Jason Hall was named the new football coach and assistant athletic director at Massillon on Thursday night.
He leaves Nordonia after one season.
Hall, a Columbus native, was given a three-year contract to become the 26th head coach in Massillon's 113-year history. Hall, 33, replaces Tom Stacy, who resigned after three seasons and was hired as coach at Green. Hall, a three-time Division III All-American at Mount Union, will make $72,075 as the assistant athletic director and $13,000 as coach.
Massillon is the fourth head coaching job and third in three seasons for Hall. He began his career at Southeast and then, after two years, moved to Brush. After three years at Brush, he moved on to Nordonia.
Former Nordonia coach Keith Boedicker is believed to be a candidate to return. He had a 92-32 record and made five playoff appearances in 11 seasons.