Thursday, February 20, 2014

Clairton's Tom Nola officially announced as Gateway's new head coach

by Jeff Fisher
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Courtesy of GatewayGators.com
It's official - Tom Nola has left Clairton for Gateway.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Nola was officially announced as the Gators' new head coach Wednesday night.  

In 12 years as Clairton's coach, Nola led the team to four straight Class A state titles while amassing a 66-game win streak.  He leaves the Bears with an overall mark of 141-22.  Counting his five years at Serra, his overall mark is 156-54.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Northampton hires Mark Scisly as its new head football coach

by Jeff Fisher
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Mark Scisly, who has turned around high school football programs at Salisbury and Boyertown, is the new head football coach at Northampton.

According to the Express-Times, Scisly, who is a Southern Columbia grad, has always wanted to work in the Lehigh Valley Interscholastic Athletic Conference.  He takes over for Jeff Brosky, who was not rehired after a 2-21 record in his two years at the helm.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Melosky steps-down at Nazareth

by Jeff Fisher
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Corky Blake of the Express-Times reports that Nazareth head football coach Rob Melosky has resigned.   Melosky, who took-over the program six years ago, led the Blue Eagles to a 42-29 mark.  Nazareth's best season under Melosky came in 2011 when the team went 12-2, winning the District XI championship.  Counting stops at Freedom and Parkland, Melosky's lifetime record is 82-38, including a state AAAA at Parkland in 2002.  Last season, the Blue Eagles finished 6-6.