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Head Coach Brown
 
Name:Brendan Brown
Title:Head Coach
Team:Varsity
Email:Not available without sign-in.
Years
Coaching:
9
College(s):Washington and Jefferson College; Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Specialties:Motivational skills, fundraising, taking care of people, creating a family environment.
Summary:

Father Dan was head football coach at Oil City Senior High for 17 years. 

Oil City High School graduate- broke 10 school records in football and basketball.

Washington and Jefferson College- captain; team still owns one of the top four year records in NCAA history (43-6 with 2 national championship game appearances in 4 years)

Head JV coach for Reynolds Sr. High School in 1999 that went on to the District 10 title game the following year.

Wide receiver coach and freshman team offensive coordinator at AAAA WPIAL powerhouse
Gateway Senior High School. Coached current Division I stars Morty Ivy (WVU), Dan Lohyde (Pitt), Jon Ditto (PSU signee), Justin King (PSU), Lydell Sargent (PSU), Jordan Stevens (Miami, OH), David Williams (Michigan State), Jai Wilson (Hofstra), and Aaron Smith (Pitt).

Special teams coach at York High from 2004-2005. Large part of York High's return to league excellence in 2004 with outstanding special teams play. Coached current PSU future star Knowledge Timmons and Division I signees Richard Muldrow (
Rutgers) and Greg Gaskins (Pitt). 

Coach B enjoys golfing, reading, and traveling in his free time, and surrounds himself with great people to ensure success in life. 

Coach Burns
 
Name:James Burns
Title:Line Coach
Team:Varsity
Email:Not available without sign-in.
Years
Coaching:
9
College(s):I played at Lackawanna College and Mansfield University
Awards:I have made all conference as a guard in college. In semi-pro I made all-nafl in 2004
Summary:
I am married and have two children, Samantha (12) and JR (11).
Coach Bushey
 
Name:Milton Bushey
Title:Assistant Coach
Team:Varsity
Email:Not available without sign-in.
Years
Coaching:
36
College(s):Shippensburg State(under grad) U. of Minn. (grad)
Specialties:RB, WR, DL, DB
Awards:Coach of the Year in 1989
Coach Jensen
 
Name:Troy Jensen
Title:Assistant Head Coach
Team:Varsity
Email:Not available without sign-in.
Years
Coaching:
6
College(s):San Jose State University
Summary:

Last season, Coach Jensen was the Defensive Coordinator for the Bobcat's Freshmen team.  While fulfulling those duties, he finished up his assistant coaching responsibilities at Red Land High School where they earned a District 3 AAA Championship.  Coach Jensen was an assistant at Red Land High School for 4 years.  He also was the defensive coordinator at Andrew Hill High School in San Jose, California before moving to the east coast.

Coach Jensen played for the 2005 National Champions Central Penn Piranha.  He played free safety for San Jose State University.  Jensen attended Santa Teresa High School in San Jose, California where we was a four sport letterman.

Coach Jensen resides in the Lewisberry area with his wife and son.

Coach Motley
 
Name:George Motley
Title:Quarterback Coach / Offensive Coordinator
Team:Varsity
Email:Not available without sign-in.
Years
Coaching:
25
College(s):Had college schlorships to a lot of D1 schools. But by stupidity never fulfilled my dream. Played in a Rough Tough Flag Football League, as well as a couple of years of semi-pro.
Specialties:Thru the years I've been a Freshman Head Coach, JV Coach, JV Head Coach, Assistant Varsity Coach, Offensive Coordinator.
Awards:There are way to many to write so I'll pick my best. Being part of a team, that nobody thought was anything, a proven everyone wrong. The 1976 York Vo-Tech Championship Football Team. I think that is why I wanted to be part of this program so bad.
Summary:
I have a wife and 2 children a daughter-in-law and 1 grandaughter.

Football has been the greater part of my life since I can remember. Football has changed my life when I started coaching back in 1982. If not for football, who knows what would of happen in my life.

I consider myself lucky to have been taught the high school coaching ropes, by one of the best coaches I've ever been around, as well as a man. Central Yorks Brad Livingston.

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