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Steve Hopkins retires as Harrisburg football coach

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HARRISBURG, Mo. (KMIZ)

Long-time Missouri high school football coach Steve Hopkins announced his retirement Monday as the head coach of the Harrisburg Bulldogs.

Hopkins has been coaching at Harrisburg since 2019, building the program from the ground up. He took a team that was 1-9 the previous year and turned it into four consecutive winning seasons.

At Harrisburg, Hopkins had a 29-15 record making it to the program's first ever district title game in 2020.

Before he went to Harribsurg, Hopkins coached at many schools around Mid-Missouri including Southern Boone, Boonville, Harrisburg and Warrensburg.

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