Covering High School Sports in America
The newest chapter of 'The Bachelorette' begins next week on ABC and there will be a high school sports angle in the cast of 25 contestants vying for Andi Dorfman's attention.

Brian Osborne (@Coach_Osborne) is an assistant basketball coach at Trinity (Camp Hill, Pa.), assistant boys soccer coach at Red Land (Lewisberry, Pa.) and an aide with the Camp Hill School District.

The 27-year old was brought on board by the Trinity basketball program last fall and played for the school from 2002-05.
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Though the Shamrocks scuffled to a 12-13 record, they did win the District 12 title for the third year in a row. Trinity entered the PIAA Class AA state tournament riding a seven-game win streak but was bounced in the opening round.

Soon after the season concluded, Osborne left South Central Pennsylvania for a shot at love. He is active on Twitter (with a noticeable void between March 9 and May 10) and a big fan of the Duke Blue Devils.

"I would love to be a part of the Duke athletic program in Durham, North Carolina," Osborne wrote in February of 2011. "It has been a desire and a long-term goal for me since I was five years old watching that famous Duke/Kentucky Final Four game."

It was actually a regional final in the 1992 NCAA Tournament, but we will let Osborne slide on that error. Hopefully Dorfman isn't a Kentucky fan.

Good luck to Osborne. He will need it to overcome a crowded field of contenders that includes two guys named Josh, two more named Nick, a farmer, a former minor league baseball player, an Ultimate Fighting Championship sales coordinator and a "pantsapreneur."