Kemp ISD athletic director resigns

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : May 8, 2014

Monitor Staff Reports
KEMP–Athletic director and head football coach Greg Anderson has resigned his position with the Kemp Independent School District.
TheMonitor has not been able to confirm if Anderson has accepted another position.
Kemp ISD recently conducted interviews to fill his position. The school district reported that the interviewing committee finalized their selection. A candidate was offered the position and accepted it.
Anderson’s replacement was introduced to the coaching staff Tuesday afternoon and a formal decision was announced Wednesday by the district. Please see Sunday’s edition of The Monitor for more information on the new athletic director and head football coach for the Kemp Yellowjackets.
Anderson started with Kemp in 2008. According to, his overall record that year was six wins and six losses, with three wins and two losses in district play. It was his best season during his career with Kemp schools.
This past season was hopeful with an overall record of two wins and eight losses and a district record of two wins and four losses. Kemp beat Quitman 27-3 and Grand Saline 43-18, but lost to Palmer, Ferris, Grace Community, Mabank, Eustace, Lone Oak, Malakoff and Winnsboro.
In 2009, Anderson’s overall record fell to two wins and seven losses from his 2008 season and he failed to secure any wins in district play and suffered five losses. Results improved slightly in 2010 with an overall record of three wins and seven losses for the season and one win and four losses in district play.
The following year, 2011, was a rough year for Anderson and the Yellowjackets. His overall record for the year fell to ten losses and no wins and also five losses in district play.
Improvement was slight in 2012 with one win and nine losses in overall play and one district win and five losses.