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Colerain Welcomes New Bowling Coaches!

Colerain High School is pleased to announce Justin Yeary and Jenna Coldiron as the next bowling head coaches, pending board approval!

Coach Yeary, a veteran Colerain coach, is entering his first season with the bowling program as the Boys Head Coach, and is also the current head baseball coach at Colerain. Coach Yeary is in his 14th year overall as an Intervention Specialist and coach within the Northwest Local School District. Yeary is a 2003 graduate of Colerain High School who played varsity baseball and basketball, and also bowled. Upon high school graduation, Yeary attended Wittenberg University to play baseball.

Coach Coldiron enters her first season as the Girls Head Coach, and second year overall after volunteering last season with the program. Coldiron, a 2014 Colerain graduate, is the most accomplished female bowler in school history. A four time 1st Team All GMC selection and the 2014 Bowler of the Year in the GMC, Coldiron attended the University of Pikeville on a bowling scholarship, where her team captured two national championships, and she earned two All-American honors. Coldiron graduated in 2018 from Pikeville with a degree in Business Administration, and currently works at Cincinnati Financial Corporation.

Coach Yeary and Coach Coldiron replace long time, successful Colerain head coach Debbie Potzner.

Welcome Coach Yeary and Coach Coldiron!