North Hunterdon's Tim Flynn has stepped down after eight years as head coach and 18 years as a wrestling coach. (Saed Hindash | For lehighvalleylive.com)Tim Flynn will miss out on a North Hunterdon wrestling milestone. “Our first dual meet of next season will be the 1,000th in school history,” he said. On second thought, Flynn will surely be in attendance – but just not as a coach as he has been for 18 years for the Lions, the last eight has head coach.
Mike Ottinger when he won his PIAA 3A state championship in 2011; he's now Parkland's new head coach. (lehighvalleylive.com file photo)When fans watch Parkland wrestling next season. Mike Ottinger wants them to see a team moving. “I want them to see a team that hustles,” said Ottinger, who was officially approved as Ryan Nunamaker’s successor as Trojan head wrestling coach by the Parkland School Board Tuesday night.
Tim Flynn has stepped down as North Hunterdon wrestling coach after eight years. (Saed Hindash | For lehighvalleylive.com)Just two days after what looked like the final scholastic wrestling coach vacancy in the lehighvalleylive region was filled, another opening has popped up. Tim Flynn has resigned as the North Hunterdon head coach. Flynn, a Phillipsburg graduate, spent 18 years as a wrestling coach for the Lions, the last eight as head coach.
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