Revere Hires New Football Coach to Lead the Minutemen
(January 11, 2017) – The Revere Minutemen will have a new head football coach to lead them in the 2018-19 season.
James Boyeas, an eighth grade teacher at Saint Jerome Elementary School in Cleveland, has accepted the coaching position at Revere. Boyeas has extensive experience as a football coach. Most recently, he was the Varsity Offensive Coordinator at Strongsville High School. Prior to that, he was a Varsity Offensive Coordinator Quarterbacks Coach at Benedictine High School in Cleveland. He also served as the Assistant Football Coach at Lake Erie College in Painesville from 2012-2016. In all, Boyeas has coached at the college level for nine years.
“Coach Boyeas will bring an exciting brand of football to our school and community,” said Revere Athletic Director Tom McKinnon. “I have no doubt he will bring passion to our football program, and that he will dedicate himself to growing our program from the ground up.”
Boyeas is a graduate of Heidelberg University, where he also played football for three years. He received his master’s degree in education from Lake Erie College.
The Board of Education will officially hire Boyeas at its next meeting on January 16th.
The Revere football team was previously led by Mike Murphey, who resigned from the position in November.