From the school:
Clay Angle has announced his resignation as the Curtis High School Head Football Coach. Clay has completed his second tour of duty with the Vikings after working with Bob Lucey in the 1980’s he returned to the coaching staff as the offensive coordinator for the 2006 season and Head Coach in 2007. Clay began his coaching career as an assistant coach under Bob Lucey in the fall of 1977. He served as the offensive coordinator for nine seasons. In 1986, Clay became the head coach of the Curtis Junior High football program.
Clay was a member of the Curtis High School Class of 1973. During his high school career he lettered in football, basketball and tennis. He also participated in baseball and track and field. In 2005, Clay was inducted into the Curtis High School Athletic Hall of Fame. He attended the University of Puget Sound beginning in the fall of 1973. During his career Clay was a three-year letterman, two-time team captain, and selected Little All Northwest Honorable Mention as a quarterback during his senior season.
After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Social Studies with History emphasis and Washington State teaching certificate Clay was hired in the University Place School District in the fall of 1977. He had returned to the school district in which he attended since the second grade.
During Coach Angle’s tenure as the head coach the Curtis Football team qualified for the playoffs in every season including trips to the semifinals (vs. Skyline 2010) and quarterfinals (vs Skyline 2009) with an overall record of 56-20.
The head coach position will be posted by the University Place School District later this week with an approximate closing date of January 9, 2015.