COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - Columbus High School is parting ways with head football coach Randal Montgomery after four seasons.
Montgomery confirmed to WTVA a report from the Commercial Dispatch on Tuesday. He says he was told the school wanted to go in a different direction.
Montgomery led the Falcons to a couple of playoff appearances but went 2-9 with a young team this season.
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