Mellor tabbed new coach at Harriton

Haverford High School announced this week that former defensive coordinator Justin Mellor was hired to be the next head coach at Harriton.

Mellor takes over a Harriton program that made great strides in recent years under

Photo Credit:Paul Bogosian, Haverford High Schook.

Photo Credit:  Haverford High School.

Marple Newtown product Matt Barr,

Mellor, who is a math teacher at Haverford, also coached JV baseball at the school.

Harriton is coming off a 5-5 season in the Central League.

A post on Haverford High’s Facebook page, congratulating Mellor on his new position, said:

“For the past 15 years or so we were fortunate to have a dedicated teacher, person, friend and coach at Haverford by the name of Justin Mellor. Today our friend was named head Football Coach at Harriton High School for the¬†fall of 2013. We will miss Justin’s dedication to Haverford in so many ways. He helped so many students and coaches. Now it is time to wish Coach Mellor the very best at Harriton. He deserved this opportunity. Although we lost a good one we are all happy for him and wish him the very best. Thanks for the memories coach on the football field, baseball field, classroom and as an fine person!”

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Matt Smith is an award-winning local sports writer for the Delaware County Times. A Delco native, Matt's covered local, pro and college sports at the Delco Times since 2006. In 2013, he won a Pennsylvania Keystone Press Award for Best Sports Coverage. He was runner up for a similar award in 2009 and also nominated 2011. Follow him on Twitter @DTMattSmith

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