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Duluth Marshall names Hogan head coach

By Duluth News Tribune, 05/04/12, 7:46AM CDT


Jim Hogan hired to replace longtime coach Dave Holmstad

As a former U.S. Army Ranger, Jim Hogan believes there are similarities he can transfer from his time in the armed forces to coaching a group of high school football players.
He’ll get that chance this fall at Duluth Marshall, which hired the 38-year-old Wednesday to replace longtime coach Dave Homstad.
The three-month search, led by incoming athletic director Kevin Snyder, concluded after 30 candidates from 10 states were considered.

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Coaching Changes entering 2012 season

Alden-Conger Nick Willaert TBD
Austin Matt Schmit Brett Vesel
Bagley Andrew Brouwer Brandon Schwegel
Barnum Kevin Haley Brian Robertson
Blaine Shannon Gerrety Tom Develich
Brandon/Evansville Greg Lanners
Mike Quist
Tim Pattrin
Carlton Dennis Korman TBD
Duluth Marshall David Homstad Jim Hogan
Little Falls Aaron Sinclair Jay DeCann
Walker-Hackensack-Akeley-Laporte N/A Aaron Pfeiffer
Mankato East Dave Frisell Eric Davis
Minneapolis Patrick Henry John Swain Mark Heiser
Minnehaha Academy Jordan Baynard
Brandon Norberg
Mound-Westonka Kyle Inforzata Barry Bower
New Ulm Rob Bute Anthony Ortmann
Pine Island Tom Krambeer John Stapleton
Rochester Mayo Kevin Landherr Donny Holcomb
Sartell-St. Stephen John Ross Scott Hentges
St. James Lee Carlson Jeff Whitney
St. Paul Academy/Mounds Park Academy Mark Heiser Ed Perrault
Wadena-Deer Creek Tom VanErp Howie Kangas
Walker-Hackensack-Akeley Pete Naugle Aaron Pfeiffer
White Bear Lake Bob Jackson Ryan Bartlett

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