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Norwin hires Brozeski; Charleroi coach resigns

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Monday, April 21, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

After 17 seasons as an assistant, David Brozeski will now have the top job for Norwin football.

Norwin's Board of Education voted 9-0 Monday to hire Brozeski, 39, as the varsity football coach at a salary of $6,250. He replaces Art Tragesser, who resigned after four seasons.

In his time as an assistant, Brozeski primarily coached on the defensive side of the ball, including linebackers and the secondary.

A chemistry teacher at Norwin High School, Brozeski is the brother of Norwin girls basketball coach Brian Brozeski.

• Charleroi football coach Ed Jenkins resigned after two seasons for health reasons. The 38-year-old coach, who went 4-14, has cardiomyopathy.

 

 
 


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