The Star Tribune has a nice article about the impact that football coaches have on their players over a lifetime.
“Some coaches learned from men who are still active in the game. Roger Lipelt, who coached at Wayzata from 1976 until 1998, came out of retirement in 2004 to coach at Providence Academy in Plymouth, where he remains. Among his players at Wayzata was current Trojans head coach Brad Anderson.”
From the Strib’s article: Lessons learned and applied.