By Aaron Swaney, Herald Writer
EVERETT — The man named Tuesday as interim head football coach at Archbishop Murphy High School surrendered his teaching license in Oregon after an investigation concluded he engaged in inappropriate conduct with a high school student.
Michael Allison was hired as a physical-education instructor at Archbishop Murphy High School this summer and was an assistant football coach. His promotion came after Bill Marsh suddenly resigned as coach of what’s considered one of the strongest football teams in the state.
Allison, 41, could not be reached for comment Wednesday.
Archbishop Murphy athletic director Jerry Zander said the school was aware of the Oregon allegations before hiring Allison.
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