Stewart steps down after one season at Poca

Teddy Stewart POCA HEAD SHOTPOCA, W.Va. — Teddy Stewart’s head football coaching tenure at Poca High School lasted just one season.

Stewart recently submitted his resignation after leading the Dots to an 0-10 record in 2014. Stewart had replaced longtime coach Bob Lemley who retired after the 2013 season (1-9). Lemley spent 24 years at the helm, collecting 141 wins, including state championships in 1994, 2001, 2002 and 2003.

Stewart, a Clay-Battelle High School graduate, previously spent a couple of seasons under head coach Jeremy Taylor at Hurricane. He was also previously a head coach at South Middle School in Morgantown, before joining John Kelley’s staff for three seasons at University High.

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