CTK ’14: New WPIAL Football Head Coaches

Monday, August 18, 2014 | 5:21 PM

New Faces – New Places – New Hopes – New Dreams. While there were six fewer coaching change this off-season then before the 2013 campaign, there are some big names that have changed sidelines this upcoming season. Some of the changes include former championship winning coaches in Ray Reitz, Muzzy Colosimo, Greg Perry and Tom Nola. There are a lot of rookie head coaches getting their first crack, and some coaches who are just changing hats and addresses. Whatever the case, there 21 coaching changes coming into this 2014 season. Here are the new football coaches that will be running the sidelines in the WPIAL this fall.


BUTLERRob Densmore replaces Clyde Conti

LATROBE Jason Marucco replaces Ray Reitz

NORWINDave Brozeski replaces Art Tragesser

SHALERJon LeDonne replaces Chris Siegle



AMBRIDGEDan Bradley replaces Neil Tkach

BELLE VERNONMatt Humbert replaces Aaron Krepps

GATEWAYTom Nola replaces Donnie Militzer

RINGGOLDNick Milchovich replaces Matt Humbert



CARLYNTONMauro Monz replaces Terry George

CHARLEROIDonnie Militzer replaces Ed Jenkins

DEER LAKES Steve Sciullo replaces T.J. Wiley

DERRYTim Sweeney replaces Al Gaiardo

KEYSTONE OAKS Greg Perry replaces Matt Taylor

LAUREL Brian Cooper replaces Pat Cuba

SETON-LaSALLEDamon Rosol replaces Greg Perry

VALLEYMuzzy Colosimo replaces Chad Walsh



BENTWORTH Ron Skiles replaces Bob Niziol

CLAIRTONWayne Wade replaces Tom Nola

NORTHGATE T.J. Wiley replaces Brandon LeDonne

RIVERVIEWJason Cappa replaces Todd Massack

STO-ROX Jason Ruscitto replaces Dan Bradley


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