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Mike Propst-West Brunwick/ Martin Samek-Parkland/ Marcus Caldwell-West Forsyth

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8:00pm - Mike Prospt

Mike Propst is one of the assistant Football Coaches at West Brunswick High School. He was a former Head Football Coach at Watauga High School, Boone NC, Keenan High School, SC, R.J. Reynolds High School, NC, York High School, SC and Ashley High School, NC.

A lot of his former football players have been asking about him so I am bringing him on to talk about the old days as well as the new days. We will talk about Anthony Levine, 2x Super Bowl Champion and Defensive Back for the Baltimore Ravens. We will also talk a little bit about Andy Teasdall, a punter for the top ranked Clemson Tigers football team.

 

8:30pm- Martin Samek

Martin Samek is the Head Football coach at Parkland High School in Winston Salem, NC. A native of Crucible, PA, Coach Samek started his coaching career at Waynesburg Central in PA while attending and playing football at California University of PA where he graduated in 1998. Samek moved to Gaston County NC to be Assistant Coach at North Gaston High School. 

Samek has been Defensive Coordinators at St Stephens, Mount Tabor, and East Forsyth. In 2009, Samek took the Head Football Coach position at Grimsley High School, then went on to Southwestern Randolph in 2010 to be the Head Football Coach their. In 2013 Samek took the Head Football Coach duties at Parkland High School. We will talk about how he's taken a losing program to 7-1 and 2-1 in the conference.

 

9:00pm- Marcus Caldwell

Caldwell is a RB/DB for the West Forsyth Titans, coming off a 33-27 win over Mount Tabor, we'll talk about that win and his expectations for the rest of the season. We will also touch on his plans to play at the next level as well as what it's like being a high school football play in a social media age and being a student athlete.

 

 

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