Two Bucks County high schools are currently searching for new coaches for their football teams, both known as top-tier players in the area. Tom Moore wrote about the teams in the Bucks County Courier Times.
Both William Tennent High School and Harry S. Truman High School recently lost their football teams’ coaches for various reasons, and now both teams, well-respected in the local sports scene, are in need of new leaders.
William Tennent’s Rich Clemens, a teacher at Log College Middle School, ended his career at the end of the lates season, while Truman’s Ben Johnson resigned Oct. 6.
With both teams looking to gear up for their next big seasons, both schools are looking for new coaches that will bring the same victories as their predecessors.
Read more about the local football teams in the Bucks County Courier Times.