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Streamwood High School will see a new face on the football sidelines leading the Sabres this fall.
The school has hired Mark Orszula as the new head football coach. Coach Orszula spent the past 5 years as head football coach at Westmont High School. Prior to Westmont, Orszula served as an assistant coach at the University of St. Francis, Lisle High School, and Naperville North High School. He played for the Northern Illinois Huskies as an offensive lineman from 1999-2004.
"I am very excited to become the next head football coach at Streamwood High School. Coach (Cal) Cummins has done a good job these past years. I will continue to develop the program based on the foundation he set. I would like to thank (principal) Terri Lozier and (athletic director) Pat Ryan for selecting me to lead the program" said Orszula.
"I will work every day to instill the values I have learned throughout my playing and coaching career into our young men, and lead them to be the best student-athletes they can be."
Cummins coached the Sabres for seven seasons with a record of 15-49, including 8-36 in the Upstate Eight Conference. He led the Sabres to a playoff berth in 2011.
Orszula becomes the program's seventh head coach since the school opened in 1979.