Waco Halfway’s Jeff Hulme would be the subsequent head soccer coach at Mansfield Legacy, the school district’s athletics account introduced on Twitter Thursday afternoon. David Smoak of SicEm365 Radio was the first to report the news.
Hulme will take over for Chris Melson, who resigned in May to go into private business in Oklahoma. Mansfield Legacy has performed varsity soccer for 13 years and Melson has been the college’s solely head coach.
Hulme isn’t any stranger to Mansfield ISD. He was the pinnacle coach at Mansfield from 2008 to 2015. In 2015 he led Mansfield to a 12-3 report and a district title earlier than he took over at Halfway. Hulme additionally coached at Fort Bend Clements.
In 17 years as a head coach, Hulme has a 137-67 report.
Hulme received a district title in every of his first 4 seasons at Halfway, however this previous season — paired in a district with DeSoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville and others — Halfway completed with a 2-7 report.
Hulme will now take over a Legacy program that additionally went 2-7 a 12 months in the past.
— MISD Athletics Dept. (@MISDathletics) June 3, 2021