Action comes after story showed the assistant coach had faced sexual misconduct allegations at prior school
Central Catholic High School, responding to a story in WW today, announced that it would no longer employ an assistant football coach who had worked at Central Catholic for four years despite having faced allegations of sexual misconduct at a prior school.
The coach, J...More
Central Catholic questions its hiring practices as sexual misconduct allegations surface about another football coach.
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Central Catholic High School today announced that freshman football coach Patrick Jay Wallace is finished at the prep football powerhouse."We have informed Jay that he will not be offered a coaching position at Central Catholic next year nor in subsequent years to come," Central Catholic president John Harrington tells WW. "Jay has never been a member of the teaching st...