Longtime Lansing Sexton Football Coach Hangs Up Whistle
WLNS.com reports that longtime Lansing Sexton football coach Dan Boggan will step down after a coaching tenure that yielded more than 110 victories since he took the job in 1996.
Boggan also is the assistant principal at Sexton, and will stay on in that capacity. According to the report, Boggan decided to hang up the coaching whistle to focus more on his administrative duties.
No word on a coaching replacement has been has been given. With Boggan's decision, two of Lansing's three high schools will have new coaches on the sideline this fall. Everett's Chad Foster stepped down in December 2017.