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Alleged Illegal Practice Forces Dodge City Football Coach To Resign
02/09/2010

A Dodge City coach resigns among allegations that he violated a rule enforced by the Kansas High School Athletic Association.

Justin Burke has spent the past five years as the head football coach and head track coach at Dodge City High School. The school board met Monday night to discuss the violation and later accepted Burke's resignation.

The district would not release the details of the violation. However, Burke acknowledged in a statement that the alleged violation was an illegal practice. This year, the Dodge City Red Demons enjoyed their most successful football season since 1994 going 8-3 and into the second round of the 6A playoffs. Burke was 26-21 during five years at head coach at Dodge City.

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