For Immediate Release
May 24, 2023
Grand Forks Central High School Names New Head Boys’ Wrestling Coach
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Grand Forks Public Schools is pleased to announce that Garrett Litzinger has accepted the Head Boys’ Wrestling Coach position at Grand Forks Central (GFC) High School.
“As an assistant coach for eight years and a high school wrestler for four years at GFC, Garrett understands the strengths of the program and what to build on to carry on the great tradition of GFC Boys’ Wrestling,” said Tony Bina, athletic director at Grand Forks Central High School. “Garrett’s knowledge of wrestling is very strong, and he will continue to learn to provide the best opportunities for his wrestlers to compete at high levels.
“I am very excited to continue the rich tradition of Grand Forks Central Boys’ Wrestling,” said Litzinger.
Litzinger will replace former head coach Jeff Welsh, who resigned this spring.
Litzinger served as an assistant coach for GFC from 2014-2023. Litzinger also served as an assistant coach for Northland Community & Technical College - Thief River Falls during the 2021-2022 season. He wrestled for Grand Forks Central from 2010-2014 and continued his wrestling career at Northland from 2014-2016.
Litzinger is currently an 8th grade U.S. History Teacher at Valley Middle School. He has also been an assistant coach for GFC Football since 2017.
Media Contact: Tony Bina, firstname.lastname@example.org, 701-787-4064.