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East Haven High School
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FOOTBALL: Greg Volpe will not ...
FOOTBALL: Greg Volpe will not return as East Haven coach
Greg Volpe will not return for a fifth season as head football coach at East Haven High, athletic director Mike Marone confirmed on Monday.
Marone said that Volpe
submitted his letter of resignation approximately one month ago.
A source indicated that Volpe
emailed football parents about his
intent to resign around the same time.
did not return a phone message seeking comment.
Twas amazing, then, to learn this ...
Twas amazing, then, to learn this week that East Haven coach Greg Volpe submitted his letter of resignation.
A MONTH AGO.
Joe Joe Mor-el-lio of JRC Amalgamated reported the story Monday.
A source also told him that Volpe
emailed parents about his
resignation around the time he
tendered resignation, which would make it more amazing that it took so long for word to reach the press.
coached the Yellowjackets for five seasons.
"We're overmatched and physically we ...
"We're overmatched and physically we didn't have the power to match up with them," said East Haven coach Greg Volpe.
"We started out the season with no quarterbacks and it's hard to run an offense without a quarterback," said East Haven coach Greg Volpe.
"Right now they're very confident," East ...
"Right now they're very confident," East Haven coach Greg Volpe said.
"They feel like all their hard work in the off-season has paid off."
, who is in his
fourth year with the program and has a career record of 5-26, says this year's edition is very young.
The Easties have just four seniors with varsity experience and a total of 30 players on the roster.
The victory last Friday has certainly lifted the team's spirits.
"We're a very young team but they put in as much work as any team could put in," Volpe
"Mike was in a tough spot," Volpe
"Nerves were clearly out of control early," Volpe
"Our offense is designed for everyone to participate and not just have one person dominate the stats," Volpe