Chris Anderson is in his first year as head football coach at Fountain Valley High, but he is aware of what the Barons have been doing in recent years.
Anderson, 33, enters his 10th year coaching in the Sunset League in 2019. He was the offensive line coach at Newport Harbor for eight years before taking the same role at Corona del Mar last season.
“People kind of forget that [Fountain Valley] is a place with a lot of great tradition, a lot of good people,” said Anderson, who was hired in January after Jimmy Nolan resigned. “It’s one of those things, when I came on board, I was like, ‘I need to start reaching back out to the alumni base.’ ”
Kyle Middlebrooks, the former Fountain Valley standout and Arizona State running back, was one of the people who got a call. Middlebrooks is back at his alma mater this year as a receivers coach on a staff that has other familiar names.Advertisement
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