Monday, August 3, 2015

Pentz Named Kingsway Wrestling Coach

Tim Pentz, an assistant for Kingsway the past five years, has been named the Dragons varsity wrestling coach. A 2001 graduate of Kingsway, Pentz replaced Brian Farnham, who accepted a teaching position and the varsity wrestling coaching job at Haddon Township. After graduating from Kingsway, Pentz was a four-year letter winner at Messiah College. “Tim is an excellent coach who emphasizes aggressive wrestling in the right way,” Kingsway ahtletic director Joe Galliera said. “He is an advocate of the ideals of good sportsmanship. We are excited to have him take over the reigns of our program.”

Pentz Named Kingsway Wrestling Coach

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Tim Pentz, an assistant for Kingsway the past five years, has been named the Dragons varsity wrestling coach. A 2001 graduate of Kingsway, Pentz replaced Brian Farnham, who accepted a teaching position and the varsity wrestling coaching job at Haddon Township. After graduating from Kingsway, Pentz was a four-year letter winner at Messiah College. “Tim is an excellent coach who emphasizes aggressive wrestling in the right way,” Kingsway ahtletic director Joe Galliera said. “He is an advocate of the ideals of good sportsmanship. We are excited to have him take over the reigns of our program.” 

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