Former Delaware Valley University Team Captain is Pennridge’s New Head Football Coach

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The coach has brought many high school and college teams to victory.

Formerly overseeing the football team of a local college, a well-known coach will now lead a Bucks County high school to victory. Drew Markol wrote about the coach for the Bucks County Courier Times.

Pennridge High School found its new head football coach in former Delaware Valley University team captain Kyle Beller.

For the last three years, Beller served as defensive coordinator at Whitehall High School. Last season, he helped the team win the PIAA District 11 Class 5A title and reach a quarterfinal in the PIAA tournament.

“After conducting an extensive search, we are excited to welcome Kyle to the Pennridge Ram family,” said Pennridge athletic director Scott Hegen.

He added that the school received 20 head-coach applicants from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Iowa.

“During his interview process, we quickly learned how much Kyle cares about his players and is committed to their growth and development into champions and the coaches we spoke to about him reinforced what we thought,” said Hegen.

Beller, who also played football at Dieruff High School in Allentown, coached at several Lehigh Valley football programs in the past 12 years.

“I am extremely excited and thankful to have this new opportunity and am most excited about meeting the team and getting started,” said Beller.

Read more about Kyle Beller in the Bucks County Courier Times.


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