Longtime St. Francis football assistant to retire
Tuesday January 21, 2014 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
After 31 years of coaching football at Saint Francis, John Scibetta will retire, as announced last week by Red Raiders’ head football coach Jerry Smith.
Scibetta has been, and, according to Smith, will continue to be a major influence in the success of the Red Raiders football program. Smith’s longtime assistant coach and offensive coordinator helped St. Francis to 12 league championships, during the head coach’s tenure of nearly three decades.
“John’s expertise, devotion and dedication to the players and program will be sorely missed,” Smith said. “His profound influence on the lives of the [many] young men he has coached will be a lasting legacy. St. Francis football would not be what it is today without coach Scibetta. We all wish him the best in his future endeavors.”
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