Head Football Coach, Broadway HS (VA)
Coaching Responsibilities: Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line, Defensive Tackles, Strength and Conditioning, and Academics
Coaching Experience: 14 years - Broadway High School, Varina High School, and The University of Virginia's College at Wise
Playing Experience: Varina High School
College Playing Experience: The University of Virginia's College at Wise (football)
Hobbies: spending time with family and coaching youth sports
Special Education Teacher at Massanutten Technical Center
Assistant Head Football Coach, Penn Hills (PA)
Rich Johns is a 1997 Graduate of Purchase Line High School where he played football, basketball, and track. He continued playing football at IUP where he graduated in 2002 with a bachelor degree in secondary science education.
Rich has spent the last ten years as a middle school science teacher at Springdale Jr/Sr High School. From 2003-2011 he coached varsity football at Franklin Regional High School. Currently he is the Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Offensive Line/Strength and Conditioning Coach for Penn Hills High School. He also trains area athletes.
Rich was part of a 2005 state championship team at Franklin Regional. Coach the WPIAL’s top ranked defense in 2011. Rich lives in Vandergrift, PA with his wife Jessica and daughters Abigail, Hannah, and Rachel.
Head Football Coach, Great Mills HS (MD)
Bell has eleven years of collegiate coaching experience. After completing his eligibility in 2001, Bell worked as a student assistant at Towson. Following one year in that position, Bell moved to SUNY Albany as a defensive graduate assistant.
Bell stayed at Albany for one year, helping the Great Danes to a Northeast Conference championship and an appearance in the ECAC Bowl.
A two-year stint at Division II Shippensburg followed, and Bell was part of a Red Raiders program that won 18 games in two years and won one PSAC championship.
As the running backs coach at Shippensburg, Bell worked with running back John Kuhn, who is now a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Bell returned to Towson in 2005 as assistant linebackers coach and special teams coach. In 2006, he took on the video coordinator spot and had primary recruiting responsibility for northeast Pennsylvania and central to southern Maryland.
Tyrone coached defense at Shenandoah University from 2008-2012. Tyrone and his wife Kym have a son Judah.