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Ben Kolstad resigns as Cary football coach

January 4, 2013
Cary High School



After nine seasons as Cary High’s head football coach, each of them ending with a trip to the playoffs, Ben Kolstad thought it was time for a change.

A new challenge awaits the coach who was 65-46 for the Imps (37-27 in conference play) and had been the longest-tenured coach in the Tri-9 Conference.

“I’ve been at Cary for 11 years and nine of them as a head coach, and it’s been nothing but unbelievable,” Kolstad said. “I just feel like I need a change. I think Cary needs a change too. I can’t be selfish and stay there. I need a change of scenery and a new opportunity.”

Kolstad posted four seasons with nine or more wins and won a share of the conference championship in 2005.

The 2005 season was also the coach’s longest playoff run with Cary, making it to the third round.

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Ben Kolstad resigns as Cary football coach


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