• Cheektowaga Central Football

    Coaching Staff


    Varsity Coaches

    Head Coach Mike Fatta:

    Coach Fatta is a Cheektowaga Central graduate from the class of 1995.  He attended Canisius College and played 4 years as a defensive end.  Upon graduation, he worked as an assistant on the Griffs’ coaching staff for 2 years.  He is the Assistant Principal at CCHS.  2012 was his first season as Head Coach after serving as a Varsity assistant since 2002.  He spent the 2 years previous to that coaching on the modified level.  His biggest fans are his wife Natasha, their son Jake and their wonderful daughter Lilah.


    Scott Zipp:

    Coach Zipp graduated from Depew in 1992.  He attended Buffalo State and Canisius College to attain a degree in education.  He is currently Cheektowaga Central High School's Principal, and taught Biology for several years.  He served at the Warriors' head football coach for 10 years and is making his return to the sidelines as an assistant after taking a year off from coaching.  His biggest fans are his wife Vicky, their beautiful daughter Miranda, and their son Brett.


    Bob Mucitelli:

    Coach Mucitelli graduated from Cicero-North Syracuse High School in 1996.  He attended Canisius College where he received a Masters in Physical Education and played four years of football as a defensive back for the Griffs.  He coached one year of football at Bishop Grimes High School in East Syracuse. He has been on the Varsity staff since 2009 after coaching the JV team for four years. His biggest fans are his wife Azure and their lovely daughters Genevieve and Penelope. 

    Kyle Lackie:

    Coach Lackie is member of the 2003 Cheektowaga Central graduating class.  He participated in football, basketball, and baseball as a Warrior.  He attained his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from SUNY Brockport while playing 4 years of football for the Golden Eagles.  2012 was his first on the Cheektowaga coaching staff after spending 2 years coaching JV football at Williamsville East.  Coach Lackie also coaches JV Basketball and Modified Baseball at Cheektowaga Central.


    JV Coaches

    Head Coach Jeff McGill:

    Coach McGill is a 2001 graduate of Cheektowaga Central.  He participated in football, wrestling, and baseball as a Warrior and was a 1st team All State LB and the 2000 Hitman Award winner.  He attained his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from Buffalo State College and is currently working as a Teacher’s Assistant in the high school.  He has been coaching Warriors football since 2005, spending 3 years on Modified before moving up to be the JV Head Coach in 2008.  In the spring, Coach McGill serves as the head Varsity Baseball coach.  His biggest fan is his wife Jessica.


    Rich Bridenbaker:

    Coach Bridenbaker is a 1995 graduate of Cleveland Hill.  He went on to study at Canisius College and received his degree for Physical Education/Health, while also playing OLB for the Griffs.  After graduation he went on to play for the Buffalo Gladiators for eight years and.  He currently teaches Health at Cleveland Hill Middle School.  He coached at Cleveland Hill for six years before joining the Cheektowaga Varsity coaching staff in 2005 and then transitioned to the JV in 2009.  He is also the Head Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Coach here at Cheektowaga.  His biggest fans are his wife Audrey, their son Zachary, and beautiful daughter Alexis.


    Andrew Sedor:

    Coach Sedor is a 1985 graduate of Cheektowaga Central.  As a Warrior he competed in football, basketball, and baseball and still holds the record for longest field goal in program history.  He has earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from Buffalo State College in Special Education and currently works at CCHS as a Special Education teacher in the Science department.  He is also coaches JV Baseball.  His biggest fans are his lovely daughters Catie and Erica.


    Modified Coaches

    Head Coach Rudy Fish:

    Coach Fish graduated in 1998 from North Penn High School in Pennsylvania where he played football for six years.  He attended Mansfield University and studied Elementary Education.  He currently works in CCHS and has been coaching modified football for the Warriors since 2008 and been the head coach since 2009.  His biggest fans are his wife Karen and sons Nathan and Bryan.