Plainwell High School Athletics is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Tyler Langs as the new Head Football Coach of Plainwell High School. Langs, 32, comes to PHS from Centerville High School where he was the head coach. Coach Langs has a record of 18-12 during his three years at Centerville High School including making the playoffs each of the past two years. He also served as head coach at Unionville Sebewaing area schools earning a 9-2 record in his final year as head coach. Coach Langs was a five year defensive back at Wheaton College and won the State Championship as a player with his dad as coach at Climax Scotts High School.
Coach Langs was the unanimous selection of the hiring committee. The hiring committee consisted of three school administrators, an assistant coach/teacher, two school board members, a student athlete, and a parent.
According to Dave Price, PHS Director of Athletics “Coach Langs will bring to the Trojan football program a broad knowledge of the game; a wealth of head coaching experience; an intensity of purpose and a realization that team must always come first. We do look forward to having Tyler lead our football program here at Plainwell.”
Tyler will be introduced to the community on Monday, February 3rd at 7:30PM in the cafeteria at Plainwell High School. Plainwell High School Football players, families, and community members are welcome to attend this meet and greet and hear from the new coach.