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Shroder Paideia names its next head football coach

Posted at 1:40 PM, Jan 07, 2020

CINCINNATI — Shroder Paideia High School has named G. Benjamin Myles, the defensive coordinator at Cincinnati Country Day last season, as its next head football coach.

The St. Louis native has been a head coach at programs in Tennessee and Oklahoma and has 15 years of coaching experience at the high school and collegiate levels.

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A former Drake University wide receiver, Myles was the running backs coach in 2008 at Missouri S&T, an NCAA Division II program. He was a state track champion in Missouri in 1998 and a member of a 3A state runner-up football team in 1997.

Myles succeeds Chris Bishop at Shroder. Bishop had been the Shroder head coach the past three seasons.

Shroder, a Division IV, Region 16 program, was 3-7 overall including 2-4 in the Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference last season.

The Cincinnati area also has head football coaching openings that include Batavia, Mariemont, Purcell Marian, Riverview East and Western Brown.