Zach Winslow is the new football coach at Triad High School, Superintendent Vickie Hoffman announced Thursday in a release.
This is the first head coaching job for Winslow, who spent the past three years as an assistant coach at Marion Elgin and also served as an assistant at North Union.
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He will replace Joe Cardinal, who resigned after three seasons.
Hoffman said there were 23 applicants for the position and three rounds of interviews that involved parents, techers and administrators.
“It is Zach’s enthusiasum to shape the program, his drive to get started right away and his passion for building relationships with our athletes and our community that made him stand out in the interview process,” Hoffman said.
“The district is eager to have Zach on the Triad team and cannot wait to see him continue to move the program in a positive direction. Zach is excited and I am confident that he will be an excellent role model for our students, staff and community.”
Winslow will be recommended to the Board of Education at its May 16 meeting.
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