Football - Boys Varsity
HEAD COACH : Jim O'Leary 7th year Record: 43-9
Jim O'Leary is a 1995 graduate of Northeastern University. He is entering his 7th year as head coach in Byfield. O'Leary started his coaching career back in 1989 as an assistant at Lynnfield High School under the mentoring of Bill Adams. O'Leary joined the staff at The Governor's Academy in 2010 as an assistant to long time head coach Mark Gerry and was promoted to head coach in 2011 after Gerry stepped down. The Govs have won four ISL championships and three New England Bowl Championships in his first six years as head coach including a 43-9 record.
Playing Career: O'Leary was a three year starter at quarterback while at Northeastern University. As a sophomore he broke the single season rushing record and was voted team MVP. O'Leary's career was cut short after suffering a career ending knee injury in the midst of his junior year.
Assistant Coaches: Andrew DeSalvo, Rodney McLain, Matt Hunt, Timothy Winslow, Dale Whittredge, Mike Athanas