Bethel-Tate’s Steve Dahlheimer is chosen as the new head football coach at his alma mater

Steve Dahlheimer has been chosen to be the new head football coach at his alma mater, Bethel-Tate High School. The new head honcho on the Tigers’ gridiron is a 1987 graduate of the school where he had been a three-year letterman in the sport. He replaces Adam Szabo will be returning to his alma mater, Anderson High School, to coach.

Dahlheimer is a well-known and well-respected institution in his hometown. He has coached youth football in the community for six years and has been on the staff (mostly as head coach) of the junior high school grid program for four seasons.

In addition to his football leadership prowess, he is equally well-known at home for his being a martial arts instructor at Universal Tae Kwon Do, a business he owns in Bethel. He is a fifth degree black belt and a national champion in this field.

Dahlheimer believes the motivation and skills required in football and Tae Kwon Do are similar and can go hand-in-hand.