Williamsburg athletic director Ogden grabs the head football coaching reins in Clermont County

Ron Ogden has been named as the new head football coach at Williamsburg High School. He replaces Jim Pope who was an all-star gridder at Williamsburg from where he graduated in 1972.

Ogden will be very busy from now until after the end of football season. He also serves as the school’s athletic director.

Ogden is a 1966 graduate of Loveland high School where he played and starred under legendary head coach Stan McCoy. After high school graduation he served three years in the United States Army. From there he attended and graduated (1974) from Wilmington College where he played on the Quaker gridiron.

He began his football coaching career as an assistant at Loveland High and then moved to assist at Hillsboro High School. His first head coaching job was with the Bearcats of Paint Valley High School in Ross County, Ohio.