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April 18, 2012 at 1:38 PM

Bishop Blanchet AD Steve Gervais to move on after school year

I caught up with Steve Gervais this afternoon and the Bishop Blanchet athletic director said he would be exploring his options when the school year ends.

The school has changed the job description for the athletic director, wanting the person in the position to split time between teaching and athletic director duties. Gervais wasn’t interested in changing his role.

Gervais, who was an assistant football coach at Washington under Tyrone Willingham and led Skyline to three championships as the head coach, said he is pleased with the direction of the Braves’ athletic programs, making a point to praise the foundation built by football coach Aaron Maul.

Gervais said he is frequently asked when he plans to return to coaching but, after talking to him today, he doesn’t seem to be interested in taking over a high-school football program.

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