Inglemoor hires former Glacier Peak assistant to fill head football coach position

Inglemoor High School has announced the hiring of Steve Hannan as the head football coach going into the 2016-17 season.

Hannan, a former defensive coordinator at Glacier Peak High in Snohomish, takes over after four seasons under DJ Baddeley, who stepped down in November.

The Vikings have struggled since Frank Naish stepped down in 2013, going 4-35 in four seasons.

Glacier Peak went 5-5 in 2016, losing at Sumner in the first round of the playoffs. The Grizzlies lost to Bothell in the season opener.

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