Varsity Football Coach Named at Plainville High School
The Plainville High School Athletic Department announces the appointment of Scot Wenzel as varsity coach of the Plainville High School Blue Devils football team. Wenzel, who is currently a physical education instructor at Plainville High School, replaces former varsity football coach Michael Archangelo.
Wenzel, who played football at Southern Connecticut State University, has held a number of football coaching positions, including assistant varsity football coach at Farmington High School, St. Paul Catholic High School, and Mashpee High School. Most recently Wenzel served as the freshman football coach at Plainville High School. In addition, he has coached both high school baseball and basketball teams in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Wenzel received the 2000 Massachusetts Boys Basketball Coach of the Year Award as well as the 2000 Cape Cod and Islands Boys Basketball Coach of the Year Award.
“I am very excited to announce the hiring of Scot Wenzel as the new varsity football coach at Plainville High School. Not only does he have a tremendous amount of coaching experience, but he is also a physical education teacher at the high school, and he has already earned the respect of the athletes, both as a teacher and a coach. The future looks extremely bright for the football program at P.H.S. under the direction of Coach Wenzel,” commented Plainville Community Schools Athletic Director John Zadnik.
“I am very excited about this new challenge, and am looking forward to working with this great group of kids,” said Wenzel.
Wenzel resides in Berlin with his wife and three daughters.
-Posted on February 23, 2007 at 09:52 AM
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