Jenni Sipe was chosen to be the next girls soccer coach at Flathead High School.
Flathead Activities Director Bryce Wilson announced that Sipe emerged as the top candidate to replace Cory Wilson, who resigned after four seasons as head coach.
The school board will finalize the hire.
“Jenni is passionate about developing girls into leaders through sport, soccer, and has a strong desire to lead the Flathead Bravettes soccer program with positive energy and hard work,” Wilson stated. “She outlined her vision during the interview with details for leading the program with communication, fun and commitment. Jenni has seen the effects of positive culture and climate in a ‘4A’ sports program in Washington and is excited to bring this synergy to the Bravettes soccer program.”
Flathead finished 3-7-2 overall last season.
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