2017 Class 3A Coach of the Year, Brett Myers, Middletown Area
Written by: David Mika on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018
“It would be easy to say the 2016 season was a once in a lifetime season for Middletown football. Instead, our seniors of 2017 would not allow this to be a rebuilding year, no matter how much adversity they would have to overcome,” said Head Coach Brett Myers.
The Blue Raiders achieved back-to-back Mid-Penn Conference Capital Division titles and District three titles and back-to-back state final runner-up.
“This year’s senior leaders did Whatever It Took to reach their goal to continue the legacy that was set by last year’s success. This season was a true testament to our program’s mental toughness and our ability to persevere. Whether it was the graduation of 24 seniors, injuries to key players, or showing how disciplined they were, this year’s team and coaches showed true grit by constantly moving forward and being committed to excellence.”
Myers has coached for five years at Middletown with a record of 45-16 and two trips to Hershey.
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