Clay Clevenger, who spent the past six years as Henderson County's head football coach, resigned today to accept the coaching position at Danville, his alma mater.
"It's about more than a football job. It's an opportunity to go back home and raise our kids around their grandparents. It had more to do with that than anything else," said Clevenger. He and wife Kate are expecting their second child in early July. Both of their families live in the Danville area.
Clevenger posted a 45-27 record at Henderson County, where he took over a program that was in turmoil following the death of player Ryan Owens after a 2006 practice.
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