Plymouth Coach Admits To Drinking, Resigns
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PLYMOUTH (CBS) – Plymouth North baseball coach Dwayne Follette admitted at a School Committee meeting that he drank alcohol in front of his players at an end of the year baseball party.
He also told committee members that his son, who is on the team, was also drinking.
Follette said he’ll resign as football coach, but will continue as the baseball coach.
He will also work with the town of Plymouth to try and address the problem of underage drinking.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens reports:
He had been under investigation ever since someone sent in an anonymous letter saying the coach had been drinking with the kids just last week.
The coach has denied drinking with his players, and the town supported him.