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It’s confirmed! This fall, former Caroline High School Athletic Director Jeremy Jack will be coming to King George High School. The King George County School Board approved Jack for the position of social studies teacher.
Last week, Jack resigned from the position of athletic director at Caroline High School. He replaced Gene Dickey as the athletic director, and served in the position for one year. After the resignation of Gene Boley from the position of Cavalier varsity head football coach, Jack was named the interim head coach. However, Jeremiah Ross was eventually named as the Cavaliers head coach.
The Cavalier football program has had four head coaches in five years. A Cavalier athletic director successor to Jack has not been named. Jack could not reached for comment on his newest occupational endeavor.
As varsity football coach at Colonial Beach High School, Jack led the Colonial Beach Drifters to three straight Capital Area Football Conference Championships, two Tidewater District championships, and one Region I championship.
In addition, he also led the Drifters to the VHSL State Division I Semi-final against Buffalo Gap in 2007. Using the weight room resources afforded him, he brought the Drifter gridiron program from the ashes of obscurity to prominence when the team compiled a record of 62-34 over a span of 11 seasons.
Jack’s resume includes: Athletic Director, CBHS, 2004 Colonial Beach Football Hall of Fame inductee; 2005-2006 Colonial Beach Teacher of the Year; 2004, 2005, 2006 CAFC Coach of the Year; 2007 Tidewater Coach of the Year; 2007 Virginia Preps Single-A All-State Coach of the Year.