Thursday, March 08, 2012

P-G: Mt. Lebanon likely to hire Manheim Towship coach

It looks like Mt. Lebanon High School will go to the eastern side of the state for its new football coach.

Mike Melnyk, the head coach at Manheim Township High School, has emerged as the leading candidate for the job and is expected to be hired at a school board meeting later this month. The Mt. Lebanon job opened when Chris Haering resigned to become an assistant coach at Pitt.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

What will his stipend be?

His coaching stipend was reduced this year from $8,800 to $4,400 as part of a cost-cutting measure that reduced the stipends of all district coaches, music directors, club advisers and other extracurricular positions by 50 percent.

Chris Haering earned a stipend of $9,412 this year before resigning in January.

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David Huston

March 09, 2012 3:37 PM  

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