Chiefs Head Football Coach Perry Woolbright told his team this morning that he is leaving North Myrtle Beach High. Woolbright has taken the head coaching job at Batesburg-Leesville.
Woolbright was the head coach at North Myrtle Beach for four seasons. After going 0-20 his first two campaigns, the Chiefs had 5-5 and 9-3 records to finish the Woolbright era at North Myrtle Beach High.
North Myrtle Beach Athletic Director Joe Quigley said a search is already underway to find a new head coach for the Chiefs football team. Assistant coaches Steve Campbell, Ross Grall, and Jack Mundy are leading spring workouts until the school finds a new field boss.
As for Woolbright's departure, Quigley said, "It is a better financial opportunity for Perry."