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Eagles Football on the Radio!

W100 will broadcast CV Varsity football games on

102.9 FM and 960 AM this season.  JJ Randolph will

provide the play-by-play and will be joined by Joe Ricci in the booth. 

Broadcasts will also be streamed on www.1029whyl.com  

Josh Oswalt

is the New

Cumberland Valley

Head Football Coach
From ABC News Release

Josh Oswalt, a Cumberland Valley High School graduate is the Eagles new head football coach and brings with him a decade of head football coaching experience.  He served as the Central York Panther’s head coach 2016 thru 2019 and was head coach of Carlisle’s Thundering Herd from 2010-1016. Prior to these head coaching assignments, Josh was a Defensive Line Coach at Shippensburg University.

“We are excited to welcome Josh as our next head football coach. He has done a great job at Central York and we are looking forward to Josh’s enthusiasm and passion for football,” said Mike Craig, Cumberland Valley School District Athletic Director.  “Oswalt’s commitment as a coach extends beyond the gridiron.  Josh places an emphasis on community involvement and we look forward to his continuation of that at Cumberland Valley,” said Craig.

While a student-athlete at Cumberland Valley, Oswalt played under longtime head coach Tim Rimpfel. Where he learned “invaluable lessons” as a player in Coach Rimpfel’s system.  And it is those lessons that have prepared Josh for this opportunity.

“I am extremely excited to come back home.  It is an honor and a privilege to be named the next head football coach at Cumberland Valley High School,” said Oswalt.  “I have spent the last ten years as a head football coach, using my experiences from my alma mater as the standard to mold my programs.  Coach Rimpfel held each of his players to a high standard and had an ability to develop every player in the program regardless of their skill-set.”

“I too have those same expectations for my players,” Josh said.  “I believe that as the leader of the Eagle football program, it is my duty to utilize the football platform and use it for positivity.  We will build relationships with other organizations and teams to give back to our community and school district. I cannot wait to get to work!”

About Coach Oswalt:

  • 2004 graduate of Cumberland Valley High School
  • 2019 YAIAA Coach of the Year
  • 2017 East/West All-Star Game Defensive Coordinator
  • 2014 All-Sentinel Coach of the Year
  • District playoff appearances in 2019, 2018, 2016 (Central York).
  • District playoff appearances in 2015, 2014 (Carlisle)
  • Coach to one Big 33 QB/Team Captain, three All-State Players, two East/West All Stars, 16 NCAA players, and 22 All-Mid Penn Selections.