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Shelby Hires New Football Coach

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/22/2013

Shelby Senior High has a new football coach, it's former Whippet Erik Will.  Will comes back to his old school after being a varsity assistant at Beaver Creek, Olentangy Liberty and Delaware Hayes High School.  He's coached wide receivers, defensive backs and was the defensive coordinator at Delaware Hayes.  He coached under former Whippet coach Steve Hale who played for at Shelby back in 1998, when SSHS finished the regular season at 10-0, advanced to the playoffs and finished at 11-1 in the final season of the OHSAA taking just the top four from each region. 

Will takes over for former Whippet coach Steve McCoy who stepped down after last season as Shelby finished at 2-8, defeating Ontario and stopping Willard in the final regular season game of 2012. 

   
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