Matt Bradshaw has stepped down as football coach at Lewiston-Porter.
Bradshaw guided the varsity Lancers for three seasons, posting a 9-18 record. They went 3-6 last fall. He also coached the junior varsity team in 2016.
“I want to thank all the football players who participated in our football program,” Bradshaw said in a tweet. “I gave it my best shot but it’s time to give the program a fresh approach with someone else directing the ship.”
Thank you! It’s all about the kids! 🏈💚 pic.twitter.com/88ONlX4hLa
— Lew-Port Football (@LewPortFootball) February 14, 2020
“We thank Mr. Bradshaw for all that he has done for our program,” Lew-Port Athletic Director Brad Halgash said on Twitter.
Those interested in applying for the head-coaching position for football need to send letter of interest to Halgash at email@example.com.
Bradshaw is still part of the coaching community at Lew-Port as he leads the boys basketball team that is ranked eighth in the Buffalo News large schools poll and is the reigning Section VI Class A champion.