Sun Prairie appoints new western boys’ football coach | high school football

The Sun Prairie School District has taken another step to complete its coaching staff ahead of the split into East and West High Schools ahead of the 2022-23 school year.

Sporting director Eric Nee announced on Monday that Mike McIntosh will be Sun Prairie West’s first men’s football manager, offering a veteran youth and college coach the chance to lead Wolves in their first season.

McIntosh has coached alongside Sun Prairie’s Tok Kim, who was hired in 2018 to coach the Cardinals, the past two seasons while also holding a co-coaching title with Justin Packard for Stoughton’s women’s program, according to a press release from Nee. McIntosh has been involved in the Sun Prairie men’s soccer program for eight years and was a founding member of the Sun Prairie Soccer Club, which he helped lead and coach for 14 years.

“First and foremost, it is student-focused and always puts the student first,” Nee said. “He has done a lot to build our men’s football leadership program over the last two years as an assistant coach. His ability to help develop the students not just on the pitch but off the pitch was very evident during his interview. He also had a very clear vision for his program and insight into how he will approach each season. Mike is very well connected to our football community and we know he will build a hugely successful men’s football program at Sun Prairie West.

Sun Prairie went 17-2-5 in the fall and made the WIAA Division Tournament.

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