A standout lineman for the Golden Tornadoes from 1991-94, Jason Wargo is entering his sixth season coaching the Geneva offensive line in his second stint on the coaching staff. Wargo began his initial term with Geneva in 2000 and spent three years as the offensive line coach as a full-time assistant on Coach DeMarco’s staff.
Wargo played for the Golden Tornadoes in the early 90’s and lettered for three seasons as a starter on the offensive line. Following his playing days, he began coaching first in the high school ranks at Union for the 1995 and 1996 seasons and then for a year at Freedom High School. He then moved on to the college ranks with a two-year stay at Thiel College in 1998 and 1999 before heading back to his alma mater in 2000.
In addition to his work on the football staff, Wargo was named the Associate Head Coach for Geneva’s track and field team in 2010. Wargo works exclusively with the throwers and along with head coach Brian Yowler has done a tremendous job in the spring with the track and field student-athletes. Residing in Beaver, Wargo grew up in New Wilmington and began his football career at New Wilmington Area High School where he and his teammates advanced to the state championship game in 1988.
Wargo and his wife Rachel reside in Cooperstown, PA.
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