Marsh honored for 30 coaching years


Rodger Marsh, left, was honored at Tuesday’s Hillsboro City Schools Board of Education meeting for serving for 30 years as a track and football coach at the school. “For 30 years I’ve been blessed to work with a lot of great kids. I don’t regret one minute of it. What I regret is facing the fact that it’s time to give it up and move on,” Marsh said. He added that during his regular law enforcement career, “We see the worse of the worse. But coming to coach track and football … there are still some great, great kids in our community. … I think it’s time for me to quit when one of the kids I coached (Tim Davis) is going to be the superintendent and (school board member) Larry (Lyons’) daughter (Hillsboro Assistant Athletic Director Darci Miles) is my boss.”

Rodger Marsh, left, was honored at Tuesday’s Hillsboro City Schools Board of Education meeting for serving for 30 years as a track and football coach at the school. “For 30 years I’ve been blessed to work with a lot of great kids. I don’t regret one minute of it. What I regret is facing the fact that it’s time to give it up and move on,” Marsh said. He added that during his regular law enforcement career, “We see the worse of the worse. But coming to coach track and football … there are still some great, great kids in our community. … I think it’s time for me to quit when one of the kids I coached (Tim Davis) is going to be the superintendent and (school board member) Larry (Lyons’) daughter (Hillsboro Assistant Athletic Director Darci Miles) is my boss.”


Rodger Marsh, left, was honored at Tuesday’s Hillsboro City Schools Board of Education meeting for serving for 30 years as a track and football coach at the school. “For 30 years I’ve been blessed to work with a lot of great kids. I don’t regret one minute of it. What I regret is facing the fact that it’s time to give it up and move on,” Marsh said. He added that during his regular law enforcement career, “We see the worse of the worse. But coming to coach track and football … there are still some great, great kids in our community. … I think it’s time for me to quit when one of the kids I coached (Tim Davis) is going to be the superintendent and (school board member) Larry (Lyons’) daughter (Hillsboro Assistant Athletic Director Darci Miles) is my boss.”

Rodger Marsh, left, was honored at Tuesday’s Hillsboro City Schools Board of Education meeting for serving for 30 years as a track and football coach at the school. “For 30 years I’ve been blessed to work with a lot of great kids. I don’t regret one minute of it. What I regret is facing the fact that it’s time to give it up and move on,” Marsh said. He added that during his regular law enforcement career, “We see the worse of the worse. But coming to coach track and football … there are still some great, great kids in our community. … I think it’s time for me to quit when one of the kids I coached (Tim Davis) is going to be the superintendent and (school board member) Larry (Lyons’) daughter (Hillsboro Assistant Athletic Director Darci Miles) is my boss.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/05/web1_Board-Marsh-pic.jpgRodger Marsh, left, was honored at Tuesday’s Hillsboro City Schools Board of Education meeting for serving for 30 years as a track and football coach at the school. “For 30 years I’ve been blessed to work with a lot of great kids. I don’t regret one minute of it. What I regret is facing the fact that it’s time to give it up and move on,” Marsh said. He added that during his regular law enforcement career, “We see the worse of the worse. But coming to coach track and football … there are still some great, great kids in our community. … I think it’s time for me to quit when one of the kids I coached (Tim Davis) is going to be the superintendent and (school board member) Larry (Lyons’) daughter (Hillsboro Assistant Athletic Director Darci Miles) is my boss.”

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