Hermiston School District Athletics and Activities Director Larry Usher announced today that Omar Medina will step up as the next Hermiston High School head girls soccer coach.
Medina has been a girls’ assistant coach for the last five years. He was hired by the district in 2017 as a success coordinator, and he currently serves as a social worker.
“Omar has had a huge impact on our student body at HHS, as both a success coordinator and a social worker,” said Usher. “We are confident that these positive relationships will continue to the soccer pitch and create great experiences for our athletes.”
Medina is a 2004 HHS graduate. He and his wife, Angela, have two young boys.