MASON CITY, Iowa – The Mason City High School Athletic Department announced Friday afternoon that it has selected its next head football coach.
The Mohawks have chosen current Davenport North coach, Brandon Krusey.
He has a career coaching record of 84-70, but most importantly, he has a history of turning programs like Mason City around.
North went 1-8 during his first season, but finished 5-4 in 2018 where he was named District Coach of the Year.
Athletic Directory, Barry Andersen, is positive that Krusey will do the same in the River City.
“He’s been a head coach at three different schools and he has turned each of those programs around into winning records. So we’re excited that what he brings to help our program improve each year,” said Andersen.
The official hiring of Krusey still pends approval from the school board. The decision will be finalized on Feb. 18.
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