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Bermudian Springs running back Aaron Dupler lunges for the end zone during a YAIAA game against York Catholic last season. Bermudian has hired John Livelsberger as its new head coach, replacing Jon DeFoe who resigned following a 21-year run.

John Livelsberger is fully aware of the tradition surrounding the Bermudian Springs football program. He’s been a part of it for 16 years, the last 11 of which came as an assistant under Jon DeFoe.

When DeFoe decided to step away from the sidelines in January, ending a 21-year run that produced 152 victories, the Eagles sought a head coach that would help them carry on that longstanding tradition. Livelsberger plans to do just that.

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