Faith Christian has promoted offensive coordinator Vince Siravo to head coach, the school announced on Thursday morning.
Siravo spent the past four seasons directing the Eagles offense. He takes over for Ralph Nance, who retired in December. Nance was 29-13 in four seasons.
Faith Christian was 9-2 last season while competing in Class 2A.
Siravo also has extensive youth coaching experience, having started Faith Christian's middle school football program, and has coached arena football and semiprofessional football since 2008.
He is expected to bring an aggressive and up-tempo style of offense and defense to the program, according to the school.
"Coach Siravo is excited to continue to work with Faith and its tradition of winning and excellence on the football field as well as develop young men for a life of service and success off the field," the school said in announcing the hire.
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