Moffat County High School Football Coaches Let Go

BULLDOGSWild West Radio News has confirmed that all six Moffat County High School football coaches have been let go.  Former head coach Kip Hafey, who will continue to teach at Moffat County High, declined to comment. School district Superintendent Brent Curtice also declined to comment, but did say that job openings  in the district will be posted tomorrow.  The coaches were under fire from parents of Freshman football players that say they were beaten and humiliated at the hands of their teammates during a football camp in Evanston, Wyoming last month.  The parents have questioned the supervision provided to the kids during the overnight hours.  A criminal investigation is being conducted by the Evanston Police Department. They are hoping to be in Craig next week to conduct interviews. Moffat County High School Principal Kelly McCormick has been in town since Tuesday, conducting interviews with those involved in an internal investigation.  Curtice released a statement yesterday that can be seen below:

“Moffat County High School administration has concluded an internal investigation of the football camp allegations. The administration has followed school board policies and procedures keeping the safety of our students our top priority. The school district will not comment on the specifics of the investigation or any discipline imposed as a result of this investigation due to the privacy rights of students and staff.”