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Post  603SportsMedia on Mon Mar 19, 2012 7:24 pm

Hi folks,

Just wanted to let everyone know that the @603SportsMedia Twitter feed has been added to the New Hampshire Football Report site (bottom right). Looking forward to providing New Hampshire sports nuggets throughout the year. Final word on 2013 NHIAA football alignment coming soon ...

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Post  EBlessNHSP on Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:08 pm

Awesome stuff Roger! Looking forward to those instant updates!

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Post  Crazy Carl Everett on Sat Apr 21, 2012 8:00 pm

603SportsMedia Been told former Bishop Guertin coach/AD Tony Johnson has been hired as the football coach at Worcester Academy.

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Post  BGLaxDad on Sun Apr 22, 2012 3:19 pm

That is awesome for Tony. Do you know is he still going to be the AD at BG? Surprised

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Post  JAF on Mon Apr 23, 2012 10:48 am

I wouldn't think so. According to Roger Brown's site - he's going to be the football coach, an assistant track coach, and other administrative duties, see:

http://www.nhfootballreport.com/2012/04/johnson_confirms_decision_to_l.html

I would say the writing is on the wall.

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Post  JAF on Tue Apr 24, 2012 10:35 am

Done deal - from the BGHS website:

http://www.bghs.org/podium/default.aspx?t=204&sdb=1&nid=623322&bl=/default.asp


Johnson accepts role at Worcester Academy for the next school year.

4/23/2012
There are always transitions in any school community as one year comes to an end and the planning continues for the new year ahead. This year will be no exception for BG but it will include one major transition – the departure of our Athletic Director, Tony Johnson.

Since his days as a student at BG in the late 70’s to today, Tony has been a supportive member of the BG alumni. When business interests meant his return to New Hampshire years ago, he did not stay away from BG for long. Taking up the role of football coach in the transition from the long-time service of Dick Piwowarski, Tony brought a football program from obscurity to a championship winning team, building a great team of coaches and models for the young men of BG. As well, Johnson and his team developed a girls track and field program, second to none in the state, winning 10 consecutive indoor and outdoor state championships.

After many years in that role, as well as some time teaching at BG, Tony accepted the challenge of leading the total athletic program at BG and stepping into the role of Athletic Director. After a few years combining a number of roles, he left coaching to focus on the crafting of the whole school program, selecting skilled coaches both in their sports as well as in the formation of young people, and continuing success across the gamut of BG sports. As well, Tony continued his work with the young women and men at BG looking at the role sport could play in their future lives and college options. Through this experience he has worked with prep schools and colleges, including the experience of coaching at St. Anselm College, and gained a greater insight into another aspect of the role of sports in the lives of young people today.

Now Tony has the option to take those skills, in athletic guidance, in teaching and in coaching, and with colleges and prep schools, and put them at the service of another school community. We know that Tony will commit to Worcester Academy with the same energy and passion that have been his hallmark at BG. We are grateful for his service to the BG community as an alumnus, as coach, as teacher, and as Athletic Director and we hope this new position at Worcester Academy opens new horizons in his own personal and professional development.

We know Tony will never be far from BG, with his own personal interest and support for which we are always grateful. We, the entire BG community, wish him all success in this new endeavor.

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