Coach Bradach enters his second year at the helm at Roswell High School and 24th overall in his career. He has spent the previous 14 years at Milton High School where he was the head coach for 13 of those years. He has previously taught and coached at Centennial, Holy Redeemer (1st Head Coach at Blessed Trinity) and St. Pius X High School.
Coach Bradach was born and raised in Roswell and is a 1987 graduate of RHS. He was a 3 sport athlete participating in football, wrestling and track. During his senior year he was voted Best Defensive in football, MVP in wrestling after finishing in top 6 at state and MVP in track where he threw shot put and discus.
He married his high school sweetheart Weezie and they have 3 beautiful daughters Ellie(18), Molly(15) and Gray (12).
Darrin returns for his second year at Roswell as an Assistant Coach, and his 5th year as a Community Coach. Darrin was born and raised in Bloomington/Normal, IL, where he wrestled for 6 years through High school. Highlights of his career were state qualifier junior year at 189 lbs, and 3rd place in state as a Senior at heavyweight. Darrin attended Auburn University. He and his wife Becca have lived in Alpharetta since 2006. They have two children, Mackenzie and Jake, and one on the way! The Kurth's are members at Perimeter Church. Coach Kurth enjoys wrestling because "it is one of the most difficult sports in that it requires endurance, coordination, and mental and physical toughness." He enjoys coaching because "I can take part in helping young men endure and grow through facing the mental and physical challenges presented by wrestling."
Nicholaus Bloom has committed himself to this year's Roswell High School Wrestling Team as an assistant coach. He is currently a full-time recruiter and career specialist for the Georgia National Guard. He is also a current member of the American Taekwondo Association and attends the Karate Atlanta Roswell location. Coach Bloom was born in Savannah, GA. He later moved to Jonesboro where he attended and graduated Lovejoy High School in 1992. He entered the Active Army and wrestled for the Schweinfurt Community Wrestling Team. He became a four-time freestyle champion in his division from 1993-1996. When he returned to Georgia in 2000, he joined the National Guard and participated in various MMA and combative competitions throughout the Nation. Coach Bloom is currently ranked #1 in the state of Georgia with the ATA in multiple events. Contact sparring is his favorite event of choice.