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Clarendon Hall Athletic Department welcomes new faces

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When the 2022-2023 school year begins, Clarendon Hall will have new faces leading its athletic programs. On Friday, April 29, Head of School Kelley Wannamaker and Associate Head of School Russ Jordan introduced Todd Larrimer and Justin Logan to the Saints student body and staff. Larrimer will serve as Athletic Director, Maintenance Director, and Head Baseball Coach. Logan will be the Head Football Coach.

Larrimer received is bachelor’s degree in accounting from Clemson University in 2018. Upon graduating, he moved back to the Sumter area and has been involved in local high school and recreation roles, serving as assistant and head baseball coach. He has also assisted with multiple fundraising efforts and daily operations in the athletics department. Following the announcement, Larrimer stated “I am very thankful for this opportunity to become a part of the Clarendon Hall family and look forward to serving the Clarendon and Sumter communities as a Christian role model for our student athletes.” He replaces Athletic Director Ritchie Way, who recently stepped down, and Head Baseball Coach Jackie McIntosh, who notified the school several months ago that this would be his last season. Larrimer will begin his new role May 23.

A native of Bishopville, SC and a graduate of Lee Academy, Logan graduated from Clemson University in 2015 with a Community Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management. He began his coaching career as an assistant football coach the Lee Academy JV football team and started as an assistant with the varsity program in 2017. Logan was a part of back-to-back 1A State- Runner up teams in 2020 and 2021. He works full-time for Carolina Filters as Inside Sales and Customer Support Manager. Logan and his wife, Jordan Warren Logan, live in the Ashwood community with their two-year-old son, Rowan. He replaces former Head Football Coach Anthony Reitenour, who announced his departure in February to accept a full-time position with Jefferson Davis Academy. Logan will begin with the Saints immediately.

As one of the most well-established schools in the area, Clarendon Hall has provided superior elementary and secondary education in a non-denominational Christian environment since 1965. Clarendon Hall is an independent co-educational school for kindergarten three years old through twelfth grade. In addition to being a founding member of the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA), Clarendon Hall is accredited by Cognia/SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools). Clarendon Hall is located at 1140 South Dukes Street in Summerton. For more information, contact the school office at (803) 485-3550 or visit the website at www.clarendonhall.org.

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