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New Head Coach Tyler Noe looks toward first season as head coach

A new school year and the transition from long, hot summer days to colors of fall and a chill in the air, also signals the beginning of football season, both locally and nationally.

As the Falcons usher in their new varsity football season, they also enters with a new head coach. Alumnus Tyler Noe recently took the position after acting as an assistant coach in a variety of roles within the team for the past 12 years.

Under Coach Noe’s leadership and guidance, along with his other string of seasoned coaches, the Falcons are working toward the regional playoffs this season.

Q: How long have you been coaching football before you became the head coach?

A: “Twelve seasons, this is my 13th is this year.”

Q: Before becoming the head coach, in what coaching roles were you involved?

A: “I was the Junior Varsity (JV) Head Coach for two years and the varsity quarterback coach for ten years. During the same time, I was a special teams coordinator for eight of those years and then I was offensive coordinator for two years.”

Q: What is one of the biggest challenges you have faced during your first year as head coach?

A: “ I have to oversee everything instead of being able to just go out and coach what I need to coach.”

Q: If you took a step back and watched yourself coach, what are some of the differences you would notice from years past?

A: “I’m more level headed now, not running around like a chicken with it’s head cut off. I have to make sure all the players are being treated right, as well as the coaches. Really, I just have to make sure the whole program is running smoothly.”

Q: “What are your thoughts about moving through the season as the team now holds a 4-1 record?

A: “ I feel great about it; very stoked to be 4-1.”

Q: “What are some improvements you would like to see from your players?

A: “Coaches and players have to come together as one and see the bigger picture instead of just seeing one game, we have a full season of football to play and talented players and coaches.”

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