Surprising news to come out of the Greater Boston League as Everett football coach Rob DiLoreto tendered his resignation after three seasons. Under his watch, the Crimson Tide went 21-3, won three GBL titles and advanced to the Division 1 state quarterfinals last season.
As for reasons for DiLoreto leaving his dream job, he stated in his resignation letter to the Boston Herald that circumstances over the past few months led him to conclude that he couldn’t continue as head coach. He went on speak about his love for Everett.
“I was truly honored and forever grateful to be able to live out my childhood dream of coaching for the high school that I attended in the city I
grew up in and love so much,” DiLoreto said. “The Everett Football Family will always be in my heart. I extend a special thanks to my Everett players whom I love with all my heart. Players, the respect and love we shared with each other was very, very special to me and I commend you for your dedication as student-athletes.
“I was so proud to serve as your coach and I wish nothing but continued success to the program going forward.”
In other news, Lowell athletic director David Lezenski submitted his letter of resignation on March 10, according to Inside Lowell. The AD at Lowell since 2017, Lezenski was placed on paid leave earlier in the winter for reasons neither party has been willing to discuss.
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