Jonathan Bartlett, athletic director of Boston College High School, is pleased to announce that Brennan Bonner of Dorchester has been named head coach in both Indoor and Outdoor track.
“Coach Bonner,” said Bartlett, “is an outstanding coach. He understands the mission of the school, and will make sure the Indoor and Outdoor Programs are an extension of the classroom. He will hold the student-athletes accountable, and develop the team using hard work, humility, respect, and teamwork. The respect our track program had across the state under Coach John Normant will certainly continue with Coach Bonner.”
Coach Bonner has been assistant track coach at BC High since 2009. During his time on the staff, the Eagles have won multiple conference titles (7 Indoor - 4 Outdoor), and have achieved a high percentage of scholar-athletes. Bonner is a member of the BC High Math Department.
Coach Bonner, in accepting the position, said “The track and field programs at BC High have a rich history that I have been fortunate to be part of for the past decade. I’m excited to help the student-athletes on the track team reach their goals and represent BC High with class, both in and out of competition.”
Boston College High School is a Jesuit, Catholic, college-preparatory school for young men founded in 1863. The school enrolls approximately 1,600 students from more than 100 communities in eastern Massachusetts. For more visit: http://www.bchigh.edu