The former Cleveland Heights football coach, Jeff Rotsky will coach the Euclid Panthers team this fall.
Rotsky stepped down as Cleveland Heights coach after seven seasons after claiming the school wouldn't let him make time for his family, "I need to be a father as well. And I would hope that there's anything that his community stands for, it's about families," Rotsky said at Cleveland Heights-University Heights school board meeting on January 6.
Euclid has been searching for a new football coach since last November, when Tom Gibbons stepped down.
The Panthers had a 4-6 record last season. The team will join the new Greater Cleveland Conference in the fall and will be competing against schools such as Solon, Brunswick, Mentor and Elyria.