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Argyle High School Names Chance Rose Next Varsity Boys’ Soccer Coach
Argyle ISD Communications

Argyle High School has named Chance Rose as the next varsity boys’ soccer coach.

Rose previously served as a head coach at Denton Braswell, Burleson Centennial and was an assistant at Cedar Hill. He has over 10 years of head coaching experience and has led teams to the playoffs on six occasions.
“We are excited to have Coach Rose leading our program,” Argyle ISD Athletic Director Todd Rodgers said. “He brings a wealth of head coaching experience, and we look forward to the impact he will have on our student-athletes.”

Rose replaces Marc Koke, who will transition to full-time varsity football assistant coach.

During his career as a head coach, Rose’s teams reached the playoffs three times at Braswell and three at Burleson Centennial, where he was also the District 16-4A Coach of the Year in 2013. 

"I am thrilled to be taking the helm of the boys soccer program at Argyle High School next season,” Rose said. “Joining this championship-level athletic department and collaborating with such a talented coaching staff is a true honor. I'm looking forward to rolling up my sleeves and working closely with our athletes to uphold the high championship standards that define Argyle.” 

Rose was a decorated high school athlete at Burleson High School as a four-sport letterman (soccer, football, track, cross country). His athletic success carried over to the collegiate level as a soccer standout at Dallas Baptist University and was the team’s MVP in 2003.

Rose joined Argyle High School in 2022 as a physics teacher.