The prep coaching carousel has undergone lots of change in the south metro entering the 2015-16 school year.

•There are two new coaches on the football front. They are Ray Betton at Shakopee and Adam Fischer at Farmington.

Betton served as Holy Angels' coach the previous five seasons. He replaces Jody Stone, who resigned after nine years at the program's helm.

Fischer had a five-year tenure as Fridley's head coach before taking the Tigers' position. He replaces Mark Froehling, who stepped aside after 15 seasons.

•Jill Bailey was selected to replace Ryan Smith as the Jordan girls' tennis coach. Smith coached the Jaguars the past two seasons.

Bailey has coached boys 'and girls' high school tennis teams the past eight years at New Prague, United South Central and Martin County West.

•Prior Lake made three coaching changes in Julie Lundquist (girls' soccer), PJ Priest (girls' tennis) and Bob Schweim (boys' basketball). Priest also is the boys' tennis coach.

•Eastview will switch to co-coaches in its wrestling program. Coach Kurt Habeck and assistant coach Nick Fornicoia will team up to oversee the program.

New stadium kick off

Jordan will hold a rededication ceremony for its new football field and athletic complex Sept. 4 before the Hubmen take on Belle Plaine in their home opener at 7 p.m. Among the speakers is donor Dick Ames, for whom the field will be named.

Top performance

Senior Tait Kelly completed 16 of 33 passes for 263 yards and two touchdowns, rallying Red Wing past Northfield 20-15 on Saturday. His final completion was a 31-yard scoring strike to junior wide receiver Kipp Adams with 5.4 seconds left. The play capped a 97-yard drive that started with 1 minute, 43 seconds left in the game.