Mike Biehl, the record-setting quarterback at Salem in Virginia Beach, began his first day this week as Nansemond-Suffolk’s new head coach. Biehl said it’s a dream come true.
“I think it’s every assistant coach and coordinators dream to put in the work to get the experience that will allow you to get a head coaching job,” said Biehl, who had been an assistant at Tallwood for the past five seasons and was an assistant at Kellam. Biehl replaced Lew Johnston, who retired after leading the Saints to the VISAA Division III state championship last season. To continue reading the article in The Virginian-Pilot, please click here.