Wilmot names new varsity football coach

Wilmot Union High School will have a new varsity football coach next season.

Coach Erick Kaiser resigned his position as a math teacher and coach last week. The news release announcing the change said the resignation was for personal reasons. Kaiser was a math teacher at Wilmot.

Kaiser will be replaced as football coach by Keiya Square, the news release said. Square is a physical education teacher at Wilmot and the department chairperson.

Here is the news release from Herm Christiansen, athletic director:

Last week Coach Erick Kaiser resigned his position as a teacher and coach at Wilmot High School for personal reasons. Coach Kaiser was a role-model to many of his students as a coach, a teacher, and our strength and conditioning coordinator. Words cannot express enough the gratitude Wilmot High School has to Coach Kaiser and his wife Nikki. He has meant a great deal to the Wilmot Athletic Program, his athletes and his students in the classroom, not just on the football field, but in life. Wilmot has already hired as the new football coach Keiya Square. Keiya is a proven winner as a head coach in basketball, track, and as an assistant football coach at both Wilmot and Delavan-Darien High School. He is a great role model who has impacted many lives already in our school both as athletes and human beings. His services will be missed greatly as a Girls Basketball Coach and we will now begin the hiring process of finding a replacement.


One Comment

  1. WHS alum says:

    Bring back the real deal Coach J. R. Hoffman and watch Wilmot football become something again! Mean Panther Machine!

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