Coach Changuris enters his 10th year with QO. 2017 will mark his 4th season as Offensive Coordinator. In 2016 the offense averaged over 40 points per game. Changuris served as special coordinator/assistant head coach during the 2013 season. In 2012 he served as wide receiver coach/assistant head coach. Changuris was the wide receiver coach from 2008-2013. Changuris graduated from Seneca Valley in 2003, won a 3A state title in 2002 under Maryland Hall of Fame Coach and father Terry Changuris. Changuris played wide receiver for 4 years at Frostburg State University, graduated in 2007 with a degree in health and physical education. Changuris lives in Brunswick, with his wife Janelle and two boys Cole 3 and Parker 1..
Coach Oswald is entering his 20th year as a high school coach and his 5thnd at Quince Orchard. Oswald is regarded as one of the best offensive line coaches in the state. He started his coaching career at Sherwood High School in 1996 under legendary Maryland high school coach Bob Milloy as a JV assistant coach. He was the Head JV coach from 2000-2004. Oswald then moved to varsity assistant as the offensive line coach from 2005-2010 and served under another legendary Maryland high school coach, Al Thomas. During this 14 year run as an assistant coach, Sherwood appeared in 6 state championship games, winning in 1996 and 2008. In 2011 Oswald served as offensive line coach at Good Counsel High School under Bob Milloy. Good Counsel won the WCAC championship in 2011.Oswald returned to Sherwood as offensive coordinator in 2012 and helped the team to a 9-3 record. Oswald joined Quince Orchard in 2013 as offensive line coach. Oswald has five children Nick, Charles, Tommy, Troy and Kelly and lives in Olney with his wife Anne.
Coach Moxley will be entering his fourth year with QO. Moxley will serve as special team’s coordinator and inside linebackers coach. Moxley last coached at Seneca Valley High School from 2000-2001 where he coached inside linebackers and tight ends. Moxley played collegially at Montgomery College where he was a juco All-America as a sophomore. Then played at James Madison University where he was team captain in 1999. He attended Seneca Valley High School where he was a three year starter at LB and TE and was a two time Consensus All-State player and was first team All-Met as a senior. Moxley is married to Stephanie Moxley they have two daughters and one son, Aubree 12, Wyatt 9 and Hayden 6.
Coach Glass is entering his 20th year with the Quince Orchard football program. Over the years, Coach Glass has served in numerous capacities. He has coached inside linebackers, special teams and assisted with the offensive line on the Varsity level. He has also coached offensive line, defensive line, special teams on JV and served as the Junior Varsity Defensive Coordinator. Coach Glass grew up in Bethesda and was an honorable mention all-county kicker as a senior at Walter Johnson High School. Following high school, Glass played at Montgomery College earning unanimous first team selections to both the Maryland All-Juco and NJCAA All-Region 19 football teams. After transferring to Towson University his first field goal attempt resulted in a new school record. Coach Glass is a retired real estate appraiser, enjoys golf and lives in Bethesda.
Coach Belkin is entering his fourth year as a QO assistant coach. Coach Belkin brings over 17 years of high school coaching experience with him, 11 of those years as a varsity offensive coordinator. Belkin began his coaching career in 1999 at Robert E. Lee high school in Fairfax, VA. He served as wide receivers coach and running coach from 1999-2001.Belkin was named offensive coordinator at Falls Church high school in 2002. He served in that role until 2006. Belkin moved on to become offensive coordinator at Northwest High School in Germantown, MD during the 2007 season. Belkin then returned to Falls Church High School as offensive coordinator from 2008-2009. Belkin served as offensive coordinator at Thomas Edison in Fairfax, VA from 2010-2012. While at Edison, Belkin’s offenses averaged over 30 PPG in 2011 and 2012. Most recently Belkin was the quarterbacks coach at Seneca Valley high school. Belkin is a graduate of Georgetown University where he was a starting wide receiver from 1991-1993. Belkin lives in Gaithersburg with his wife Melissa and two daughters, Michaela and Josie
Coach Sarni is entering his 11th year with Quince Orchard High School. Sarni has worked with the defensive line in all of his 9 seasons with QO. During that time Sarni has produced three Consensus all-state defensive lineman in Terrence Stephens, Jason Ankrah and Adam Mclean. Before joining QO he coached at Wicomico High School on Maryland’s eastern shore. Sarni is a graduate of Walter Johnson HS where he lettered in Football, Wrestling and Track. Coach Sarni attended Montgomery College and Salisbury University where he played defensive line. He was a team captain at Montgomery College. Sarni is was also a competitive power lifter at the national level. Sarni currently owns Strength Design Personal Training.
Coach Hanna is in his 5th year with QO. Hanna will coach the wide receivers in 2017. He spent the past 3 years coaching the outside linebackers for the Cougars. He began as the JV defensive coordinator in 2013. Hanna spent the 2012 season at Sherwood High School where he coached WR and DB with the JV team. Hanna was a player at Sherwood from 2000-2001. His 2000 team was a state runner up in the 4A. Hanna lives in Olney with his wife, Dawn, and four children, Savannah, Ronan, Blair, and
Coach Evans is in his fourth year with QO. Evans brings 13 years of coaching experience in football and basketball to QO. Evans currently serves as the head JV basketball coach and assistant varsity coach at Bishop Ireton High School. He served in the same role at Our lady Good Counsel High School from 2006-2013. Evans was varsity assistant football coach at Bullis High School form 2003-2005 serving as defensive coordinator in 2005.Evans is a 1997 graduate of Bullis high school where he was a two sport stand-out in both football and basketball. Evans was inducted to Bullis Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005. Evans was named the Montgomery County Defensive Player of the Year by the Gazette and was the Player of the Year by The Journal. Evans was also selected to play in the Capitol Classic All-Star basketball game. Evans went on to play football for the Towson University Tigers where he was elected captain his senior year. As a senior he was 1st Team All-Patriot League as a defensive back. Evans has two children, Kendall and Xavier.
Coach Forbrich is entering his fourth season as the Kicking Game Coordinator. Forbrich graduated from Seneca Valley, where he was a four year Varsity starter as a place kicker. During his career at Seneca, Forbrich was a member of three consecutive State Championship teams 1992, 1993, and 1994. Forbrich finished his high school career as a First Team All-Met, All-State, and All-County selection. Currently Forbrich is 3rd all time in the State of Maryland for career points kicking. Following high school, Forbrich received a football scholarship to Western Michigan University. Starting as a true freshman, Forbrich kicked a 49 yard field goal his first year. Following a leg injury his sophomore year, Forbrich was unable to continue kicking, but graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor degree in Business Administration. Forbrich currently resides in Darnestown with his wife Ashley and their two children.
Scott Fleming- Outside Linebackers Coach
Coach Fleming is entering his 1st year with QO, and his 14th year overall. Coach Fleming is coming from Seneca Valley where he served as the defensive coordinator the past 3 years. Coach Fleming is a 1998 graduate of Seneca Valley High School. He was a four year player as a Defensive back and was a member of the 1997 Maryland 4A State Championship team that finished the season with 13-0. After graduating from Seneca he went to Montgomery College for two years before he attended Towson University where he graduated with a degree in Sports Management. Coach Fleming currently resides in Urbana with his wife Christie and their daughter Harper (3), and they are expecting a son in October.