By Wade Linville –
Western Brown High School has selected Tyler Evans as its head varsity football coach for the upcoming fall season.
Evans most recently served as the pass game coordinator/wide receiver coach at Mount St. Joseph University, where he implemented the “air raid” offense. He also has coaching experience at Anderson High School in Cincinnati where he assisted for two seasons.
Evans hold a Master of Education, Sports Administration from Xavier University and holds a Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science) he obtained from Shawnee State University.
WBHS began its search for a new head football coach after its previous head coach, Don Sizer, was hospitalized due to a serious illness. Sizer’s long road to recovery continues with strong support from his family and the Western Brown community.
For more on Evans and his plans for the Western Brown High School football program, be on the lookout for the June 14 edition of The News Democrat.