Noah Crouch has been named Gloucester High School’s new varsity football head coach. Crouch comes to Gloucester with a dozen years of coaching experience.
A former punter for the Liberty University squad, he played high school ball in Amherst County. Before taking on the head coaching job at GHS, he was an assistant coach at Nelson County High School.
Crouch’s father, Mickey Crouch, was a longtime high school football coach of more than 40 years, with state championships under his belt. He said his father spent one year of his coaching career in York County and would often say if there was one place he wish he could have coached it was Gloucester.
His father’s words always stayed with Crouch throughout his own time coaching. When the opportunity to be Gloucester’s new coach arose, the decision was easy.
Though having been around football for his whole life, coaching was certainly not the plan for Crouch. He said growing up he would often tell his dad that he would never co...
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