Ohio Football

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Herman Leaving New Richmond

By Dan Clasgens | Managing Editor

After just one year on the job Mark Herman stepped down as the head coach of New Richmond on Wednesday.

He is returning to Montgomery, Texas where he coached before taking over for Dan Scholz last year as the Lions’ head man prior to last year.

The Lions finished 5-5, but just a 1-3 mark inside the SBAAC – American Division.

Herman spent six seasons coaching in Montgomery, including the last four years before taking over at New Richmond as he served as the team’s defensive coordinator. Before moving to Texas the first time Herman had coached at Colerain, Little Miami (including two years as head coach), and Loveland.

New Richmond’s search for a new coach is expected to begin immediately.

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