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Windermere Observer Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 1 year ago

Windermere football coach Greg Miller resigns -- Observer Preps

The first-year head coach stepped down this week after the Wolverines went 0-10 in their inaugural season.
by: Steven Ryzewski Senior Sports Editor

Windermere High athletic director Fred Priest confirmed Tuesday that Wolverines football coach Greg Miller has resigned. 

Priest said that he and the administration at Windermere High are actively looking for the program’s next head coach.

The first-year program did not have any seniors as there are none on campus this year, and struggled to an 0-10 season in which it scored just seven total points (on two safeties and two field goals) and allowed an average of 41.9 points per game.

Miller previously was an assistant at Freedom High and had prior experience coaching at the collegiate level.

Steven Ryzewski is the Senior Sports Editor for, as well as all three of Observer Media Group's print publications in Orange County. He is a graduate of the University of Central Florida....

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