Chris Fraser Steps Down as CHS Football Coach

March 16, 2011

Chris Fraser has stepped down as the head football coach at Charlottesville High School and the school will begin an immediate search for a new head coach. Black Knight athletic director told CBS19 of Fraser's decision Thursday morning.

Fraser accumulated a 5-25 record in three seasons at Charlottesville, after taking over for Garwin Deberry following the 2007 season. Four of those wins came during the 2009 campaign, when the Knights finished 4-6. Charlottesville just endured an 0-10 season, but was dominated by youth on the roster.

We will have updates on the Charlottesville coaching search throughout Thursday.


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