Long-time Clovis West Coach Tim Randall to take reins of Football program

Buchanan’s Matt Merritt (No. 50) wraps up Clovis West sophomore quarterback David Pierro. The Bears (9-2) advance to face Arroyo Grande on Nov. 9 while the Golden Eagles finish the year 2-9. COURTESY OF AN EYE FOR IT ALL PHOTOGRAPHY

Following a weeks-long search, today Clovis West High School administration announced their recommendation of teacher and coach Tim Randall for the school’s Director of Football.

“We are very pleased to welcome Tim Randall as our next Director of Football at Clovis West,” said Athletic Director Matt Loggins. “Tim is a person of strong character who I believe will do a great job developing our young men into champions,” Loggins added.

Coach Randall joined the Clovis West coaching staff last year as a defensive line coach and has close to 30 years of teaching and coaching experience at the high school and junior college level in a variety of . Coach Randall’s knowledge of the fundamentals of football and the value of strength training, history of success, and experience building strong coaching teams and well-rounded student athletes all contributed to his selection from a field of more than a dozen candidates.

“I am very impressed with Tim’s past experiences and knowledge of football. Through hard work and discipline, I am confident our student-athletes will find success under Coach Randall’s leadership,” Loggins said. Randall will move into the lead role in the program immediately. A Clovis West High and Kastner Intermediate parent meeting to introduce Coach Randall is planned for 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 12 in the school’s lecture hall.