FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) - Northrop High School has named Jason Doerffler as its new head football coach.
Doerffler served as an assistant to Tim Martone, who resigned in November.
"We feel he has a plan to achieve great things here at Northrop," athletic director Bob Shank said in a statement Tuesday night. "He has a high football IQ and great moral character. Jason is diligent in his preparation demonstrating excellence both in the classroom and playing field."
Doerffler, a graduate of Concordia Lutheran High School and son of Concordia athletic director Dean Doerffler, played quarterback for the Cadets. He won All-SAC honors his sophomore, junior and senior years and All-State honors his senior season.
Doerffler went on to play baseball at IPFW. He also serves as an assistant for the Bruins baseball team.
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