Sources: Adam Cook to Be Recommended as Whitehouse’s New Football Coach
Whitehouse offensive coordinator Adam Cook will be recommended as the Wildcats’ next football coach at a school board meeting Monday, two sources told ETSN.fm.
Cook, whose offense averaged 44.2 points per game in the regular season in 2012, will replace Randy McFarlin. McFarlin spent nine seasons as the Wildcats’ head coach and finished with a 59-43 record. He guided Whitehouse to three 10-win seasons, including last season when the Wildcats reached the area round of the postseason.
Whitehouse athletic director Richard Peacock told ETSN.fm the district interviewed six candidates out of 66 applicants for the job.
Cook will take over a Wildcats team that should contend for the District 16-4A title. Whitehouse is returning most of its key players, including quarterback Patrick Mahomes.