Ohio high school replaces entire football staff over alcohol consumption

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Revere High School in Richland, Ohio will have a new leader in 2019. Tuesday night, the community and players found-out that head coach James Boyeas and his entire staff were being let go from their positions after admitting to drinking alcohol at an offseason football camp earlier this month, which violates school and state codes of conduct.

The coaching staff had been placed on leave while school officials investigated.

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Boyeas would have been entering his second year as the program’s head coach. Former coach Terry Cistone will take-over the Minutemen.

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