Waterloo football coach Bohley resigns

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Record-Courier staff report

Waterloo High School football coach Mike Bohley turned in his resignation this week.

Bohley spent five seasons as the Vikings' head coach, peaking in 2011 with a 7-3 finish. In 2012, the Vikings posted a 3-7 mark.

"Mike is an oustanding football coach and his desire and passion for the game of football will be truly missed here at Waterloo," Waterloo athletic director Brock Draher said in an email. "If Mike chooses to coach again, that school will be receiving a teacher that truly is committed to the school, community and to the program.

"More importantly, coach Bohley prioritizes that his players, through sportsmanship, build character on the field that translates to life," Draher said.

According to Draher, Waterloo will immediately begin the process of finding a replacement to lead the school's football program. Interested applicants are asked to send resume and send to the school (1464 Industry Road, Atwater, Ohio, 44201) or call Draher at 330-947-2124.

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