Former HS Football Coach moves on


hoboken-ed-stinson-2.jpgFormer Hoboken football coach extrordinaire Edward Stinson, who was considered one of the best coaches in NJ, has been named new coach at Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington.

Stinson, who had coached in Hoboken until 2007 2004, had led the Red Wings to a 9-3 record in his final season. His overall record was an excellent 221-61-4, winning 14 HCIAA titles (and seven in a row at one point) and six NJSIAA state sectional titles during his tenure. Milestones included winning streaks of 38 and 29 games.

He’s leaving his defensive coordinator/defensive backs position at William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ to take over the Queen of Peace team that went 2-8 in the 2007 football season.

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2 Comments on "Former HS Football Coach moves on"

8 years 9 months ago

What happened w/ this guy…did he leave Hoboken voluntarily or was he forced out?

8 years 10 months ago

I thought Lou Tag was coach the past 2 years…i believe Stinson left Hoboken at the end of 2005, but i suppose i could be wrong..