CHELAN — Travis Domser has been named as the new head football coach at Chelan High School.
Domser will replace Darren Talley. The Chelan School District didn’t renew Talley’s contract following the 2012 season.
Domser has coached at the high school and college levels. He comes to Chelan from Clovis East High School in Clovis, Calif., where he was the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator.
“Travis brings high energy and high tempo practices and schemes that I believe will be very exciting for all involved,” Chelan athletic director Rob Rainville said in a press release.
“His desire to come in and add to the success that has already been established here has been a focus, and he shared that with the team.
“Travis has a passion for football, and has a passion for kids. He wants students involved in everything. He is an advocate for what Chelan offers and everything it stands for. I truly believe that Travis will make a positive impact on and off the field here in Chelan not only for our students, but our school and our community as well.
“We are fortunate to have Travis as the head football coach and teacher in Chelan. We are excited about what he brings to our programs, and that he will be maintaining the success that has been established here.”