Seely appointed coach of the ever-strong Jerome

As an assistant baseball coach at Dublin Jerome since 2018, Colin Seely knew he wanted an opportunity to work as a head coach.

While he still wanted to lead the baseball program, Seely was named golf coach, Jerome Boyes, pending approval by the school board. Joe Flynn stepped down after leading the Celtics to the Division I state championship in all of his two seasons.

“The ultimate goal for me is to be a head coach, but I’ve always wanted to be a head coach, so this will be a great learning experience for me to be able to rely on the other coaches in the building and keep growing,” said Seely, who will remain as an assistant baseball coach. as a coach.

“Colin understands the academic expectations of our athletes and is able to dedicate the time needed for our team to excel,” said athletics director Joe Blaine. “I have great confidence in Coach Seely.”

Seely graduated in 2013 from Jerome, and played baseball and football for the Celtics. He is a special education teacher in the school district.

“I play[golf]more recreationally, but some of my best friends were on the golf team when I was in high school,” he said. “I went to school in Jerome. I have lived this dynasty built over the past 15-20 years. I could not be more excited to go back and maintain this standard for the next generation.”

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