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Clay-Chalkville names interim baseball coach

By Gary Lloyd

CLAY — Clay-Chalkville High School has named its interim head baseball coach for the 2014 season.

Archie Roberts, an exceptional education teacher at the high school, will coach the Cougars this season.

Roberts, a 1998 Hoover High School graduate, most recently served as an assistant coach at Oneonta last season. He was the head coach at Ashville from 2010-2012, an assistant at Clay-Chalkville in 2009, an assistant at Pinson Valley in 2008 and was the head coach at John Carroll from 2006-2007.

Roberts played collegiately at Jefferson State Community College, Gadsden State Community College and the University of Montevallo.

Clay-Chalkville’s assistant coaches are Michael Franklin, Daniel Adamson and Bret Rogers.

“The team is in good hands and I am confident that this coaching staff along with the senior leadership on this team will make sure that we continue to work hard and have a successful season,” Clay-Chalkville High School Principal Michael Lee said.

Former head baseball coach Brandon Johnson resigned last week after seven seasons as the Clay-Chalkville head coach.

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