Introducing the 2018/2019 Tier 1 Head Coaches, News (Huron Heat)

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Feb 26, 2018 | Executive | 6860 views
Introducing the 2018/2019 Tier 1 Head Coaches
We are pleased to announce the following Tier 1 Head Coach selections for the 2018-2019 season:

Novice - Scott Meyer
Atom - Mark Wilson
Peewee - Blaine Marks
Bantam - Ward Smith
Midget - Jason Fleet

We thank all of those who expressed interest in all bench staff positions and genuinely appreciate the collaboration and willingness to work with each other to accomplish our collective goal. 
 
Tier 2 coaches will be announced at a later date. We look forward to working with another great group of individuals on all benches! Thank you to all of our current bench staff who give countless hours to our athletes and the game we all love. 
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