Ryan Teglovic steps down after 14 seasons with Eagles


By Brandon Little - [email protected]



Ryan Teglovic looks onto the field during a matchup with Upper Sandusky during the 2021 season.

Ryan Teglovic looks onto the field during a matchup with Upper Sandusky during the 2021 season.


NORTH ROBINSON — The Ryan Teglovic era is coming to an end for the Colonel Crawford football team. Teglovic is stepping down after 14 seasons with the program.

Early in 2021, Teglovic was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The community has rallied around Teglovic the entire way. Teglovic still managed to coach the Eagles to a 10-2 record and a second place finish in the Northern 10 — Colonel Crawford was just behind the Ohio Division IV State Champion, Carey.

Teglovic coached his way to a 93-53 record while in North Robinson. Colonel Crawford was Northern 10 champions in 2020, as Teglovic was the conference coach of the year.

At this time it is unknown who will lead the Eagles next. Teglovic continues as a social studies teacher at Colonel Crawford High School.

Ryan Teglovic looks onto the field during a matchup with Upper Sandusky during the 2021 season.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2022/02/web1_IMG_4853.jpgRyan Teglovic looks onto the field during a matchup with Upper Sandusky during the 2021 season.

By Brandon Little

[email protected]

VideoID:
VideoType:
URL:
Video Embed String:
Video Caption:
Video Credit:
Video Position:

(use the “for files…” link above to associate attached files with this source)