What's next for Cuthbertson football

What's next for Cuthbertson football

Winter shake up continues in the 3A division

As the Cavaliers take the field next fall they will be guided by a new head coach.

David Johnson has resigned his position as varsity head coach after six seasons.

Cuthbertson had a 36 and 40 record over the past six seasons and made the playoffs in five of those years. However, the Cavalier record was only 14 and 22 in the past 3 Seasons and they struggled to compete in the strong Southern Carolina Conference.

Cuthbertson joins Piedmont as one of two schools that will be looking for a fresh start in the fall as the Panthers hired Jonathan Castator who had been the offensive coordinator at Porter Ridge for the past 3 Seasons. The Cavaliers and Panthers both hope to replicate the success obtained by Weddington’s new coach Andy Capone who was able to capture a state championship in the 3A division in just his first season last year.

Will the youth movement may continue as the Cavaliers look to find a new leader for their program?

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