Yarrington tabbed to lead Black Hills football
The Black Hills football Twitter account announced this morning that Dominic Yarrington has been hired to take over as head football coach. Yarrington comes to Black Hills after two seasons at West Seattle and will replace Jack Zilla, who resigned earlier this year.
Yarrington will be on his fifth head coaching job at Black Hills. In 1998, Yarrington took on a challenge at Tyee where he was able to increase turnout numbers and finished with a 2-5 record in his only season at the helm of the Totems. He then guided White River from 1999 to 2002 and posted four winning seasons. After a year as an assistant, Yarrington took over at Lindbergh in Renton compiling a 26-17 record over four seasons including a 10-2 season in 2009. He spent the last two years at West Seattle posting a 9-9 record for the Wildcats.
He will have a challenge at Black Hills taking over a program that went 4-5 last season. But just one of those wins came in the extremely tough 2A Evergreen Conference that features Tumwater, Capital and WF West.
Posted on April 4, 2013, in Black Hills HS, Football, High school. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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