Following the 2019 season, North Brunswick head coach Mike Cipot lost one of his assistants to South Brunswick, which plucked from his staff John Viotto – a Vikings alum – to take over for the retired Joe Goerge.
Two years later, another Cipot assistant will take a head coaching job in Middlesex County.
When preseason camp opens today for Spotswood, former Edison standout Chris Meagher will be at the helm.
Though the Chargers have had a rough last couple of seasons, Meagher will have big shoes to fill.
Andy Cammarano left Spotswood as the Chargers’ longest-tenured football coach ever, going 61-76 over 14 seasons. His program peaked from 2013 to 2016, winning six games twice and seven games twice, going a combined 26-14 with a couple of Blue Division titles and a handful of playoff appearances mixed in as well.
Meagher recently spoke with Central Jersey Sports Radio’s Mike Pavlichko about the upcoming season. Click below to listen: