Wotton, New England's winningest coach, retires
Wotton accumulated a career record of 342-81-3 and passed Brockton's Armond Columbo in 2007 as the winningest football coach in New England history. The 71-year old coached at South Berwick High School and Marshwood High School of Maine before taking the post at St. Thomas Aquinas.
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