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CH hires ex-major leaguer as baseball coach

Posted: Monday, July 2, 2012 10:15 pm

Central Heights ISD hired Robert Ellis as the school’s head baseball coach in a special school board meeting Monday.

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    • water123 posted at 9:18 am on Wed, Jul 4, 2012.

      water123 Posts: 10

      Good luck to CHS as they head into this new direction. This world is loaded with the critics who sit on the sideline and do nothing but complain. Time to applaud and support those who are trying to make a difference in the our youth, it is not an easy.
      Thank you school administrators, teachers, coaches and board members!

    • sideliner posted at 10:16 pm on Tue, Jul 3, 2012.

      sideliner Posts: 684

      Give it to Central Heights, they still think they are the VERY BEST at everything. No ego problems at that school.??? If it were not for transfers, the school would remain just as it was 40 years ago.

    • sfahoops posted at 8:27 am on Tue, Jul 3, 2012.

      sfahoops Posts: 4

      The superintendent has exchanged a known high quality coach for an unknown. Just because he played in the big leagues doesn't mean he will be a good coach. And judging from his resume, he wasn't good enough to stay in any one place for very long.