Wagswoofs – On Wednesday, Jason Dumont, who served as the head coach for the Iowa City Regina football program, announced his retirement from the position.
After spending 17 years with the Regals, mostly as an assistant coach, he took over as head coach three years ago. Throughout his tenure at Regina, Dumont has held various positions such as head coach, defensive coordinator, and associate head coach. His expertise in defense played a crucial role in leading Regina to 11 state championship appearances, out of which they won seven state titles, including an impressive six consecutive titles from 2010 to 2015.
Under Dumont’s leadership, Regina’s football program achieved an impressive 23-7 record, with each season culminating in a spot in the IHSAA state playoffs. As head coach, he successfully guided the team to these accomplishments.
Regina Activities Director Taylor Hotek expressed her gratitude towards the unwavering dedication and passion of their football program’s coach, stating that it has left a lasting impact on the program and the lives of their student-athletes. She further added that the coach’s presence on the sidelines will be missed, and they are thankful for the remarkable legacy that he has left behind.
On November 3, the Regals’ season came to a close with a record of 9-2, as they were defeated in the state quarterfinals.
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