Baldwin, California coaches resign
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Jim Wehner's four-year stay at Baldwin is over.
The district accepted Wehner's resignation as head football coach at Wednesday night's board meeting. Wehner was 10-28 with the Highlanders.
He was previously head coach at Yough and Avonworth.
California's school board also accepted the resignation of football coach Brady Barbero, who resigned for personal reasons.
Other teams without a football coach include Bishop Canevin, Canon-McMillan, Chartiers Valley, East Allegheny, Imani Christian, McKeesport, Northgate, Pine-Richland, Plum and Serra Catholic.
— Chris Harlan
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