Colerain High School is excited to announce Carl Huber as the new Head Football Coach.
A graduate of Northwest High School, Mr. Huber is the true definition of being a product of the Northwest Local School District (NWLSD).
As a NWLSD student, Mr. Huber was a member of both the football and wrestling teams. After graduation, he attended The College of Mount Saint Joseph where he continued his football career. After suffering a career-ending injury in his freshman year, he enrolled in the United States Army Reserve.
Mr. Huber graduated from MSJ in 2014 with a Bachelor's Degree in Education and served six years in the Reserve finishing as a Sergeant. After graduating college, Mr. Huber became a member of the Colerain High School staff, first as an Intervention Specialist and currently as Dean of Students.
Since arriving at Colerain, he has been a part of the football program serving as an Assistant Coach under both Tom Bolden and Shawn Cutright. The wrestling program has also seen tremendous success with him as a coach, starting at Pleasant Run Middle School where he ran the program for four years before moving to Colerain High School. As Colerain’s Head Wrestling Coach, he guided the program to the school’s first-ever Greater Miami Conference Championship, along with being named GMC Coach of the Year and Southwest Ohio Coach of the Year in 2022.
“I am extremely thankful for this opportunity. I would like to give a special thank you to Mr. Stoinoff, Mrs. Davis, and the Northwest Local School District Administration for this opportunity,” Mr. Huber said. “It is an honor to have the opportunity to be the next Head Coach of Colerain High School. As a kid in this district, I grew up playing football for the Little Cards and attending football games at Colerain, so I understand the championship tradition. I am excited to work in this great community with amazing people and students.”
Outside of Colerain, Carl enjoys spending time with his wife, Sarah, and their daughter.