Coaches drawn back by old ties
Mount Hebron’s Romano, Liberty’s Rainbow return to familiar programs
As Anna Romano looks around the gym at Mount Hebron before her volleyball team’s practice, she can’t help but smile and shake her head.
“At this point in my life, I never pictured myself back here,” she said before pausing. “But I’m glad I am.”
Romano is one of two area coaches, along with Liberty’s Mike Rainbow, to take over a highprofile team this year. But neither will be in unfamiliar territory.
Romano graduated from Mount Hebron in 2007 after playing volleyball for l egendary coach Mike Moynihan. When the school year ended for Howard County last year, Moynihan retired after 15 seasons.
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Mount Hebron coach Anna Romano was drawn back to lead her alma mater.