Central Crossing High School is looking for a new girls soccer after Alan Green resigned in late December, according to Comets assistant athletics director Dennis Dew.
In Green's only season, the Comets finished 0-17 overall and 0-7 in the OCC-Central Division to place last in the eight-team league behind champion Hilliard Davidson (6-0-1).
"He was a (stay-at-home dad) but decided he was going to look for a job," Dew said. "He lives out in Pickerington, so it was going to be a long drive for him."
Central Crossing had two seniors in Lena Beckwith and Mikala Shimmel last fall. The Comets didn't have a team during the fall of 2009 after the failure of the South-Western City levy.
The Comets had just two players - juniors Marissa Cajigal and Regan Townsend - who were in the program in 2008. Those two should be among the key players for next year's team, along with freshman forward Haleigh Cook.
Central Crossing is taking applications for the position until Feb. 11.