SPASH head football coach resigns
For the Gazette
STEVENS POINT – SPASH school officials have announced that head football coach Pete McAdams has resigned his coaching position due to personal reasons.
McAdams served as the head football coach at SPASH since 2000 and has led the Panthers to an overall record of 146-72 during his tenure. He stepped away from this role for the 2011 season and then returned in 2012. His teams have won six Wisconsin Valley Conference/Valley Football Association championships and reached the state semifinals two times during his seasons as head coach and led the Panthers to a state runner-up finish in 2010. McAdams was named the conference coach of the year seven times and was also recognized twice as the Green Bay Packers High School Coach of the Week.
SPASH officials are presently working to appoint an interim varsity head coach for the 2021 season. A formal search and hiring process for a permanent head football coach will begin later in the school year. McAdams will continue to teach social studies at SPASH.