Souhegan Football Coach To Withdraw This Month

Thanksgiving will be Mike Beliveau's last game with the Souhegan Sabers.

Longtime Sabers coach Mike Beliveau will be stepping down from his position after his football team's game on Thanksgiving, according to the Nashua Telegraph.

Beliveau said he wants to watch his son play football at St. Lawrence University, and pursue coaching positions for college teams. He has been with Souhegan High School for 18 years.

The successful coach will continue to teach at Souhegan. 

Read more at The Nashua Telegraph.


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Jennifer M. D'Auteuil November 13, 2012 at 05:48 PM
Football season 2009, my twin boys were on the freshman team while their little brother fought aplastic anemia and had a bone marrow transplant. The entire football team wore "DD" stickers on their helmet for my son Drew and at the end of the season, Coach B recognized Kevin and Ryan for the great big brothers that they are and taught the entire team a lesson about compassion and supporting their fellow teammates. Many thanks for the last 4 years Coach!


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