Old Mill, Broadneck name new coaches

January 28, 1998|By Pat O'Malley | Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF

Old Mill and Broadneck yesterday named new coaches in football and girls lacrosse, respectively. Each of the new coaches had ties with the schools.

Mike Marcus, longtime assistant at Old Mill under Pete Regala and a track coach since 1990, is the Patriots' third football coach since the school opened in 1975.

Broadneck grad Karen Chesley was named the Bruins' girls lacrosse coach, replacing Leann Shuck, who moved to Arundel.

Marcus succeeds Regala, who retired after 14 seasons and an overall record of 69-83, including last year's 7-3 log. When Regala took over for Ron Evans, the school's first coach, in 1983, he hired Marcus as an assistant.

Serving in various capacities, Marcus was an integral part of the Patriots' county championships in 1983, '89, '90 and '91 and region titles in '90 and '91.

In addition, Marcus, who runs a sports photography business, was Old Mill's indoor track coach (1993-97), leading the boys and girls teams to state championships in 1994, and an assistant with the outdoor program since 1990.

Chesley was an All-County attack in 1993 with 26 goals and 26 assists for the Bruins and was named offensive MVP. She went on to play Division I lacrosse at Towson University. This will be her first coaching assignment.

Pub Date: 1/28/98

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