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Belle Vernon's Aaron Krepps named football coach at Bluffton

Bill Beckner Jr.
| Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 11:51 p.m.
Former Belle Vernon football coach Aaron Krepps is the offensive coordinator at Bluffton.
Rich Downer / For The Valley Independent
Former Belle Vernon football coach Aaron Krepps is the offensive coordinator at Bluffton.

After one season as an assistant, Aaron Krepps was promoted to head football coach at Division III Bluffton University in Ohio.

The former Belle Vernon standout receiver and soon-to-be Washington & Jefferson Hall of Famer, was Bluffton's offensive coordinator last season. Before that, he coached two years at Ohio Northern.

Former Bluffton head coach Denny Dorrel left to become the athletic director at Franklin County High School in Indiana.

Krepps, who also coached at Belle Vernon, was an All-American at W&J in 2004 and '05. He caught 181 receptions for 2,788 yards and 49 touchdowns in his college career.

Bluffton plays in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

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