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STORY: John Brantley steps down at Belleview

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#1 sportsnut25


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Posted 19 April 2017 - 08:21 PM

Brantley had previously served as head coach at Trinity Catholic in Ocala from 2008-2014 where he won a state championship in 2010.



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Posted 21 April 2017 - 07:54 AM

The enigma of Belleview. Had practically no winning season since 2004 when they were undefeated and lost a close one in the 2nd round of the playoffs. No matter who was the the coach along the way they sometimes lost every game in a few seasons. Along comes Brantley, in the 2016 season, and all of a sudden they are a playoff team once again. Unfortunately, Belleview will revert to form. Unless a really strong and knowledgeable coach like Brantley takes over, this team will go back to being the same ol same ol. I still remember that team in 2004. Their offense, which was mostly a powerful ground game, was very difficult to stop. I'm quite sure, with Brantley as HC, they were a balanced offense and possibly out of the Power I formation. Hate to see him leave and am sure the team and fans are saying "what do we do now"?

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