Cartersville High principal, Dr. Marc Feuerbach, comments on the selection process for a new Canes&#
With the departure of head coach Stuart Chester a few weeks ago, the Cartersville High School baseball program is in the process of selecting a new skipper.
Cartersville High School principal, Dr. Marc Feuerbach responded Tuesday to several questions regarding the hiring process for the Canes' new coach.
Kevin Pate of WBHF News spoke with Dr. Feuerbach and asked the following questions. Below you will find a link to the audio response from the Cartersville High School principal.
Was there a selection committee for the interview process?
How many applicants were there for the baseball position?
Is there a time table for the selection process and is there a focus on applicants within the school system or is the committee looking outside the system?
LINK to Dr. Feuerbach's response: CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.
Once selected, the new coach will replace Stuart Chester who left the program to take the head baseball coach position at Buford High School.
Chester, 52, spent 21 seasons at Cartersville High School and won six state baseball championships. His career coaching record is 563-148 with 532 of those wins coming at Cartersville. His teams won state titles in 2001, ’02, ’03, ’08, ’09, and 2013 while also amassing 14 region titles, 17 state quarterfinal appearances, 10 semifinal appearances, and eight appearances in the state finals.
He was an assistant coach one season for the Canes before taking the head coaching reins in 1997. Chester was inducted into the Georgia Dugout Club’s Hall of Fame in 2014.