Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Volleyball, Track & Field (B)
By David LaVaque and Brian Stensaas, Star Tribune
North St. Paul, MN
Being the head varsity coach of more than one sport can be a huge headache, but the benefits can make it worthwhile.
Grabbing the reins of one high school sport is enough of a challenge for most coaches. For some, however, a multisport coaching task is a way of life. The Star Tribune caught up with four such coaches -- one in each part of the metro area -- to find out the benefits and drawbacks of coaching multiple teams.
John Utter, Cooper
There is a three-week window, from mid-February to early March, that John Utter can worry primarily about himself rather than one of the three varsity sports he coaches at Cooper.
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