Westshore Rebel’s head coach steps down

JC Boice has decided to step down as head coach of the Westshore Rebels as reported by the BC Local New’s, Joel Tansey. 

Boice who was hired two years ago by the club, stated that he would like to spend more time with his family and focus on his company, the National Football Academy.

The Rebels went 2-8 the first year that Boice took over. He proceeded to lead them to a Cullen Cup title and Canadian Bowl appearance in 2016.

The club says that they would like to have a new head coach in place within the next couple of weeks and are entertaining potential candidates.




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