(Sullivan, Mo.) After three years as the head coach of the Potosi football team, Ed Haar has announced that he will be moving on from the Trojans to take over as head coach of the Sullivan Eagles football team.
He says he made the decision with his wife on what would be best for their family going forward.
In his three-year tenure at Potosi, Haar guided the Trojans to a 14-18 overall record which included the team’s first winning season since 2014, going 6-5 this past year.
He says he will always have fond memories of his time at Potosi.
With the move, Haar will inherit a similar situation at Sullivan to the one he leaves at Potosi. The Eagles are coming off their first winning season since 2013 after a 6-5 record last year.
Haar says he’s looking forward to getting started.
Sullivan kicks of the 2020 football season on August 28th as they host the Cuba Wildcats.
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