Langley Rams Head Coach Matt “Snoop” Blokker has been reaching far and wide in an effort to build his coaching staff for the 2018 season but found his new Offensive Coordinator in the Canadian Junior Football League club’s own back yard.
Langley native Howie Zaron has been hard at work as the Langley Rams General Manager over the past three months and will now have the extra incentive of knowing that he will be running the offensive unit that he helps to build.
Coach Howie is no stranger to Junior Football, he was Head Coach of the BCFC’s Chilliwack Huskers from 2006 to 2009 and during his tenure as the Huskers bench boss he was honoured with back to back Ranji Mattu Awards as BCFC Coach of the Year(07/08).
Zaron has been on the coaching staff of three Provincial Champion Midget teams, winning a title with the Langley Stampeders and a pair with the North Surrey Bears, one as Head Coach.
Howie currently runs the ASYS 7vs7 program, is a BC Youth All Star coach and is also a member of the Team BC Canada Cup coaching staff.
Zaron is a respected member of the BC Football community, where he has been involved as a coach and administrator for over 20 years.