The Prince George Kodiaks will have a new head coach and director of football operations for the 2023 season.
The organization felt a new direction was required to meet the needs of football in the North and have agreed to part ways with coach Keon Raymond.
Raymond, from Calgary, led the Kodiaks to a 1-9 inaugural season in the British Columbia Football Conference. With a very young, but talented team the Kodiaks played well in many games but were unable to add wins throughout the season.
“Coach Keon certainly helped to establish the foundation of the Kodiaks in our Inaugural Season of the BCFC,” said Craig Briere – Kodiaks President. “The Kodiaks were well supported by fans and the game experience was certainly an entertaining atmosphere. Keon was a great ambassador for the team and will always have a place in Kodiaks history as our first head coach.”
“Coach Keon was an integral part of our getting to play our first game in Prince George and I thank him for all he did to help us get to this stage,” said Ken Newell – Kodiaks Vice President. “I am excited for next season and the opportunities that lay before us. I want to wish Coach Keon and his family all the best as we both move forward.”
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