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Maumee to hire Marc Gibson as the school's new head football coach

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Maumee High School's search for a new head football coach is now over. Pending approval by the Maumee Board of Education Monday, 13abc's Eric Haubert reports Marc Gibson will lead the Panthers this fall. Gibson comes to Maumee from the same position at Clyde High School.

Gibson replaces John Boles who retired following the 2012 season.

Maumee High School Athletic Director Matt Szyndler and Gibson declined comment to 13abc when asked about the hire.

Gibson led the Fliers for eight years including runs in the OHSAA football playoffs.

With Gibson moving west to Maumee High School, this now leaves the same position open at Clyde High School. Current Clyde assistant football coach Chad Long is thought to be the leading candidate to fill the vacant head football coach position at Clyde.

Long played at Clyde High School before continuing his football career at Bowling Green State University. The former Flier is also the head wrestling coach at Tiffin Columbian High School.

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