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Farrah resigns as Louisville football coach

By mikeb Published: April 1, 2010

Paul Farrah resigned Thursday as Louisville High School's football coach.

Farrah is a 1984 Louisville High School graduate. He took over the Louisville football team in 1999 and led the Leopards to the Division II state championship game in 2007, where they lost to Cincinnati Anderson.

Louisville had a 34-5 overall record during the past three seasons and went 21-0 in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference. Louisville had 10 or more wins in four of the past five seasons.

Farrah won seven NBC titles, had four 10-0 regular seasons, won two Associated Press poll championships and had a 94-26 record in 10 seasons at Louisville.

Farrah compiled a 35-26 record in six seasons at Tuslaw. He went 25-7 his final three years at Tuslaw and led the Trojans to the state playoffs twice.

In 16 years as a head coach, Farrah's record is 130-52.

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