Bangor High school is looking for a new varsity football coach. School officials will open a search for candidates and head coach Alan Mosca says he will step aside from the job he's held for the last three seasons.

Mosca took over the head coaching job from Mark Hackett in 2015. The program has struggled and has gone two years without a win.

It has also been a time period when Bangor teams started playing in the new Class A which has them competing against Portland area schools instead of playing in what was the PTC and playing many of the central Maine schools.

The number of Bangor kids playing football has gone down in recent years which has added to the dry spell. Mosca and others have worked to improve the youth programs in the city.

Mosca will stay at Bangor as a teacher and will continue to coach indoor track and field as he has done in the past.

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