Coach Schwall Honored with Hall of Fame Presentation

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Former wrestling and football coach, Jeff Schwall, was recently recognized as an Ontario High School Hall of Fame coach during the NOL wrestling tournament festivities, Saturday. Schwall was honored by former colleagues and athletes for his 20 years of service as a head wrestling coach and 19 years as a varsity assistant football coach. While at the helm in wrestling, Schwall coached three State Champions and nine All-Ohio athletes, and in football, he was a part of four league championships and a regional semi-qualifier. Congratulations Coach!
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