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2014 Small School Coach of the Year: Jack Henzes, Dunmore

Written by: on Monday, December 29th, 2014. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


j.henzesDunmore’s Jack Henzes entered the 2014 season in his 48th season coaching high school football and 44th at Dunmore.

“I take it one year at a time,” said Henzes. “I have a full teaching load and wouldn’t want it any other way. I still have the fire inside me to coach and teach.”

His overall record is 396-155-8 and is currently the second winningest coach in Pennsylvania history behind Berwick’s George Curry.

“Our kids worked hard every week and that is one of the reasons we were so successful this year. Our kids not only excelled on the field, they did in the classroom.”

This was his fourth state title game, two at the Class AA level and two at Class A. Henzes won the Class A title against Keystone 57-18 in 1989.

His team finished 14-2 and is the number one team in Small School Rankings.

“I have to give credit to our assistant coaches. They did a great job with the kids each week. I am so proud of our kids, coaches and community.”

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