Friday, May 29, 2015

Farnham Named Haddon Township's Wrestling Coach

Brian Farnham is returning to his alma mater after being named the new head wrestling coach at Haddon Township.A 1990 graduate of Haddon Township, Farnham was the head coach the previous two seasons at Kingsway. He was also a head coach for three years at West Deptford and five seasons at Schalick.Farnham, who will also be a special education science teacher at Haddon Township, replaced Chris Hofmann, who resigned.“Haddon Township has a great wrestling tradition,” said Farnham, who was a two-time District 28 and Region 7 champion with the Hawks before wrestling for the University of Virginia. “I feel really connected to it and I know the alumni do and we are all very excited.”

Farnham Named Haddon Township's Wrestling Coach

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Brian Farnham is returning to his alma mater after being named the new head wrestling coach at Haddon Township.A 1990 graduate of Haddon Township, Farnham was the head coach the previous two seasons at Kingsway. He was also a head coach for three years at West Deptford and five seasons at Schalick.Farnham, who will also be a special education science teacher at Haddon Township, replaced Chris Hofmann, who resigned.“Haddon Township has a great wrestling tradition,” said Farnham, who was a two-time District 28 and Region 7 champion with the Hawks before wrestling for the University of Virginia. “I feel really connected to it and I know the alumni do and we are all very excited.”

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