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Edison High School has hired Dieter Nemes as its varsity boys lacrosse coach. The announcement was made on Wednesday on Twitter.

Nemes has taught at Edison since 1994 and also was the Edison Lacrosse Club coach from 2006-2008. In addition, Nemes was also an assistant varsity coach, JV coach and frosh-soph coach for Edison before being named the varsity head coach.

Nemes played football and lacrosse at Northwestern University and was the lacrosse captain from 1982-83.

Nemes takes over for Rich Clayton, who coached the Chargers for three seasons. Last season, Edison went 11-6 overall and 5-3 in the Sunset League, tying with Los Alamitos for second place and falling just short of making the playoffs. The 11 wins were the most wins Edison has had as a CIF sanctioned program.