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Moyer Headed To Wapakoneta

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  Original Published: 2/25/2014

One of the most successful football coaches in this area is moving on. Wynford's Travis Moyer has accepted the head football coaching job at Wapakoneta High School of the Western Buckeye League. Moyer stepped down from his position as head coach of the Royals following the 2011 season for family reason and has spent the past two seasons at Wynford as the schools athletic director. During his tenure as head football coach of the Royals from 1999-2011, he coached Wynford to nine NCC championships, six undefeated seasons, five of those consecutive along with a 58 game regular season winning streak that eventually reached 63. He also coached his team to the playoffs eight times, seven consecutive, two regional runner-up finishes in 2005 and 2009, along with a regional championship and final four appearance in 2011 with a 54-48 win over Lucasville Valley in overtime after coming from 27-0 down. His new team the Wapakoneta Redskins finished 2013 at 9-1 advancing to the playoffs falling in the first round with their only regular season loss coming to state power Kenton 52-16. Moyer is a graduate of Ashland University and Crestline High School.

   
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