Kenwood goes to past for boys' soccer coach post

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Scheehagen tapped to lead Bluebirds; father won state title

Kenwood High has selected Jon Schneehagen as its new boys' soccer coach. Scheehagen replaces Adam Mizell, who stepped down after 11 seasons.

Schneehagen, a 2005 graduate of Villa Julie College (now Stevenson University) and Loyola Blakefield (2001), coached at Blakefield, McDonogh School, Mount Carmel and Eastern Tech. He holds national D, E and F coaching licenses from the U.S. Soccer Federation.

Schneehagen has a special connection to the Baltimore County program. His late father, Gary, coached the Bluebirds in the early 2000s and led the team to one of the most improbable runs in area boys' soccer. 

In 2003, after closing the regular season with seven winless decisions (0-5-2), the Stemmers Run Road school rebounded, claiming the Class 4A state championship with an overtime decision over Old Mill at UMBC. It's the only state final four appearance for Kenwood.





Last Updated (Thursday, 16 March 2017 06:54)



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