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Employment History

  • Athletic Director and Head Football Coach
  • Assistant
  • Athletic Director
    Orangefield High School
  • Athletic Director and Head Football Coach
    Orangefield High School
  • Athletic Director and Head Football Coach
  • Offensive Coordinator
    Bridge City High School
  • First-Year Head Coach


  • Bridge City High School
  • Bachelor of Science degree , History
    Lamar University
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"These kids don't ever quit," Orangefield ..., 18 Sept 2015 [cached]
"These kids don't ever quit," Orangefield coach Josh Smalley said.
"We had some opportunities late but we weren't able to convert on those," Smalley said. "All we can do is get back to work and correct the mistakes we made tonight."
From the first snap, the Bobcats struggled to hold on to the ball, fumbling into the end zone where Lumberton's Michael Mott fell onto ball for a 6-0 lead just 16 seconds into the game.
"You have to give credit to their kids," Orangefield coach Josh Smalley said.
Josh Smalley, who was ..., 2 July 2012 [cached]
Josh Smalley, who was recently named the new athletic director and head football coach at Orangefield, has been busy looking to fill a couple openings on the boys' coaching side, plus has helped fill two new head-coaching positions on the girls' side of the ledger.
Smalley recently hired an assistant to help out the Bobcat boys program as Dennis Vansa joins the Orangefield staff, coming over from Hardin-Jefferson.
And on June 11, former Orangefield ..., 15 June 2012 [cached]
And on June 11, former Orangefield assistant and Bridge City native Josh Smalley was named the program's new head coach, replacing Brian Huckabay, who resigned May 21.
Smalley, a 1994 graduate of Bridge City High School, has spent the last four seasons as the offensive coordinator at Bridge City; before that, he was an assistant at Orangefield for two seasons (2006-07). He also spent time coaching at Little Cypress-Mauriceville and Vidor. This will be his first head coaching position.
"I'm thrilled," said the 36-year-old Smalley.
Smalley, a quarterback in high school, has a tough road ahead in what has become a legit Class 3A district with the likes of West Orange-Stark, Silsbee and Bridge City.
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Josh Smalley, athletic director at OHS, said the purposed of the
New Orangefield Athletic Director and ..., 11 June 2012 [cached]
New Orangefield Athletic Director and head football coach Josh Smalley receives a coaching shirt from Orangefield school board member Jack Smith Monday night at Orangefield High School. an Wade
ORANGE - A dream came true for Josh Smalley.
He's going to be a athletic director and a head varsity football coach.
Smalley, Bridge City's offensive coordinator the last three seasons, was recommended by the Orangefield School Board to become the new Athletic Director and head football coach of the Bobcats Monday night.
Smalley will replace Brian Huckabay, who stepped down from the position late this spring.
"I just thought this was a golden opportunity for me and I have always loved the environment here at Orangefield," said Smalley, who was offensive coordinator in Orangefield from 2006-08 before taking over a similar role at Bridge City, his alma mater. "It's such a fun place to be. Orangefield is such a tight-knit community, one that has always supported kids in everything that they do. I loved it here my first go-around and I can't wait to get in there and get my feet wet, meet all the kids and start getting ready for some football, it will be here before you know it."
Smalley is anxious to be an AD for the first time.
"I've been thinking about it for about the last four years," said Smalley.
Smalley graduated from Bridge City High School in 1994. He attended Lamar University where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in History in 1999.
He has also coached at Little Cypress-Mauriceville and Vidor.
He has taught special education, history and science.
Smalley has a splendid family that consists of wife Kim and stepsons Mason 16, Noah 14, and Christian 10.
It wasn't an easy decision for Smalley to leave the Redbird nest. Smalley was a all-around superb athlete when he played for the Cardinals, including being a excellent quarterback back in the early 1990s.
"You know, I love Bridge City to death, I was raised there, played there, so it was a long thought process," said Smalley. "I have so many friends and relationships there that has been built over a lot of years and that's not going to change. I love all the kids that I've been able to coach there and I truly love the ones that are there right now. I don't care if I'm in Utah, Orangefield or anywhere else, I will always have a special place in my heart for Bridge City."
Smalley, who has just about coached every sport in his stints at four Orange County schools, so he understands what each coach and each sport goes through. Plus, he's worked with some outstanding ADs in the past.
"I've been fortunate enough to work with so many outstanding coaches throughout the years," said Smalley.
A dream came true for Josh Smalley.
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