Redmond High School has selected Seth Womack of Eagle Point, Ore., as the new head football coach. Womack has been hired to replace former head coach, Brent Wasche, and will lead the Panthers forward into 2019 and beyond.
Womack brings 15 years of experience coaching both collegiate and high school football to Redmond High School. During the past six years he served as head coach and district athletic director for Eagle Point High School.
“Seth brings successful head coaching experience, a deep heart for student athletes, a strong knowledge base and unmatched enthusiasm for the task ahead,” said Redmond School District Athletic Director, Kevin Bryant. “Seth wowed the committee during the interview process and I know he will do the same with athletes, parents and coaches in the Redmond Panther football program.”
Womack will also serve as the new dean of student success at Redmond High School, replacing former head baseball coach Doug Taylor who is now serving as assistant principal at Redmond High School.
“I am thrilled to lead the Redmond Panther football program,” said Womack. “It is an honor to be working in this district with the coaches, parents and athletes. I am looking forward to the work ahead and to continue building on the strong tradition of football success at Redmond High School.”
Womack will begin his coaching duties July 18 and will immediately begin meeting with players, parents and coaches and continuing summer work toward the 2019 fall football season.