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Changing times lead to more high school coaching changes

Era of the longtime coach may be thing of the past

12:38 AM, Apr. 28, 2013
Amherst 's Mark Lusic said he originally envisioned coaching football for a decade or more. Now, he is taking it a season at a time
Amherst 's Mark Lusic said he originally envisioned coaching football for a decade or more. Now, he is taking it a season at a time
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Five months removed from winning a WIAA Division 5 state championship, Amherst football coach Mark Lusic is already immersed in getting his program ready for the 2013 season.

During his lunch hour, Lusic sat down with his nine seniors for next season - their trays filled with fried chicken, a salad and some rolls - to discuss their need to take over a leadership role.

He was also searching for volunteers to help with a May 4 fundraiser for the football program. ...

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