Hall To Lead Lexington Minutemaid Soccer

Hall To Lead Lexington Minutemaid Soccer
New Lexington Girls Soccer Coach Jesse Hall with his family-Courtesy Photo
June 6th, 2023 | Jayson Jorgensen

Lexington-Lexington High School has announced that assistant Jesse Hall will take over as head coach of the Minutemaid girls soccer program. He replaces Keith Allen who had spent the last 18 years coaching Lexington girls soccer. Allen led both the Lexington girls and boys to the Class B state tournament during his time as head coach. Hall has been an assistant at Lexington since 2015. In that time the Minutemaids have seen steady improvement including going 12-5 this season and a berth in the District Final. Hall is a 2004 graduate of Blair High School. After High School, he attended ITT Technical Institute, earning his degree in that field. He works for Orthman’s manufacturing as an IT specialist in Lexington. Since coming to Lexington Hall has been very active in the Unifut Soccer Club which has made a real difference in helping the Lexington high school teams have a great deal of success the last several years.

Hall says excited about this opportunity with Lexington soccer. “I am excited and honored to be in charge of this program and to work with Coaches Prososki and Ortiz to help this program become elite and challenge for a state championship. Some of the happiest moments in my life have been while on the sideline of a soccer field. With the support of my family, I will give everything that I can to the Lexington Soccer Family. Thank you to the community, administration, parents, and players for trusting me with this great responsibility. Go Lex!”


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