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    John Champe hires two more athletic coaches

    John Champe High School has filled two more coaching vacancies in preparation for its inaugural athletic season in 2012-2013. John Hastings will be the Aldie school’s first head wrestling coach, and Amy Glen Obertubbesing will guide the girls tennis program.

    Below is the full release on both coaches:


    John Hastings, Wrestling

    June 12 at the Loudoun County School Board meeting, Mr. Josh Hastings was approved as the first Head Wrestling Coach at John Champe High School. Mr. Hastings comes to Champe from Heritage High School, where he has been an assistant coach for two years and the head coach for one year. 

    Coach Hastings has been involved in wrestling his entire life, competing, refereeing and coaching. As a wrestler he achieved 117 wins, District champion, placed in the State tournament and was a member of two VHSL state championship teams at Brentsville District High School. He was a member of the West Virginia University club wrestling team.

    Mr. Hastings, a graduate of West Virginia University, earned his Master’s in Education from George Mason University and is currently a teacher at Heritage High School.

    A resident of Loudoun, Coach Hasting’s experience, passion, intensity, and vision will establish a solid foundation for the Knights wrestling program by setting a standard of excellence from the beginning. 

    Please visit the John Champe High School website at http://lcps.org/jch and the athletic website at http://www.champesports.com to see more information about the athletic program, parent/student meeting dates, and important offseason activities. 


    Amy Glen Obertubbesing, Girls Tennis

    June 12 at the Loudoun County School Board meeting, Ms. Amy Glen Obertubbesing was approved as the first Varsity Girls Tennis Coach at John Champe High School.

    An energetic individual, Ms. Glen has been involved in tennis and sports in different capacities throughout her life. Coach Glen played tennis in High School and has been a tennis teacher in Woodbridge for 10 years. 

    Coach Glen attended College at Texas State University San Marcos, Texas and earned her BS in Interdisciplinary Studies, Early childhood education. She is currently a teacher at Creighton’s Corner Elementary School.

    Please visit the John Champe High School website at http://lcps.org/jch and the athletic website at http://www.champesports.com to see more information about the athletic program, parent/student meeting dates, and important offseason activities. 

    You can also follow us on twitter @Champesports.

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