Sheptock resigns from Mt. Carmel after three days

by Jeff Fisher

Mount Carmel Red Tornadoes footballFrank Sheptock is leaving Mount Carmel, just three days after taking over as head football coach, athletic director and Dean of Students, according to the Citizens Voice. The newspaper reports that Sheptock felt the new job “did not feel right.”

Sheptock is going back to Berwick to be the school athletic director, the position he resigned from in December.  Sheptock was taking over for Carmen DeFrancesco, who was relieved of his head coaching job in November when the district announced it was opening up the head coaching job.

DeFrancesco was 42-20 in five years with the state’s winningest program.  Mt. Carmel is sixth on America’s all-time football victories list with 827 wins.

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Jeff Fisher
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