Carlynton hires former Peters Township football coach Piccinini
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 | 11:53 AM
Carlynton has hired Rich Piccinini as football coach, the school announced Wednesday.
Piccinini previously was head coach at Peters Township from 2011-15 and North Catholic from 2003-05. He replaces Scott Yoder, who led Carlyton for four and a half years after taking over midseason in 2014.
Carlynton went 2-8 overall last season, 1-6 in the Class 2A Three Rivers Conference. The Cougars went 4-34 under Yoder.
Rich Piccinini has been named the Head Football coach. Welcome to the Carlynton community Coach Piccinini!
— Carlynton Athletics (@CarlyntonSports) February 20, 2019
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