When Paul Salomon arrived at the Maui All-Star Cheerleading team’s gym in his native Hawaii in 2010, he had no idea that a coaching job would turn into a family business just a few years later.
By Jason Stone, AFN Contributing Writer
Walking off the field victorious last Friday, the Desert Vista High football team had reached a place where it hadn’t been since 2011.
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