Schlea to coach Woodmore football

Curtis Schlea, a 2007 graduate of Woodmore High School, has been named the football coach at his alma mater. 
Schlea most recently served as a varsity assistant coach at Gibsonburg the last two seasons and has been on the staff at Gibsonburg since the 2015 season. The last two seasons, Gibsonburg compiled a 19-2 record, winning back-to-back Sandusky Bay Conference River Division championships.  Schlea was on the football staff at Woodmore for the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
Schlea has also served as the varsity assistant or junior varsity baseball coach at Gibsonburg or Woodmore the last six seasons, three of those seasons (2014-16) he was the JV baseball coach at Woodmore.
He currently teaches sixth grade science and social studies at Gibsonburg Middle School.  He has been a teacher since receiving his undergraduate degree from the University of Toledo in 2012.  He also received his master’s degree in 2018 in education.
“As a Woodmore alumnus I am extremely excited to have this opportunity to lead the football program,” Schlea said.  “During my career, I have coached under several great high school football coaches, mostly coach Mike Lee while at Gibsonburg.  I will take many aspects of their coaching and mold it to my style and plan. My first goal is to help the young men be their best off and on the field, and give them the tools to become successful and responsible adults.”
Curtis and his wife, Abbey, reside in Elmore and they have two daughters, Nora and Annie.


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