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Written By Ink Free News / Sports on Friday, December 13, 2019

Ryan Burgher was hired as the new boys soccer head coach at Warsaw Community High School. (File photo by Mike Deak)

WARSAW – Warsaw Community High School announced Friday morning that Ryan Burgher will take over as head coach for the boys soccer program, pending school board approval in January.

Burgher brings a host of soccer coaching experience to the Tiger program, including head coach of the Huntington University women’s soccer program from 2008-13. He will take over for Frank Courtois, who stepped down from the varsity club this past fall after a successful five-year stint that had Warsaw constantly ranked within the top 20 in the state.

Burgher founded AGAITAS in 2012, a non-profit organization that provides sport-specific camps and clinics free of charge to local families and residents. He is also the current president of the Warsaw Wave travel soccer club.

Burgher is a 2002 Warsaw graduate and former Tiger soccer player who went on to play at Grace College.

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