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In his nearly two decades at the helm of the Western Alamance football program, Hal Capps turned the Warriors into powerhouse, winning a state title and becoming a playoff fixture.
On Monday morning, he announced that he was ready for a new challenge.
Capps informed his team that he was resigning to take the head coaching job at Mooresville High School.
In 18 seasons at Western Alamance, Capps turned the Warriors into a model of consistency, reaching the postseason 12 times â€” including an active streak of eight straight seasons â€” and the state championship game four times. He leaves the Warriors with a record of 168-69 with 15 winning seasons.
In 2007, after three straight state title game losses, Cappsâ€
A Williams High School graduate, Capps played college football at Catawba before stints as an assistant coach at Lumberton and Eden Morehead.