LAST UPDATE: 2/21/2018

 

Chris Fahr is entering his 7th season with as the Waterford Mott Head Football coach. In 2014 Coach Fahr led the Corsairs to a share of the league championship and the program's 5th playoff appearance in school history.  The team is currently on a three year streak of qualifying for the MHSAA playoffs and posted the team's first ever playoff victory in 2016.   Prior to Mott, Coach Fahr spent time on the Ellsworth Panther's football staff as the defensive backs and special teams coach. Before joining the Panthers, Fahr spent the last ten years 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 Division II Champions. During his tenure at Seaholm, Coach Fahr facilitated the pursuit and achievement for four players who received Division 1 football scholarships (first time a player received one since 1993), along with 15 other 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) and Milford Lakeland HS (1998). Coach Fahr is a graduate of Meadowcreek High School in Norcross, Georgia and graduated college from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). He is also a veteran of the United States Marine Corp (1993-1997).

 

Mike Bolan is heading into his 6th year with the Corsair program. Coach Bolan will be the run game coordinator and will continue guiding the linebackers at all 3 levels.   He was born and raised in Waterford and graduated from Mott High School. He started playing football in second grade for the Waterford Corsairs and began coaching for them in 2002. Mike has been coaching linebackers at Waterford Mott High school for the past three years. He enjoys working with the kids, not only teaching them the sport of football, but also helping them stay focused on school work and to stay right outside of school. Mike looks forward to continuing to be part of the coaching staff at Waterford Mott High School.

  

Matt Castillo is entering his third 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.

Coach Prince is entering his 3rd year at Mott High School as the defensive backs coach. He previously was a varsity assistant coach at Avondale High School and Notre Dame Prep. Coach Prince played collegefootball at Morgan State University, earned his Bachelors Degree from Baker College, and graduated from Pontiac Northern High School. He considers this a great opportunity to work with these young men, doing his part to help them develop and succeed on and off the football field.

This will be Coach Alamat’s 5th season coaching high school football, first at Waterford Mott.   The previous 3 years he coached at Milford High School and was the Varsity Offensive Line Coach including the Offensive Coordinator of for the JV squad for two of those seasons and Head JV Coach in 2016.  Also in 2016, he was the Head Coach of the Milford Mustangs Varsity team (7th and 8th graders).   He started on the offensive line at Albion College from 2011-2013 winning conference championships and NCAA playoff berths in 2011 and 2013. In high school, he played football for Detroit Catholic Central and was part of the Regional Championship team in 2007.

Chris Sikora will be starting his first year with the Corsair Football program. Coach Sikora will be entering his 13th season coaching. Previously, Coach Sikora served as the Head Football Coach at Berkley High School, guiding them to an unprecedented 3 straight playoff appearances including the school's only district title earning him the 2015 MHSFCA Regional Coach of the Year Award. Throughout his time, Coach Sikora has worked with several state championship coaches, members of the MHSFCA Hall of Fame, and under a NCAA DI Head Coach. Over the past 13 years Coach Sikora has worked on both sides of the football fulfilling offensive and defensive coordinator roles. In 2017, Coach Sikora was welcomed to the Mott teaching staff. He is currently in his 12th year as an educator.

Ken Wade graduated from Oakland Catholic High School, he started on Varsity for all of his four years there. AAfter he graduated high school he attended Northwood University after receiving a football scholarship. Ken has spent 11 years coaching in various positions for the Pontiac Panthers Youth Football League. He spent two years coaching defensive line, one year as freshman defensive coordinator. He was a defensive coordinator for Junior Varsity and was the head coach for Junior Varsity for five years. He then moved up to be the head coach and offensive coordinator for the Varsity team for a year before moving to the Waterford Mott Football Family. While coaching the Junior Varsity team they made not one, but two MYFCC Superbowls, and he also coached the Varsity team to their only Superbowl appearance.Ken joined the Waterford Mott Football staff prior to the 2017 season and was the Defensive line coach for the program as well as Freshman head coach and offensive coordinator. He looks forward to the 2018 season where he will serve as the JV head coach and offensive coordinator, as well as a Varsity offensive assistant coach.