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Rhodes resigns as Redbirds coach

She led De Pere to a pair of state runner-up finishes

3:28 PM, Feb. 6, 2013
De Pere High School varsity girls soccer head coach Trisha Rhodes, right, hugs then-senior Lauren Splittgerber after the Redbirds beat Sheboygan South 3-0 in the WIAA Division 1 sectional final at Kimberly on June 9, 2012. Rhodes recently resigned her coaching position after 11 seasons at the helm.
De Pere High School varsity girls soccer head coach Trisha Rhodes, right, hugs then-senior Lauren Splittgerber after the Redbirds beat Sheboygan South 3-0 in the WIAA Division 1 sectional final at Kimberly on June 9, 2012. Rhodes recently resigned her coaching position after 11 seasons at the helm.
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The De Pere High School varsity girls soccer team is looking for a new leader after putting together one of the most successful runs of any area squad over the past decade.

Longtime head coach Trisha Rhodes informed the school last month she was stepping down from her position because of family reasons. She recently gave birth to her first child.

Rhodes didn't return a phone message left for her. ...

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