Top five coaches from winter sports
March 14, 2023
For the hockey team, going from a record of 5-11 to 13-12 and getting some hardware for the trophy case was no accident. The mastermind behind the big turnaround is head coach Bill McSween. The hockey team struggled to find its groove early on in the season, but coach McSween continued to push his team which resulted in big wins later in the season. McSween was able to coach his team to its first regional championship since 2017 and the first ever frozen four appearance in FHC school history.
Since he took on the role of head coach for the wrestling team at FHC, it has been nothing but success and this year was no different. Brad Anderson was able to lead the boys wrestling team to another district championship and a very successful season. Coach Anderson pushed and motivated his team throughout the season which helped his student-athletes become not only better wrestlers but also better people.
If you ask any member of the boys basketball program, from freshman to varsity, he will say varsity assistant coach Jordan George is a crucial member of the program itself. From letting team members in before school for extra practice to running the team’s Instagram page, he does it all. Coach George always has a positive mindset which definitely helped keep the team going this season after some tough losses. Jordan does all of the little things so that coach Carhart only has to worry about coaching. In the coaching realm, Coach George’s valuable input is second to none.
Crystal Delgodo and Jazzae Ford
These two co-coaches are equally important to one of the most overlooked teams at FHC: the dance team. The dance team won the title of grand champions with three first-place finishes in competitions this year. Each year, this group is one of the school’s best teams and this is in large part thanks to coaches Delgodo and Ford. These ladies are as experienced as they come; both danced at GVSU, and they own a dance studio together.
Coach Coleman is the sole coach of the Forest Hills gymnastics team. This year, she sent multiple girls to states as individual qualifiers during an exceptional season. She is fantastic when it comes to helping the girls learn new skills as well as perfecting the ones they already have. Coach Coleman works hard to make sure the gymnastics team gets the recognition they deserve. She has quite a bit of experience as she was a level 9 gymnast herself in her youth. Although coach Coleman has coached for many years, this is only her first season at FHC, and it paves the way for many more successful seasons to come.
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