Canton McKinley football coach Dan Reardon, in his 2nd year at McKinley, has a career record of 90-51 (.600), 3 state championships, and 4 state championship appearances.
Reardon started his coaching career in the college ranks as a graduate assistant, first on Jim Tressel's staff at Youngstown State, and then with Cam Cameron at Indiana. He then became an assistant from 1998-2003 at Warren Harding under coaches Gary Barber and Thom McDaniels. Reardon moved on to Youngstown Ursuline in 2004. Posting a record of 72-29 while at Ursuline, Reardon’s teams appeared in four state championship games, winning three straight from 2008-2010.
He also coached in a Division I state championship game in 2003 at Warren Harding.
A move out west ensued, and Coach Reardon found himself as head coach at Poudre High School, near Fort Collins, Colorado for two years, starting in 2012. Last season, Reardon moved to Wheat Ridge High School, and coached the Farmers to a 6-4 record.
Coach Reardon, in his initial McKinley campaign in 2015, went 7-4 and beat Massillion 30-28.