Wednesday, March 23, 2011

St. Thomas Aquinas High School Announces New Varsity Football Coach


Kevin Collins, Principal of St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover, is pleased to announce that Eric Cumba has been selected as the new Varsity Football Coach. Cumba, who served as an assistant to Rod Wotton for the past two years at the school, brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and dedication to the position.

Cumba was a four-year scholarship player and a Captain at the University of New Hampshire under Coach Sean McDonnell, and played his high school football at Don Bosco Prep in Ramsey, New Jersey. He has worked exclusively with St. Thomas student/athletes over the past two years in developing an off-season weight training program at Planet Fitness, and has shared numerous innovative ideas with the Dover Point coaching staff on both sides of the ball.

Cumba replaces New England’s winningest football coach, Rod Wotton, who was responsible for orchestrating five state championships and two runner-up trophies at the school in his fifteen years as the Head Football Coach at St. Thomas Aquinas.

Located in Dover, NH, St. Thomas Aquinas High School is a coeducational, Catholic high school community where young people are called to be challenged academically, to stretch their hearts spiritually and to embark on a journey to make a difference. For more information, visit us at www.stalux.org or call (603) 742-3206.

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