College Attended: Muskingum University History of Coaching: 5 years as Assistant Coach at Bridgeport, 12 years as Assistant Coach at Cambridge, 1 year as Assistant Coach at Barnesville and 2 years as Head Coach at Barnesville Record as Head Coach: 6-14 Current School record as head coach: 6-14
Stadium Information Stadium Name: Shamrock Stadium Type of Turf: Natural
School/Team Information High School: Barnesville School Address: 910 Shamrock Dr., Barnesville, OH 43713 School Phone: 740-425-3617 Contact for Boosters: Tony Householder Contact for Tickets: Mark Cook Athletic Director: Mark Cook/425-3617 ext. 5111
Mascot: Shamrocks School Colors: Kelly Green and White School's Biggest Rivalry: Union Local Last Year's Football Record: 2-8 Playoff Appearances: 6 Last Playoff Appearance: 2006 Greatest Moment in Team History: 1992 state semifinals Type Of Offense: Spread Type Of Defense: 3-5
Best Known Alumni: Tim Moxley Larry Marmie Dan Plumly
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