Longtime Wildwood high school boys soccer coach Steve DeHorsey, who roamed the sidelines at Kaitlin Anzelone Memorial Field for the past 18 years, coached his final game for the Warriors on Monday.

He is regarded as one of the best players in Warriors history and was a multi-sport athlete, as a player on the Wildwood basketball team. When he graduated from Wildwood high in 1994, he was the school's all-time goal-scoring record with 44 goals, a record he help for over 20 years.  Since then, three of his players have passed his goal-scoring mark.

During his time at Wildwood, the team has had six All-State players, three All-South Jersey selections, and over 50 All-Conference players.

DeHorsey finished his final season at 5-12-1 but is credited for taking over a struggling Warriors program and getting them going in the right direction.  His teams have the school record for wins in a season with 13 back in 2016.

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He went on to play collegiality at Catawba College where he led them to three consecutive Conference Champions and the highest ranking in school history. He also played professionally for the Carolina Dynamo.

DeHorsey serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Recreation / Director of Tourism for the City of North Wildwood.

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