Maddox Steps Down at Monrovia
January 17, 2014 • 754 views
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Monrovia head football coach Ryan Maddox stepped down last Tuesday after leading the Wildcats program for six years.
The announcement shocked many in the local football community as Maddox, in little more than a half decade, had risen to legendary status.
Maddox completes a six year run at Monrovia unlike any other in school history. The Wildcats have gone 69-14 overall, including a perfect 30-0 in Rio Hondo League play since 2008. Six playoff appearances, six semifinals appearances, four title appearances, three titles, and one state appearance.
With replacement talks soon to begin names such as former Monrovia head coach Steve Garrison as well as former Azusa head coach Craig Schuster, who both currently serve on the Wildcats football staff, have surfaced along with offensive coordinator Don Davis.
Maddox cited the reason most often given in this current coaching climate that the responsibilities running and maintaining a high school football program are very taxing on his family time.