Milton Academy HOF Coach Announces Retirement After 27 Seasons

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MILTON (WBZNewsRadio) - After 27 seasons, this will be last for Kevin MacDonald, as the varsity football coach for Milton Academy.

"It's very difficult, I just appreciate all the kids that have played with us over the years. I really appreciate all the coaches. I really have mixed feelings about it. I know it's probably time but I'd love to continue." MacDonald said on his upcoming retirement.

With a career record of 237-101-5 and 138-60-3 at Milton Academy, he holds the sixth-most winds among active coaches in the state. MacDonald was inducted into the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2013.

"Since I've announced I was leaving, I've had so many texts and emails and phone calls which really makes you feel good and you really appreciate it." He said.

He plans to step down due to health issues and will retire to his Cape Cod home with his wife, Tracy.

WBZ's Chris Fama (@CFamaWBZ) reports

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