LAST UPDATE: 3/8/2020
Chris Fahr is entering his 9th season with as the Waterford Mott Head Football coach. In 2014 Coach Fahr led the Corsairs to win the KLAA North League Championship. From 2015-2017 Fahr led the Corsairs to the MHSAA Playoffs, including the city of Waterford's first and only playoff victories. Highlighted by 2017, the Corsairs won the inaugural Lake Valley Conference Championship, as well as, winning the program's first home playoff game. Prior to Mott, Coach Fahr spent time on the Ellsworth Panther's football staff as the defensive backs and special teams coordinator. Before joining the Panthers, Fahr spent the previous ten yars coaching at Birmingham Seaholm High School (Birmingham, MI), six as the head coach. In his first year as head coach, Seaholm went 8-3 and were OAA Champions. During his tenure, Coach Fahr facilitated the pursuit and achievement for multiple players who received Division 1 football scholarships, along with many more players who continued their football careers at the 1AA and Division 2&3 levels. Prior to Seaholm, Fahr was with the staffs of Pontiac Central HS (2000). Coach Fahr is a graduate of Meadowcreek High School in Norcross, Georgia and received his Bachelor's degree in health and physical education from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). He is also a veteran of the United States Marine Corp (1993-1997). Coach fahr is married to wife, Candace Fahr. They have a pit bull puppy name DJ.
Matt Castillo is entering his 5th year with the Corsairs. He spent five years coaching football with the Waterford Youth Corsairs, three of which were spent as the Defensive Coordinator at the freshman and JV levels and one was spent as an Assistant Defensive Coordinator/Scout Team Coach for Varsity. The last year I was the Head Coach for the Varsity team. In addition to football, Coach Castillo spent the last four years coaching the Waterford Wolverines AAU Travel Basketball Team and has been an Assistant Coach for the Waterford Angels Federation Travel Baseball Team for the past three. He is a Waterford Mott graduate and played football, but due to injury was not able to participate at the collegiate level.