CARY—Cary High School has named an alumnus and a member of its sports hall of fame as its new head football coach, according to various media reports including the Raleigh News and Observer and HighSchoolOT.com.
Kurt Glendenning will guide the Imps’ football program, replacing Ben Kolstad, who left to take a position as head coach at Sanderson.
Glendenning is a 1980 graduate of Cary who has been at the school since 1987. He worked as the athletic trainer at Cary for 12 years and was the athletic director for nine years before stepping down from that position three years ago. He has been an assistant football coach at Cary for the last three seasons.
The new Cary head football coach is a graduate of UNC-Wilmington and earned his master’s degree from Georgia Southern.