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Brian Weinrich Named New CCHS Head Football Coach

Campbell County High School

Brian Weinrich, a veteran football coach of 25-plus years, has been named as the next CCHS Head Football Coach.  Coach Weinrich led Highlands High School to the 2014 class 4A state football championship. He compiled a 51-36 record while leading Highlands for seven seasons.

“Brian Weinrich is an outstanding football coach, teacher, and role model for our athletes and students”, said CCHS Principal Adam Ritter.

Coach Weinrich is a 1990 Highlands graduate who played on the school's 1989 state championship team. Before becoming head coach in 2014, Weinrich spent 18 years as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at HHS.  He was a major part of a staff who won 11 state titles over 20 seasons at Highlands.  Weinrich spent last season as the Head Football Coach at Newport High School.

Brian Weinrich was the 2015 KFCA District Coach of the Year, a two-time Cincinnati Bengals Coach of the Week, and a presenter at numerous national coaching clinics.

Coach Weinrich has not only been successful on the field, but also sent several players on to play college football at various levels, as well as preparing young men for the transition to adult life.  He played college football at Campbellsville University where he received a BS in Social Sciences.  He also holds a Master of Arts in Education from Northern Kentucky University.

Mr. Ritter went on to say, "Coach Weinrich's work ethic and discipline will provide an environment of success.  He will hold our students-athletes to high standards.  We are excited to welcome Brian Weinrich and his family to Campbell County." 

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