School trustees have accepted the resignation of Cowboy football coach Ryan Fetherson.
It was submitted at the April 9 meeting.
Fetherson came to Conrad hopeful of rebuilding a program, and as a first year coach he won one game, the season opener against Harlem.
Fetherson has accepted a position as an assistant coach at Carroll College. CHS principal Ken Larson told the I-O on Monday morning, “A search committee is already looking for a new coach. We’re disappointed to see him go, and so are the kids.”
In addition to Fetherson, Michael Caudle, an English-Art teacher at the high school has also submitted his resignation, which was accepted and Stacy Aaberg submitted her resignation as cheerleading coach.
Exploring America, Great fun for all! Eleven Conrad High School students and six adults embarked on an incredible adventure.
After an interesting arrival due to weather in Denver we met up with students from Shelby and Culbertson and were underway.
Our journey began at our Nation’s Capital, Smithsonian Museums, The National Archives and an evening performance of ‘Shear Madness’ at the Kennedy Center.
The CHS track teams hit the road and competed in a Fairfield meet, in Great Falls and then went to Havre on Saturday.
In the Fairfield meet, the team places and scores for the girls went like this: 1. Belt-137, 2. CMR-100, 3. Fairfield-80, 4. Choteau-52, 5. Cascade-44, 6. C-JI-27, 7. Simms-25, 8.GFH-20, 9. Conrad-17, and 10. Augusta-16.
For the Cowgirls, junior Taryn Erickson placed sixth in the 1600m run in 6:33.7 and sixth in the 3200m run with a time of 15:44.89.
In the field events, Jayde Richardson tied for second in the high jump, clearing the bar 4-04. She also placed second in shot put event, heaving the round ball 26-03.