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Woodlief leaving Potomac Falls for Kecoughtan

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For the third time in the last three weeks, a Virginia AA Dulles District football coach has resigned. Monday, it was Potomac Falls Coach Scott Woodlief who reportedly stepped down and has accepted the head coaching position at his alma mater, Kecoughtan High School in Hampton.

"He has taken another career opportunity by taking the job at Kecoughtan," Potomac Falls Athletic Director Mike Sipe said Tuesday. "He turned in his resignation to me today."

The Daily Press published a story Monday evening, reporting that Woodlief has accepted the job at Kecoughtan. A former quarterback, Woodlief graduated from Kecoughtan in 1982 and brings his coaching experience in the Peninsula District to the new post. He led the nearby Gloucester program from in 2000 and 2001.

In four seasons at the Sterling school, Woodlief led the Panthers to a 23-19 record including a program-best 10-2 mark in 2009 when Potomac Falls advanced to the Region II Division 4 final. The Panthers two losses that season came against district rival and eventual state champion Broad Run. This fall, the Panthers finished 3-7.

Tuesday afternoon, the Potomac Falls head coaching position was posted on the Loudoun County Public Schools job site.

By Matt Brooks  |  February 2, 2010; 12:42 PM ET
Categories:  AA Dulles , Football , Potomac Falls  
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