Bexley High School has concluded its search for a girls soccer coach without leaving the city. Jared Dombrowski has the job.

Bexley High School has concluded its search for a girls soccer coach without leaving the city.

Members of the Bexley City School District board of education approved a supplemental contract April 25 for Jared Dombrowski to succeed Scott Dempsey, who was not offered a contract for the 2011 season.

Dombrowski has been an assistant coach with the Capital men's program.

A graduate of Marshall University, Dombrowski teaches social studies in the Groveport Madison School District's Cruiser Academy, an accelerated, interactive-based program for students who are credit-deficient. He holds an NSCAA regional coaching license.

Bexley soccer parents Joe Myers, Kris Dawley and Denise Urell, along with team members Sara Prater, Jill Clark and Sidney Woodford served on the interview advisory committee, as did Bexley coaches Jim Strode and Greg Kullman, according to athletics director Molly Feesler.

Feesler and Bexley principal Harley Williams conducted preliminary interviews and narrowed the list to the three finalists. The committee provided questions for the candidates' interviews, met with the three finalists and gave feedback to Feesler before she made the final decision.

"I appreciate and respect the input of these committee members," she said.

All girls soccer players and parents are invited to meet the new head girls' soccer coach at 7 p.m. (tonight) Tuesday, April 26, in the Cassingham Complex Community Room.