Jack Ryan Steps Down As Head Coach Of Westhampton Beach Cross Country, Track Programs To Pursue New Endeavor - 27 East

Jack Ryan Steps Down As Head Coach Of Westhampton Beach Cross Country, Track Programs To Pursue New Endeavor

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Max Haynia, left, Trevor Hayes and Jack Ryan.

Max Haynia, left, Trevor Hayes and Jack Ryan.

Drew Budd on Nov 17, 2021
Jack Ryan’s tenure as head coach of the Westhampton Beach boys cross country team could be summed up as: “I’m here for a good time, not a long time.” After... more

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