New Hampshire Football Report

BG picks Trisciani

Bishop Guertin High School went with a familiar name when it came time to select a varsity football coach.

BG announced Friday that John Trisciani  — a teacher at the school and a former BG assistant coach —  has been named the school’s head coach. Trisciani served as an assistant coach for the Cardinals during the 2014, 2015, and 2016 seasons.

“Coach Trisciani stood out from the start for a number of reasons,” BG principal Jason Strniste and BG athletic director Peter Paladino said in an email sent to parents and student-athletes. “As a current health and fitness teacher here at BG, his position within the school provides him with an essential day-to-day presence and connection to our students. He understands our mission of whole-person formation, and recognizes the importance of a program that supports the academic, athletic, and personal growth of each student.”

In addition to his time at BG, Trisciani has worked as an assistant coach at Londonderry High School, Goffstown High School, and Manchester Memorial High School, most recently serving as offensive coordinator and line coach at Memorial during the 2017 season.

“I am honored to be given the opportunity to lead BG’s football program,” Trisciani said. “There is a rich football tradition at Bishop Guertin and I look forward to continuing the pride and excellence that the program has offered to players, coaches, alumni, and the entire community over the years. I am committed to providing our student-athletes with an outstanding experience.”

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