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Steffenhagen inducted into national hall of fame

Former DCE football coach set for 50th season in sport

1:35 AM, Jul. 11, 2013
Wayne Steffenhagen, who won five state titles in his 33 years as the D.C. Everest football coach, recently was inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Wayne Steffenhagen, who won five state titles in his 33 years as the D.C. Everest football coach, recently was inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
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When high school football practice begins Aug. 6, Wayne Steffenhagen plans to be on the field for his 50th year in the sport.

The former D.C. Everest football coach, who stepped down after the 2010 campaign, will spend his second season as an assistant with the Evergreens sophomore squad after he was a volunteer assistant with Newman Catholic for a year.

"Coaching to me has always been specialized teaching and helping young men improve," Steffenhagen said. "It certainly lights your fire a little bit. In your life, you would like to contribute and give back a little bit, and I'm grateful that ...

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