Warren hires Jon Jasnoch

Warren announced Tuesday thatJon Jasnoch is the school’s new boys basketball coach.Jasnoch played at Warren for Darrel Bader and Chuck Ramsey and has been involved with the program as an assistant for the past 18 years.

“I am very excited that Jon will be taking the reins of the program,” Warren Athletic Director Mark Pos said in a statement. “He has been very loyal to the program for the past 18 years and now it is his time to lead our boys’ basketball program. I am looking forward to working with Jon and help him continue to make this a successful program.”

Jasnoch replaces Ryan Webber, who resigned earlier this month to take the job at United Township.

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