Hobbs itching to get Cardinals' grid season underway
While some of Wes Hobbs’ friends in the business of teaching and coaching are charting new paths in and towards retirement, the head football coach at Medical Lake High School continues to charge ahead in both of the family businesses.
Earlier in the summer Hobbs spent a few weeks, as he always does, on the family farm near Pullman. Then he scrubbed off the dust, shook out the chaff and hung the whistle around his neck, like his dad, Ray, did for so many years at Pullman High School, and later at Colton.
As he approaches his mid-50s later in October, Hobbs, a resource room teacher at Chen...
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