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Warren H. Wolf.. Brick Township High School Varsity Head Football Coach for 51 years from 1958-2008. A proud,humble, spiritual man, who came to Brick Township in 1958 at the inception of Brick Township High School, after Coaching for 10 years at Memorial High School in West New York, N.J. under the legendary Coach Joe Coviello. As the schools only head football coach, Coach Wolf compiled at the time, a state record 361 wins. His teams won 13 state titles (six of them during the sectional playoff era which began in 1974), 29 division titles, and 8 undefeated seasons. Wolf was not just a football coach in Brick Township. During his illustrious career, he was also a School Teacher, Business Administrator, Councilman, Board of Education member, Assemblyman, Freeholder, and yes the Mayor of Brick Township in 1972. He guided his teams to championships while teaching them life’s lessons such as, kindness, caring, humility, respect, honor, pride, tradition, dignity, and integrity. Values that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives. Simply put Brick Township is Warren Wolf and Warren Wolf is Brick Township and Brick Township Green Dragon’s football.
“Football is a game that is just like life, execution and teamwork are what we strive for.” …Coach Wolf I hope I’ve made you proud Coach over the years. Coaching is more than a football field, it is the character of the man shaping boys into men. Thank you for the years you coached me and I will always cherish my experience with you. …Art Thoms, BTHS Class of 64, Super Bowl Champion Oakland Raiders 1976 Coach not only gave us the will to win and not accept defeat, he taught us to win with class and humility, preaching that humility is a basic characteristic of life. We all still carry that with us as adults and that is the bond we will always have. …Sam Riello, BTHS Class of 1962 With fond memories, I remember the entire 51 years involved with Brick Football and how fortunate I was to work, learn, teach and coach with my Dad. Thank you Dad…You made it all worthwhile. …Warren C. Wolf “Waz”, BTHS Class of 1976 Coach Wolf, You have taught us more than just the game of football. You taught us how to be humble, gain character, be respectful, and understand the term dedication. I want to thank you again for everything you have done for me. Your leadership, pride, dedication, and humbleness, has rubbed off on me and has helped me throughout my career. You have helped me become who I am today. …Pete Panuska, BTHS Class of 1982, University of Tennessee Coach Wolf is someone that is extremely special and has positively influenced hundreds of thousands of people, if not more. You probably don’t know how much you still influence me today and I thank you for making me a better athlete, a better student, a better Christian, a better citizen of the community, and just a better person. …Todd Durkin, BTHS Class of 1989, William & Mary College