Dexter Football Without Koenig

Dexter Football Without Koenig

Goal of next coach will be to make Dexter football great By Nick LeBlanc Since Ken Koenig had more than 15 years of coaching experience, it was a surprise to many that, as head coach, he was unable to put together a winning season. In reality, Dexter has never consistently excelled at the sport. According to Michigan-football.com, Dexter has only had eight seasons, dating back to 1950, where they only lost two or fewer games and were truly dominant. The last time Dexter lost only two games was in 1989. …

Coach Koenig Resigns

Coach Koenig Resigns

After four years as the varsity football coach, Ken Koenig was asked to resign due to poor on-field results. By Nick LeBlanc Assistant Principal Ken Koenig was forced to resign after going 1-35 in four seasons as Head Coach of the Dexter varsity football team. Superintendent Chris Timmis, Principal Kit Moran, and Athletics Director Mike Bavineau all were involved with the decision to have Koenig resign. “We all have jobs to do,” Bavineau said. “We have to try to do what was in the best interest of the football program…