Timberlake out as Panther football coach
After five seasons, Corydon Central High School’s head football coach Jason Timberlake has resigned.
Timberlake’s resignation was accepted yesterday (Tuesday) by the South Harrison Community School Corp. board of trustees at its regular monthly meeting.
On the gridiron, the Panthers finished this past season 1-9. In the five seasons with Timberlake at the helm, the team compiled a 19-34 record.
Timberlake, a 1998 graduate of Corydon Central and former player, took over the team in 2004. Prior to becoming head coach, he was the defensive coordinator and strength coach under Darin Ward for two seasons.
Timberlake’s most successful season came in 2004 when the Panthers finished the season 9-3. They reached the Class 3A sectional final that year, losing to Batesville 28-7.