Yesterday, Brownsboro ISD Superintendent Chris Moran announced that High School Football Coach and Athletic Director Ty Thomison has been placed on administrative leave.
Moran told The Athens Review — which broke the story — that he could not go into detail on the specifics of the administrative leave, but issued a statement concerning Thomison’s departure and his interim replacement.
The following is the text of Dr. Moran’s statement:
George Losack has been named Interim Athletic Director for the Brownsboro Independent School District in the absence of Ty Thomison who has been placed on Administrative Leave. Mr. Losack has 37 years of experience in education, including service as head football coach and athletic coordinator at both A&M Consolidated and San Marcus High Schools. He has served as an assistant principal for Brownsboro High School for 8 years. District officials are considering all options for leadership of the athletic program and will make the appropriate decisions at the appropriate time. In the meantime, we are thankful to have Mr. Losack’s experience and willingness to serve the students and staff during this time.
Thomison has been coach of the Bears for the past two seasons.
ON TAP TONIGHT
The red-hot Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals will be at home tonight to take on Jacksonville College. Tip-off is set for 5:30 p.m. If you can’t make the game, listen in on a live stream.
WHAT YOU MISSED
January is School Board Recognition Month in Texas. We listed the boards of each school district in the county.
We learned that the City of Malakoff has its own Facebook page now.
Obituary for Alice ‘Bobbie’ Berry Rodeghier.
WHAT OTHERS ARE TALKING ABOUT
The Athens Review is reporting that two people were killed in a Tuesday accident on Loop 7. The accident involved a car and a truck. Names have not yet been released, however police said none of the victims were local.
The Ghostriders Drill Team took first place at the Fort Worth Stock Show’s “All Western Parade” last Saturday. The team includes riders from Henderson County. Find out more about the team on its website or its Facebook page.
Chapel Hill ISD is in mourning after a 15-month-old girl was accidentally killed by a school bus.
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