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Calhoun to step down as head football coach

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Calhoun to step down as head football coach
Calhoun to step down as head football coach
julianne.foster

Coach led the Trojans
for five winning seasons

Carrollton High School head football coach Sean Calhoun is stepping down after five seasons to pursue other football coaching opportunities.

Under Calhoun's watch, the Trojans produced five winning seasons, three region titles and five quarter-final appearances, compiling an overall record of 51-12.

"Coach Calhoun served our program well and we are appreciative for all he has done for Carrollton High School," said CHS Principal David Brooks. "We wish him the best in future pursuits." 

Dr. Mark Albertus, superintendent, said a search for a new head coach is under way and that long-time football coach Mark Loudermilk, who just completed his sixth season with the Trojans, will serve as interim head coach until a replacement is named.