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Hickory and Ft. Cherry High School
California University of PA BS Education, MS Education,
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A high school 4 year football letterman playing quarterback, running back and defensive back and was chosen an All-Star in the Southwest Conference. He also earned letters in track, basketball and wrestling. Haught was the Senior Class President and President of the Ft.
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Cherry Student Council.

After high school he entered the U.S. Army (1961-1964) and after completion of his tour of duty entered the work force as a steel worker.
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At California University he was a 2 year starting defensive back. His 1968 team were PSAC CO-Champions and he was selected as lst.Team Coaches All¬ PSAC.

His teaching and coaching career began at Chartiers-Houston High School where he became an assistant football and wrestling coach (1969-1975) and head football coach in 1976. John’s football coaching career record is 155-134-6 a winning percentage of .
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535. Including in this record are 5 Conference Championships, 3 undefeated regular seasons, 20 seasons with a .500 or better average and 9 appearances in the WPIAL playoffs, (3 times in semi-finals).

Haught’s individual honors include, 2 times Washington Coach of the Year – 1979, 1982, 3 times Washington County Coach of the Year Finalist — 1998, 2001 and 2005. Selected 5 times Conference Coach of the year, 1978,’81,’86,’97 and 2000 and Eastern Association of Interscholastic Football Officials’ Coach of the Year.
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He was the Head Coach of the 1999 North Squad of the Tri-County Coaches Association All-Star Game and was inducted into the Tri-County Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame, Class of 2006.