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Cuyahoga Falls High School football coach resigns

From A Staff Report Published: April 6, 2017 10:26 AM
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Cuya­hoga Falls High School is look­ing for a new head foot­ball coach af­ter Sean Fla­herty recently re­signed from the post.

Fla­herty, 37, told the Falls News-Press in an April 6 email that he stepped down for “per­sonal rea­sons.”

“I am grate­ful for the op­por­tu­nity to coach the Cuya­hoga Falls foot­ball team for the last four years,” stated Fla­herty, who added he submitted his resignation March 20. “I en­joyed work­ing with great kids.”

Fla­herty said he plans to con­tinue work­ing as an English teacher at Falls High.

The Black Tiger football team was 1-9 and 0-7 in the National Conference in the 2016 season. When Flaherty was hired in 2013, he took over for Mike Miller, who coached the team from 2008 through 2012.


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