Santa Fe Christian Schools names new head football coach

Jon Wallace

Jon Wallace was named as the new Head Football Coach at Santa Fe Christian Schools today.  Wallace has been an Assistant Coach since 2004 and Head JV Coach at SFC since 2007.

“I am honored to be given the opportunity to serve as Head Football Coach at Santa Fe Christian,” said Wallace.  “I look forward to continuing the excellent tradition that has been established at SFC over the years.  The boys have already been hard at work, and we look forward to another great season!”

SFC Athletic Director Tom Seitz stated, “We believed it was very important to maintain the consistency of the program.  Jon has been an integral part of the success of the program over the years and will have a tremendous influence on the students of SFC.  We look forward to his leadership of the program.”

Wallace takes over the reigns from Coach Nick Ruscetta who served as Head Coach for the last six years during which time he compiled a record of 39-13. The Eagles are coming off the most successful season in the program’s history, advancing to the Division IV State Championship Game.

Related posts:

  1. Nick Ruscetta steps down as Santa Fe Christian Head Football Coach
  2. Solana Beach City Council recognizes Santa Fe Christian football with formal proclamation
  3. Santa Fe Christian wins CIF Division Title
  4. Santa Fe Christian students strive to ‘play like Will’
  5. New SDJA football coach expects his players to win, ‘do it right’

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