Mike Verroneau is no longer the head football coach at Watertown, according to the Waterbury Republican-American. (Paywalled story)
He was 13-28 in four seasons, including a 1-10 record a season ago according to the brief story offered before the Rep-Am’s paywall. Kyle Brennan of the Rep-Am later Tweeted that Athletic Director Roberto Medic said the decision was “100 percent mutual.”
Watertown is accepting applications now and Medic told Brennan the school hopes to have a new coach by early march.
Watertown’s vacancy brings the state’s total to nine this offseason and seven still open.
Stratford’s vacancy was quickly filled with Law assistant T.J. Cavaliere in December.
Conard hired former UConn assistant Matt Cersosimo to take over for his father, Rob, who retired after a 186-118-3 record over 30 seasons.
New Britain had a vacancy, but Tebucky Jones was retained as its coach.
Current vacancies as of January 31 include:
- Hamden — The interim contract for Todd Dowty expired, opening the position.
- Manchester — Clayton Hillyer coached the team under an interim basis.
- Masuk — Dave Brennan resigned after one season.
- Pomperaug — Dave Roach resigned after three seasons
- Law — Mark Robinson resigned after 13 seasons.
- Rocky Hill — Dave Coyne retired.