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Signed. Sealed. Delivered! Sechler takes helm of MC football

Courtesy of Mifflin County high School

Head Football Coach Press Release
The Mifflin County School District is pleased to announce the hiring of Scot Sechler as the head football coach for the Huskies for the 2018-2019 season.  We are fortunate to have a coach who will bring a positive energy to the program, players and community.
Coach Sechler is a long-time track and field coach in the Mifflin County School District and has served on this year’s staff as the running backs coach and interim head coach to finish out the 2017-2018 season.  Coach Sechler won 2 out of the last 3 games of the season and did an excellent job of keeping the team together during a difficult period.
Coach Sechler states “After many years of coaching Varsity Track and Field and Junior High Football, I am excited to take over as Head Varsity Football Coach here at Mifflin County.  I am dedicated to helping our players succeed both in the classroom and on the field. I am currently working diligently to assemble a top notch coaching staff on all levels.  A staff that will be filled with knowledgeable coaches who care deeply about our student athletes and our community, and many of whom played at a high level in college.  We are eagerly looking forward to changing the culture here as we hit the ground running in the new year.  I appreciate the positive energy from our administration and our community and am anxious to bring a winning tradition back to Mifflin County Football.  Go Huskies!
Coach Sechler was an assistant junior high football coach at Indian Valley and served as an assistant coach at Mifflin County before taking over the reigns as the Boys Track and Field Head Coach.
Coach Sechler is a 1992 graduate of Indian Valley High School where he participated in football and both indoor and outdoor track. He graduated from Penn State in 1997 with a B.S. in Exercise Science. While there he was a member of the indoor and outdoor track and field teams participating in the sprints and relays. 
Coach Sechler resides in Derry Township with his wife, Tamara and his three children, Malik, Kiana, and Josiah.

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