixed emotions that he resigned but hopefully he would be asked to serve
 as a Coach for the Shrine Bowl at a later date.
     Athletic Director Ron Long reports that it is with regret that we must
 replace Coach Conners, but with Coach Massey coming on board it will be a
 tremendous asset for the North Carolina all-star squad.
     The coaches are selected from recommendations from the State High School
 Athletic Associations, Coaches Associations, and by individual Coaches.  A
 Coach must be an Assistant Shrine Bowl Coach before being recommended as a
 Head Coach for the Shrine Bowl game.  The Shrine Bowl Athletic Director makes
 the final decision on the selection of the Coaching Staffs.
     The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
 The Shrine operates under the supervision of a Board of Governors, and with
 the sanction of the Imperial Council of the Shrine of North America.  The
 Annual Shrine Bowl Football Game will be played on December 15, 2001.  The
 place for the 65th annual game will be announced at a later date.
 
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    COLUMBIA, S.C., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Coach Jeff Conners of Enka High
 Schoool, Enka, North Carolina, chosen for the 2001 Shrine Bowl game, will be
 replaced by Coach Ron Massey of A. L. Brown High School in Kannapolis, North
 Carolina.
     Coach Conners has resigned because of personal commitments according to
 the Shrine Bowl Athletic Director Ron Long.  Coach Conners said that it was
 with mixed emotions that he resigned but hopefully he would be asked to serve
 as a Coach for the Shrine Bowl at a later date.
     Athletic Director Ron Long reports that it is with regret that we must
 replace Coach Conners, but with Coach Massey coming on board it will be a
 tremendous asset for the North Carolina all-star squad.
     The coaches are selected from recommendations from the State High School
 Athletic Associations, Coaches Associations, and by individual Coaches.  A
 Coach must be an Assistant Shrine Bowl Coach before being recommended as a
 Head Coach for the Shrine Bowl game.  The Shrine Bowl Athletic Director makes
 the final decision on the selection of the Coaching Staffs.
     The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
 The Shrine operates under the supervision of a Board of Governors, and with
 the sanction of the Imperial Council of the Shrine of North America.  The
 Annual Shrine Bowl Football Game will be played on December 15, 2001.  The
 place for the 65th annual game will be announced at a later date.
 
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