Mountain Pointe (AZ) head coach Norris Vaughan resigns

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After nine years as the head of the Mountain Pointe High School football program, Norris Vaughan is stepping aside.  According to AZCentral.co, Vaughan is moving back to Georgia where he began his coaching career.

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Vaughan led the school to double-digit victories in eight of his nine seasons. He led the school to its only state championship in 2013.  Vaughan’s record with the Pride was 99-19.

This year, Mountain Pointe advanced to the 6A semifinals and spent a large portion of the year ranked in the High School Football America Top 100.

 

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