A couple of coaching changes to let you know about this next year.
|Garden Spot and Central|
fighting for the section crown
The Garden Spot wrestling team will begin its quest to retake the section two crown in about three weeks. And when the Spartans hit the mats, they will have a new general this year.
Brian Schilling is the new head coach for the Garden Spot wrestling team. Schilling was the Spartans' head middle school coach. He succeeds Hoyt Craver as the man in charge of the high school program.
Schilling is a Souderton High School graduate. After graduating Bloomsberg University, he went on to coach his alma mater and for the Elmhurst, Illinois, wrestling program before coming to New Holland.
Schilling and his men will take to the mat in a scrimmage on November 24 at Dallastown High School.
|Warwick's Jake Watson|
with the acrobatic save
More coaching changes, this time in Lititz, where Wayne Hummer is the new Warwick head boys' lacrosse coach.
Hummer, taking the reigns from Chris Schmehl, played for the Warriors first boys' lacrosse team back when the program was created.
He most recently coached lacrosse as an assistant at Lancaster Mennonite and also serves as a volunteer wrestling coach at Warwick.