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Granada Hills' Tom Harp is Mr. Versatility

When it comes to coaches who know how to move from one sport to another, they don't get much better than Tom Harp of Granada Hills.

He won a City Championship in football in 1987 as co-coach with Darryl Stroh. He has won four City titles coaching boys' volleyball, and on Saturday, he won his first City title in girls' volleyball. He has even made it to the finals coaching girls' soccer.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 
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solomon li

I played under Harp for the '97 boys' volleyball championship team. 3 of the 4 years I was there our varsity teams made it to the city finals.

Sondheimer is right the versatility, but Harp isn't just versatile, but he's an institutional mainstay and a man of proven success.

You may want to consider that as a boys' volleyball coach his winning percentage for his 30 some odd years of coaching has been over 76%. He's a man with an eye for talent, chemistry, and hard workers.


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