Sunday, June 19, 2011

Warren Wolf Ends Career After 52 Years on High School Football Sidelines

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle

83-years young, Warren Wolf has retired for the last time.

Earlier this week, Wolf, who is New Jersey's winningest public schools coach with 364 wins, retired after one year at Lakewood High.

Wolf came-out of a retirement last year to try to end the Piners' 27-game losing streak.  The streak reached 33 last season, before Lakewood beat Central Regional 20-15 on October 30th.

Lakewood ended the 2010 season with a 3-7 record, the school's best since 2002.

Wolf retired the first time in 2008 after 51 years at Brick High School.  When he called it quits, he was the state's all-time leader in coaching victories with 361.  That record was broken in 2009 by Pope John's Vic Pasternostro, who retired earlier this year with 373 victories.

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

A.L. Johnson High School Elevates Assistant Coach to Top Job

by Jeff Fisher
New Jersey High School Football Huddle

After more than 15 years as an assistant at Arthur L. Johnson High School, Michael Mancino is now the head coach.

Mancino was elevated to the top spot last week.  Since joining the staff, the Crusaders have won two state sectional titles and had one runner-up finish.
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