Mountain View high hires new varsity coach


Mountain View High School has hired a new coach for its varsity baseball team.

Dan Demuth, a freshman-sophomore assistant for the past three years, will serve as the new varsity head coach this school year.

"Our hiring committee really felt Dan stood out during the interview process and we feel he's the right guy to provide stability to our baseball program and provide an enjoyable experience for our players," Mountain View High School athletic director Shelley Smith said in a press release.

Demuth, who played college baseball at the University of California at Davis, said that he is happy to coach varsity this year.

"I am excited and privileged to continue coaching the student athletes at Mountain View High School after working at the frosh-soph level the last three years," Demuth said in a statement.

In addition to Demuth, John Verducci has been hired to as varsity assistant coach. According to Mountain View High School officials, Demuth and Verducci have coached baseball together for the past ten years.


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