Brian DeLallo - Head Coach

                                                                 Coach DeLallo played high school football at Keystone Oaks High School, under legendary                                                                           coach, John Durham.  He was a guard and Inside Linebacker.

                                                                Coach is a graduate of John Carroll University ("92"), where he was a two-year starter for the                                                                          Blue Streaks.  While at JCU, he was a part of the school's first OAC Championship and first team                                                                  to qualify for the NCAA Playoffs.

                                                                Coach DeLallo began his coaching career at Shadow Mountain High School, in Phoenix,                                                                                Arizona, where he served initially as Defensive Line Coach and later Defensive Coordinator.

From Shadow Mountain, Coach moved onto Hamilton High School, in Chandler Arizona, where he served as a defensive assistant.  He was the Defensive Line Coach and Linebackers Coach, at different times, for HHS.  During his 3-year stint at Hamilton, the Huskies went 33-5 and qualified for their first state championship game, finishing as Arizona Class 5A runner-up, in 2001.

In 2002, Coach DeLallo arrived at BPHS, where he would serve as Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach, through the 2013 season.  During this time, Bethel Park won its first WPIAL Championship and finished just shy of a state title, losing the PIAA Quad-A championship game in overtime (2008).

In 2014, Coach moved on to that school just to Upper St. Clair, where he served as and offensive assistant for two seasons, in both of which the Panthers appeared in the WPIAL Playoffs.

From 2016-2017, Mr. DeLallo was the Offensive Coordinator at Montour High School.  In 2017, he helped the Spartans to a WPIAL 4A runner-up finish.

Coach returned to Bethel Park in 2018, serving as Defensive Backs Coach.

In 2019, Coach DeLallo and his staff look forward to the challenge of preparing this year's team to take on the toughest schedule in the WPIAL.  Nine of the ten teams on the Blackhawks' schedule qualified for the playoffs last year.

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