Selma High football coach Matt Logue has been growing a beard since June, when he pledged to his team that he wouldn’t shave until they lost a game. The Bears improved to 9-0 on the season Oct. 28 with a 47-14 win over Exeter that clinched the Bears’ first league title since 1997.
Selma High football coach Matt Logue has been growing a beard since June, when he pledged to his team that he wouldn’t shave until they lost a game. The Bears improved to 9-0 on the season Oct. 28 with a 47-14 win over Exeter that clinched the Bears’ first league title since 1997. NICK GIANNANDREA nickg@fresnobee.com
Selma High football coach Matt Logue has been growing a beard since June, when he pledged to his team that he wouldn’t shave until they lost a game. The Bears improved to 9-0 on the season Oct. 28 with a 47-14 win over Exeter that clinched the Bears’ first league title since 1997. NICK GIANNANDREA nickg@fresnobee.com

Selma clinches first league title in 19 years – now what will become of coach’s beard?

October 28, 2016 10:58 PM

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