Racciopi Resigns As Warrior Football Coach For Coaching Position At The Hun School

Warriors football coach Anthony Racciopi has resigned from the position after one season to take a position with The Hun School. Photo: Franklin Township Board of Education.

Franklin High School football coach Anthony Racciopi has resigned his position to take a coaching job at another school.

Racciopi, who is also a track coach, will become the quarterback coach for The Hun School’s football program in Princeton, Warriors athletic director Ken Margolin confirmed.

Margolin said that Racciopi will continue to be a physical education teacher and rack coach in the district, and will still help students with college placements and the like.

Racciopi coached the Warrior football team for only the 2016-2017 season, which ended with a disappointing 1-9 record.

Margolin said the position has been posted internally and externally, and that a number of resumes have already been received.

He said the job is “perfect” for a coach who is interested in rebuilding a high school football program.

Candidates must be at least certified substitute teachers, Margolin said.



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