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Granada bumps up JV football coach Marc Moses to lead varsity team

Moses succeeds Tim Silva as Matadors' head coach

Granada High School's varsity football team will have a new head coach this fall, according to an announcement Monday from Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.

Coach Marc Moses. (Photo courtesy LVJUSD)

Marc Moses will be ascending to head varsity coach after 11 years as head coach of Granada's junior varsity team, which he led to an undefeated season in 2021.

"We are excited to have Coach Moses step up to lead our football program. His experience and leadership will provide a strong foundation for the future of Granada football," Granada's athletic director David Moore said in the district statement.

Moses brings more than 20 years of high school coaching experience to the new role and his longtime junior varsity coaching staff will be moving up with him.

"I am looking forward to this new venture and working ardently with our athletes and coaching staff to bring a winning season to the Matadors in 2022," Moses said in LVJUSD's statement.

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Moses has been a part of the Tri-Valley community for the past 20 years, residing in Dublin with his wife Carol and son Marc Jr.

Moses is succeeding coach Tim Silva who has been at the helm of the varsity team since 2007. Before his tenure at Granada, Silva coached at Dublin High School for 11 years. LVJUSD officials said that Silva has chosen to retire from coaching but will continue on as a physical education teacher. 

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Granada bumps up JV football coach Marc Moses to lead varsity team

Moses succeeds Tim Silva as Matadors' head coach

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Mon, Feb 7, 2022, 9:58 pm
Updated: Tue, Feb 8, 2022, 2:47 pm

Granada High School's varsity football team will have a new head coach this fall, according to an announcement Monday from Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.

Marc Moses will be ascending to head varsity coach after 11 years as head coach of Granada's junior varsity team, which he led to an undefeated season in 2021.

"We are excited to have Coach Moses step up to lead our football program. His experience and leadership will provide a strong foundation for the future of Granada football," Granada's athletic director David Moore said in the district statement.

Moses brings more than 20 years of high school coaching experience to the new role and his longtime junior varsity coaching staff will be moving up with him.

"I am looking forward to this new venture and working ardently with our athletes and coaching staff to bring a winning season to the Matadors in 2022," Moses said in LVJUSD's statement.

Moses has been a part of the Tri-Valley community for the past 20 years, residing in Dublin with his wife Carol and son Marc Jr.

Moses is succeeding coach Tim Silva who has been at the helm of the varsity team since 2007. Before his tenure at Granada, Silva coached at Dublin High School for 11 years. LVJUSD officials said that Silva has chosen to retire from coaching but will continue on as a physical education teacher. 

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