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Employment History

Wrestling Coach

North McKinney High School


Courier-Gazette and Rod Johnson McKinney North Head Coach

McKinney ISD


North High School Head Coache

McKinney ISD


Head Wrestling Coach

McKinney ISD


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Board, Cody

www.ccfreedomfighters.com [cached]

North McKinney High School wrestling coach Shawn Brasher remembered Pfc.
"As far as wrestling goes, he was one of those where it really didn't come easy," Mr. Brasher said. "He had to work hard for everything he accomplished. PFC. Board, a 130-pound wrestler, was known for his offbeat sense of humor. "His peers loved him," Mr. Brasher said.


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Shawn Brasher sbrasher@mckinneyisd.net - Head Wrestling Coach


McKinney Courier-Gazette Online

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McKinney Courier-Gazette/Rod Johnson McKinney North head coach Shawn Brasher, shown, at right, in practice with one of his athletes, plans to show his young pupils the way in the school's first season in UIL wrestling. The McKinney North Athletic Department welcomed a new sport to the Bulldogs family this year as well as a new teacher and head wrestling coach.Shawn Brasher was brought over from McKinney High School to get the North wrestling team up and going.Brasher graduated from McAlester High School in Oklahoma where he wrestled for four years.He was the state runner-up two of those years and finished third once."I came to McKinney and to Faubion to get my foot in the door," said Brasher."I knew that North would be looking for a head coach to start up its wrestling program, and when it was offered I gladly took it."The wrestling program is in off season at the present time and Brasher's numbers are low with eight wrestlers."We should get some boys from the football team when that season is over and I hope that we get a few more interested athletes before then to workout during off season," Brasher explained.In order to have a solid varsity and junior varsity program, Brasher is looking for about 30 wrestlers, although he welcomes all athletes that want to come out.That is one of the many points that Brasher will have to focus on in his inaugural season with the Bulldogs' program."Right now I just want to focus on building a successful program," commented Brasher.


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North McKinney High School wrestling coach Shawn Brasher remembered Pfc.
"As far as wrestling goes, he was one of those where it really didn't come easy," Mr. Brasher said. "He had to work hard for everything he accomplished." Pfc. Board, a 130-pound wrestler, was known for his offbeat sense of humor. "His peers loved him," Mr. Brasher said.


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North McKinney High School wrestling coach Shawn Brasher remembered Pfc.
"As far as wrestling goes, he was one of those where it really didn't come easy," Mr. Brasher said. "He had to work hard for everything he accomplished." Pfc. Board, a 130-pound wrestler, was known for his offbeat sense of humor. "His peers loved him," Mr. Brasher said. "We all loved him. Pfc. Board placed fifth in district wrestling competition, his former coach said. "He liked tearing guys up," his father said.


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