Feeback hired in Chanute


April 10, 2013 - 12:00 AM

CHANUTE — Jason Feeback, a former assistant football coach at Humboldt High, has been tapped to replace Don Simmons to head the Chanute High football team.
Feeback’s hiring was approved Monday by the Chanute USD 413 school board, the Chanute Tribune reported.
Simmons announced in January he was leaving to take over head coaching duties at Shawnee Mission North.
Feeback was a four-year assistant under Simmons as the Blue Comets’ offensive line coach. He also served as defensive coordinator for the school’s freshman team.
“I learned a lot from Coach Simmons,” Feeback told the Tribune. “Obviously, he’s had a ton of success here. So, there are things from all the coaches I’ve worked with that I’d like to replicate. I want to do what works and not do what doesn’t work. And a lot of stuff has been working.”
Prior to moving to Chanute, Feeback served as an assistant for five years at Humboldt. Before then, he coached at Pawnee Heights, taking over a winless team and leading it to a 7-2 record. He also coached a year as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Ottawa University.

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