FREDERICKTOWN – Fredericktown High School Athletic Director Nate Bellman has announced that Shena Beheler, a FHS graduate who has been at the helm of the Fredericktown volleyball program since 2013, has resigned.
Beheler compiled a 99-62 record over her seven years as varsity head volleyball coach at FHS. The 2019 Freddie volleyball team finished 22-5, winning the district championship and qualifying for regionals for the first time since 2002.
“I have appreciated the opportunity to serve as varsity volleyball coach at Fredericktown for the past seven years. I just felt it was time to move on to another capacity within the Fredericktown volleyball program. I have really enjoyed coaching the young ladies in our program and watching them grow and develop over the years,” said Beheler.
Bellman had high praise for Beheler as she departs from the varsity coaching role.
“Coach Beheler has been an asset to our athletic department at Fredericktown Local Schools. She has guided the young women in our volleyball program on the court for the past seven years in exemplary fashion,” said Bellman.
Bellman added, “We can’t thank Coach Beheler enough for all the time and effort she put into the volleyball program both on and off the court.”
Bellman indicated that a search for the new varsity head volleyball coach would begin immediately.