Rehobeth's head football coach retires

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(WTVY) -- Rehobeth head football coach Frankie Clark has decided to retire, marking the end of a five year tenure as the man in charge for the Rebels.

Clark has been the head coach of the Rehobeth since 2013 and in his time with the program, he led the Rebels to their first playoff appearance since 2005 stringing together a 16-35 overall record.

Rehobeth Principal Bobby Boyd has announced that Rebels' assistant coach Donny Gillilan an assistant coach has been named the interim head coach.



 
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