Dallas Greenhill elevates Tony Banks to take over program as new head coach

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On the heels of Casey Selfridge’s recent decision to step away, Dallas Greenhill found his replacement, naming Hornets assistant Tony Banks as the team’s new head coach.

Dallas Morning News editor Greg Riddle was the first to report the hiring.

The school also issued a press release.

Banks is most well known for his time in the NFL as a quarterback, winning the Super Bowl in 2000 as a member of the Baltimore Ravens.

Greenhill was 1-9 last season under Selfridge, who produced a 7-23 record during his three-year tenure.

Greenhill is part of the Southwest Preparatory Conference.

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