Multiple Teams · Winter coaches receive LEL honors!


Head coaches Mark Moos and John Rositano were both selected as Lake Erie League Coach of the Year for their respective sports.

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The varsity wrestling team this year was very young with only one senior yet the team showed a lot of progress throughout the season making them poised to make some noise next season.  They turned some heads late in the season as they finished runner-up to Maple Hts at the Lake Erie League Tournament. 

This is Coach Moss’ 4th year as the head wrestling coach at Lorain High School.  He is a graduate of St. Edward High School where he was a 4-time state placer (4th, 2nd, 1st, 1st), Junior Freestyle Champion, and Senior National Champion.  He was ranked #1 in his weight class in the country as both a junior and senior.  After graduating from high school, Coach Moos went on to the University of Michigan where he was a 4-year starter and 3-time Big Ten placer (5th, 4th,  4th).  Before becoming the head coach at Lorain High, Coach Moos was an assistant coach at Southview HS (2008-2010), St. Edward HS (2009-2012, and Avon Lake HS (2012-2013).

The basketball team finished the regular season winning their 3rd straight Lake Erie League Championship.  The team will play Avon High School tomorrow night in the District Semifinal. 

Coach Rositano is a graduate of Admiral King High School class of 1981.   He later went on to receive his Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Bowling Green State University.  He was an assistant coach at Lorain Admiral King from 1985-1994.   He was then hired to coach at cross-town rival Lorain High School for the 94-95 season where he led them to a 19-5 record and the schools’ first ever regional appearance.  Coach Rositano then moved over to his alma mater Lorain Admiral King.   In eight seasons he led the Admirals to a 110-64 record with five conference championships.  He then moved over to Amherst High School to coach the girls program.  In nine seasons he guided the Comets to a 147-77 record along with 2 conference titles, a regional final and a 2 district runner up titles.  Coach Rositano is now back in his hometown once again leading the Lorain High.