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Posted: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 12:00 pm

Cully Doyle has been named the new athletic director for the Medina Independent School District where he was a standout athlete more than 25 years ago.

“He was an all-star athlete and exceled in sports and academics. A lot of residents remembered his name and said they were ecstatic he was coming back,” said Medina Superintendent Kevin Newsom.   

“God opens doors, and I believe he opened this opportunity for me and my family. I am from Medina, and I believe this is a place for our family to grow,” Doyle said.

He and his wife Jennifer have three children, one in fifth grade, another in second grand and a third in kindergarten.

Doyle won an individual cross-country state championship in 1996 and was a member of the Bobcats cross-country championship team in 1997 while attending Medina.   

He was named the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s 1A-4A Cross Country Coach of the Year while coaching the Gonzales High School Lady Apaches.

The new AD also has coached at Burnett, Medina Valley and Hutto.

“This is my first time to be an athletic director for boys sports and girls sports, and it happened in a great community with great people,” said Doyle. “I look forward to making a lot of great memories here, and my most important goal is to meet every kid in the district.”  

Superintendent Newsom predicted AD Doyle will take Bobcat athletics to the next level.

“Coach Doyle will push our kids to do their best, and he will be at the finish line cheering them on. He is a good fit for our district and our community,” Newsom said.

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