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Head Coach

Phone: (304) ***-****  
Local Address:  Williamstown , West Virginia , United States

Employment History

  • Athletic Director and Head Football Coach
    St. Marys High School
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St. Marys High School Athletic ..., 8 May 2015 [cached]
St. Marys High School Athletic Director and head football coach Jodi Mote, a stroke survivor, speaks during the American Heart Association's Leadership Breakfast Thursday morning at the PARS Brain & Spine Institute.
But even proper diet and exercise cannot guarantee a life won't be touched by stroke or heart disease, a point driven home by another guest speaker, Jodi Mote, head football coach and athletic director at St. Marys High School.
In September, Mote became a stroke survivor as well.
"Words can't describe what I went through," he said. "I worked out. I did everything I knew to do."
A possible factor in his stroke, Mote said, was a patent foramen ovale, or PFO, an opening in the heart that normally closes at birth, but remains open for some people.
Mote expressed his appreciation for the care he received at Camden Clark Medical Center and the outpouring of support from the surrounding community.
"I just can't thank all these individuals enough," he said. "Most importantly, I just thank God that I'm able to be here, I'm able to be with my family and help anyone out who's suffered a stroke."
Mote is serving as the honorary chairman for the stroke side of the walk. He told the approximately 15 business and health care leaders present Thursday that he'd be happy to speak to any groups on their behalf, at no charge, to raise awareness.
"I'm not doing this for money. I'm doing this because I feel like it's what should be done," Mote said.
Mote was able to return to coaching the Blue Devil football team last year and resumed his athletic director duties this winter. After consulting with his primary care physician, he returned to the classroom March 1.
In the first meeting between the ..., 6 Dec 2014 [cached]
In the first meeting between the two schools during the regular season, St. Marys won 20-18 with head coach Jodi Mote watching the game at home after recovering from a stroke suffered earlier in the week. Mote has returned to coaching on the sidelines, while Williamstown is on a roll after having won seven straight games.
Similarly, Jodi Mote, ..., 31 Dec 2014 [cached]
Similarly, Jodi Mote, athletic director and head football coach for St. Marys, said it's time to refresh.
Mote said while the loss was hard, the road to the championship was a fun one.
"The season itself was just remarkable," he said. "Playing in the championship was just one of those games; you're gonna have a winner, you're gonna have a loser. Unfortunately we were on the losing end. I guess that's what makes it difficult."
Mote himself faced some adversity, having suffered a stroke at the end of September. Being able to finish out the season with his alma mater topped an excellent season.
"(The game) was very special," he said.
Upon returning from the game, Mote said the town rallied for the team.
"When we came back, they had a parade downtown," he said.
Mote said there is one final honor the St. Marys team will get.
"The St. Marys End Zone Club will have a banquet for the boys on Jan. 25," he said.
That same week, St. Marys head ..., 8 Dec 2014 [cached]
That same week, St. Marys head coach Jodi Mote suffered a stroke then was released from the hospital and returned home in time to watch the Oct. 3 game on television won by his Blue Devils, 20-18.
Whatever the phenomenon, something very ..., 4 Dec 2014 [cached]
Whatever the phenomenon, something very eerie appeared in a text message received by St. Marys football coach Jodi Mote following the Blue Devils' Class A semifinal win against Clay-Battelle last Saturday afternoon at Imlay Field.
"That game was hard in a way because Imlay Field is all I've known -I don't know how to describe it," Mote said.
"To be honest, two local teams like Williamstown and St. Marys playing for a state title will never happen again," Mote said.
"I haven't seen the white jerseys for a while," Mote said.
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