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|Davis joins Vidalia staff|
After 12 years at Ferriday Junior High, Kale Davis was looking for something different. He was also missing seeing his son, rising Vidalia High junior Jamale Davis, compete.
Davis now has something different and will have a close-up view of Jamale competing and he has joined the Vidalia High football coaching staff.
"My time in Ferriday was good," said Davis, who served as head coach of the Ferriday junior high footbal team since 2000. "I enjoyed it and I think we did a good job of sending the best products to Ferriday High. But I'm looking forward to working at Vidalia. I know a lot of those kids and I'm looking forward to working with them."
Davis will be working under first-year Viking head coach Gary Paul Parnham, who was named head coach after Dee Faircloth retired last December.
"Coach Faircloth built a solid program here and now it's been turned over to good hands in Coach Parnham," Davis said.
Davis graduated from Vidalia High in 1991.
Davis will be teaching Careers for Education.
He will be working with the Viking defense on the football field.
"We're tickled to death to have Kale," Parnham said. "He is very knowledgeable about the game and we just feel at home with him here. He gets along with all the coaches and the kids were excited when they heard he was coming here. It's a blessing for us."
Davis said the feeling is mutual.
"I've been going up there while they are working out in the weight room and I've been impressed with what I've seen," Davis said. "There were a lot of young guys thrown into the fire, but now they are experienced. There's a good nucleus coming back. I'm looking to help instill a hard work ethic into them on the field, in the weight room and in the classroom. I'm stoked about it."
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