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Background Information

Employment History

Eighth-Grade Football Coach

Benjamin Rush Middle School


Standout Wide Receiver

Lions


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http://www.rushvillerepublican.com/local/local_story_194210857.html

They included Jason Bass, RCHS assistant principal; Jason Yurack, BRMS eighth-grade football coach; Laura Howell, Milroy kindergarten teacher; Jennifer Myers, Mays kindergarten teacher; Cynthia Dougherty, Arlington kindergarten teacher; Lisa Bare, RCHS social studies teacher; Debbie Banks, Flag Corp co-instructor; Lilly Abraham, Arlington Academic Spell Bowl coach; Kay Rogers, Arlington athletic director; Nathan Nigh, Memorial gym custodian; Ramona Sterwerf, RCS bus driver; Camille Lukens, RCS bus driver; Melissa Storie, Milroy third-grade teacher; Angela Stevens, Milroy sixth-grade teacher; and Abigail Vannatta, RCHS special education teacher.


Rushville Republican - Former Lion returns to coach

Jason Yurack is pictured doing his thing - coaching. Published August 01, 2006 10:29 pm - Former RCHS athlete Jason Yurack has moved back to town and is looking forward to coaching the area youth.Yurack, a standout wide receiver for the Lions and 1993 graduate, will be the eighth-grade football coach at Benjamin Rush Middle School.He is also coaching the Chiefs in the third and fourth grade youth football league for Rush County.Former Lion returns to coachFormer RCHS athlete Jason Yurack has moved back to town and is looking forward to coaching the area youth.Yurack, a standout wide receiver for the Lions and 1993 graduate, will be the eighth-grade football coach at Benjamin Rush Middle School.He is also coaching the Chiefs in the third and fourth grade youth football league for Rush County."I want to bring an energy back to football here," Yurack said."Those that have been coaching have done a great job.I just want to bring a new energy here."I've learned a lot and been blessed to learn from some great coaches.I want to pass what I have learned on to the kids," Yurack said."It's all about the kids."Yurack had 1,000 yards receiving in 1992 for the Lions which also included 18 touchdowns.Current RCHS assistant varsity girls basketball coach Doug Marlow was the quarterback tossing the passes to Yurack.Also that year, Yurack averaged 22.6 yards per punt return.Following graduation, Yurack went to Joliet Junior College in Chicago and then on to North Carolina Weslyan.He spent eight years in North Carolina coaching football and basketball from young kids up through the varsity ranks.Now he is back to an area he missed."We liked North Carolina, but just missed home.This is a great place to raise a family," said Yurack.Yurack and his wife Heidi (from Pendleton) have three sons-Austin 10, Alex 9 and Gunner 7.RCHS head coach Chris Makowski impressed Yurack when the two met.He really cares and loves the kids," Yurack said."We'll take his philosophies and implement them at the junior high."For those students at BRMS that are not sure whether football is for them or not, Yurack says, "come out and give it a shot.Give me three weeks.If you don't like it then, come and talk to me about it."The kids will learn a lot and have a lot of fun," Yurack added.


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