McMillan Resigns at Rock Hills; Heading to Beloit

Rock Hills High School head football coach Brock McMillan has resigned from that position as well as his social studies and physical education teaching spots to teach similar classes at Beloit High School.  McMillan was approved by the USD 273 Board of Education to teach social studies at their monthly meeting on Monday night.  There is a possibility that some coaching positions could also be in his future with the Trojans.

McMillan, a 2008 graduate of Jewell High School, spent the past six years at Rock Hills.  He took over the football program in 2013 when Sam Meyers resigned from that position to be the principal at Rock Hills.  In six seasons with the Grizzlies, he took his team to the playoffs three times.  They compiled a 39-18 overall record in that time.  This past season, Rock Hills finished 8-2, winning their opening playoff game over Doniphan West 70-20, but falling in the Regional round at home to a very good Axtell team to finish off their season.  While at Rock Hills, McMillan also coached track & field from 2014-2017.

We had a chance to talk with McMillan here at KD Country 94 & Z 96.3 “The Lake” Sports.  He offered some thoughts on his time at Rock Hills.

For our full interview with McMillan, click this link: Brock McMillan Interview

KD Country 94 & Z 96.3 Sports will continue to track this story and pass along any information on a new hire as it becomes available.

 

 

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A lifelong Kansan, Dusty grew up in WaKeeney, KS and knew by the 7th grade that he wanted to do play-by-play broadcasting. After graduating from Trego Community High School in 2001 and obtaining a Radio Broadcasting degree from Colby Community College in 2003, he began working as the Sports Director at KD Country 94 & Z 96.3 "The Lake". In 16 years of broadcasting high school sports in Kansas, Dusty has called over 1,300 games, including 25 KSHSAA State Championship games or matches. He was also named the 2017 KSHSAA Oscar Stauffer Sportscaster of the Year and has won multiple Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards. When he's not traveling all over the state covering high school sports, Dusty enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He also advocates for many people fighting neuromuscular diseases, including Dermatomyositis, of which Dusty was diagnosed with in January of 2015.