Natomas High Hires New Football Coach

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Natomas High School has hired Jeff Remington as its new football coach.

Remington comes to Natomas High with an impressive prep and college record as a coach.

Remington previously coached at Gunn High School in Palo Alto, where he took over a team which had not had a winning football season for 26 years. During his four years as head coach at Gunn High School, the team did not have a losing season and advanced to the Central Coast Section playoffs for the first time in the school’s 37-year history.

Remington left Gunn to become an assistant football coach at the University of Minnesota, Morris campus, where he was the offensive line coach and strength and conditioning coordinator. In 2003, he returned to the Bay Area as offensive line Assistant Head Coach at Foothill Community College in Los Altos. For three years the team was ranked in the top 20 nationally – and two years in the top five – for junior colleges.

In 2007, Remington moved on to take a coaching position at Sacramento State where started as an offensive line coach, and became the Offensive Coordinator/Running Game. He is finishing his Master’s Degree and will also be teaching special education at Natomas High.

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