New Hampshire Football Report

Bozoian steps down at West

Add Manchester West to the list of NHIAA schools in need of a varsity football coach.

Tom Bozoian resigned as West’s head coach Tuesday, citing personal reasons. He replaced Vance Sullivan as West’s head coach in 2017.

“I feel that we have made this a program again here at West,” Bozoian said. “It was a lot of work, but I’m thankful that I had the challenge. I feel proud of the progress that we made and I wish the program well in the future.”

Bozoian, a Manchester resident, spent three years as Raymond High School’s head coach and was also an assistant coach at Campbell High School for nine seasons.

Lebanon, Bishop Guertin and Alvirne are the other NHIAA school that are currently without a varsity head coach.


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