Pittsburgh Steelers named Bishop Canevin’s Rich Johnson Week 3 Coach of the Week

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The Pittsburgh Steelers Week 3 Coach of the Week is Rich Johnson, head football coach at Bishop Canevin.

“Coach Rich Johnson has Bishop Canevin sitting at 4-0 for the first time since 2012 after upsetting No. 3-ranked Springdale, 13-10 in Eastern Conference play. With their strong defense, the Crusaders held Springdale to just 23 total yards in the first half, while already recording two shutouts on the season. Coach Johnson is in his second year as head coach leading his team to an overall record of 9-3 in that time, which is a big turnaround from the 1-9 record the Crusaders had in 2019.”

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During each high school football season, the Pittsburgh Steelers select a High School Coach of the Week. This coach is selected by the Steelers as someone who has a big victory, a turnaround season, does extraordinary work in their community, and/or gives great effort to make a lasting positive impact in his student athletes. The Coach of the Week winners are invited to be honored at a Steelers home game and receive a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Head Coach Mike Tomlin; a Steelers Coach of the Week cap; and a $1,000 donation to their football program.

2021 Pittsburgh Steelers Coach of the Week Winners

Week 2 – Wade Brown, Monessen HS

Week 1 – Jim Ryan, Shaler Area HS

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