The Westfall Board of Education will vote on whether to hire Logan Stepp as the high school’s new head football coach at its monthly meeting on Monday evening, according to the meeting agenda.
Stepp, a 2014 graduate of West Jefferson High School and 2018 graduate of Otterbein University, has been an assistant coach at West Jeff for the past four seasons and coached wide receivers under the tutorage of head coach Shawn Buescher, a Westfall alumnus.
If approved by the Board, Stepp would take over for Brad Smith, a long-time assistant at Westfall who took over the program in August 2018 after Trent Olds was placed on administrative leave.
Smith guided the Mustangs to a 12-23 record over the last four seasons.
Historically the flagship football program of the Scioto Valley Conference with 17 titles and the conference’s only regional championship, the Mustangs have fallen on hard times since last producing a winning season in 2012 with a 9-2 record.
Stepp would become the fifth grid boss for the Mustangs since 2013, with the scarlet-and-gray turning in a 23-60 mark over that stretch of time.
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