By Carl Holcomb
Moorefield Examiner –
Looking outside and seeing a child throw a snowball created a vision of the next quarterback for Moorefield.
It is on snowy days such as last Tuesday where we can sit back and reflect on accomplishments.
Moorefield’s Josh See was selected as the 2013 Class A Potomac Valley Conference Football Coach of the Year and it is under his tutelage the next young person will step up into becoming a football player.
Achieving this accolade has more to do with the entire team and coaching staff according to See.
“It’s a great honor to be named the coach of the year, but it is more of a team credit than anything else,” Coach See remarked.
“It is a total team effort, the assistant coaches with all the hours they put in and the players’ effort. It is an accomplishment from out of season.”
Coach See’s assistant coaches and staff personnel include: Jeremy Cheshire, Dennis Hill, Brian Wilson, Joe Dolan, Randy Wilson, Ben Whetzel, Eric Linville, Tony Dolan, Buddy Cullers, Dennis Evans, Dale Phillips, and Richard Davy.
Coach See knows all about the history and teamwork that developed Moorefield into a powerhouse.
Coach See is a 1992 Moorefield graduate, spent 11 seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, and has been the head coach for six years.
For Coach See, this is the second time receiving this honor during his six-year tenure as head coach.
Moorefield won the PVC regular season title and the coaches typically vote for the coach of the year from the winning PVC team each season.
“It’s a personal goal, but a credit to the entire program. The team and program won the conference. It goes hand in hand with what you’re trying to do,” Coach See noted.
Moorefield Football doubled its win total this season from the year before with ten victories.