Gregg Supiran Named Alpena High’s New Girls Soccer Coach | News, Sports, Jobs

Gregg Supiran

ALPENA — The Alpena High girls’ soccer program will have a new coach this spring after Alpena Public Schools announced the hiring of Gregg Supiran on Tuesday.

Supiran, a longtime assistant coach for Alpena’s boys’ and girls’ football programs, succeeds Tim Storch, who took over as varsity coach in 2012.

“I look forward to taking on this new position as varsity coach. I coached football and taught physical education in Alpena for 20 years. I enjoy teaching the sport and encouraging students/athletes to see and strive for their full potential through hard work, dedication and doing the ‘little things’ right,” Supiran said in a press release. “I am passionate about shaping and mentoring young athletes so they learn lifelong skills that can be learned through athletics.”

A Dansville High School graduate, Supiran has trained at Alpena on and off for the past 21 years. He is a former Spring Arbor University football player and holds his USFF National E and D Licenses in Football Coach Education.

“Coach Supiran is a great addition to our program. His experience and knowledge of the game will be a huge asset to our program,” said Jon Studley, Alpena’s sporting director. “We are delighted that he is leading our Wildcat football program.”

The Wildcats went 3-17-1 last season after the 2020 season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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