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GIRLS SOCCER: Hermiston head coach resigns after six seasons


Hermiston Herald

Published on January 9, 2018 5:56PM

After six years at the helm of the Hermiston girls soccer team, head coach Danielle MacBride has resigned.

“It was a tough decision,” she said, “but I’m getting to the point in furthering my education that I just can’t dedicate the time it requires.”

MacBride also said she may be required to move within the next year.

She joined the program after one of its most successful seasons — a 11-3-0 record to close out 2011 — and leaves with a 24-35-10 overall record.

This past season, the Bulldogs finished second in the Class 5A Columbia River Conference and was ranked No. 20 in the state. Hermiston will prepare to move into the WIAA next year.

Per Hermiston athletic director Larry Usher, there is no immediate timeline to begin the hiring process for finding a new head coach.


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