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Charlie Dragum

Charlie Dragum is a RISE Baseball MPH 101 Lead Instructor: Coach Dragum is from Medford NJ and played baseball at Cherokee High. Coach Dragum went on to play baseball at Virginia Commonwealth University in 1987-1990. Shortly after college he began his coaching and teaching career at Lee-Davis High School in Mechanicsville Va. He coached Lee-Davis for nine years as an assistant to Kenny Lewis before taking the head coaching position at Atlee High. Coach Dragum stayed at Atlee for three years until coming over to his present position as the head coach at Hanover High School. His record as a head coach is 270-81. At Hanover he has accumulated 236 wins to only 54 loses.  The Hawks have ten district championships; two regional titles, played in the AAA state finals in 2009 and won the AAA state championship in 2013 and the 4A State Championship in 2014. He is married to his wife Kimberley of 20 years and has a daughter Taylor who is 19 and a son Jack who is 16.