Williams meets old friends in Bryson
BRYSON – It’s a homecoming of sorts for new Bryson Softball Coach James Williams.
Williams, who has 23 years of high school coaching and four years of junior college coaching experience, has coached with Bryson Superintendent David Stout and Principal Eric Wilson when they were on the staff at Boyd together. He has also worked with present Bryson AD Jason Briles and assistant coach Hunter Hayes while at Graham, where he spent six years as an assistant coach before coming to Bryson.
Knowing the staff at Bryson and already doing some head softball coach chores in Graham made the choice easy for Williams.
“I was already doing the scheduling and some of the other head coach stuff, so I decided to make the switch,” Williams said. “I wasn’t sure I wanted to do it again but there’s a lot of good things going on here with not only the athletics but the academics as well. It’s great working with people you know as well.”
For further details, see the July 21 Herald-Gazette.