Donnie Dziuk’s first game as a head football coach was a successful one.
Dzuik took over the position at Karnes City after Daniel Oelschlegel resigned last week for what he termed as “medical reasons.”
Dziuk, the track and field coordinator, was promoted from assistant head football coach to interim head coach.
The Badgers captured a 22-0 District 15-3A, Division II win over Dilley last week.
“The kids played their tails off,” Dziuk said. “I’m really happy with the way they played.”
Oelschlegel was in his second season as Karnes City’s athletic director and head football coach.
He was previously the offensive coordinator at Richland Hills. He was also an assistant coach at Bryan Rudder and Texas A&M-Kingsville.
The Badgers had a 4-6 record last season and were 3-3 in district play.
Karnes City has an overall record of 2-4 and a 1-1 district record, as it prepares to host Stockdale on Friday night.