We have indeed hit the magical 20 mark in Connecticut high school football coaching vacancies.
Lewis Mills has posted an opening for a varsity coach, meaning Greg Todd’s two-year tenure is over.
We don’t have all the details on this one yet. All we know is the Region 10 athletics website lists a head coach vacancy for the 2013 football season.
Todd, who has 24 years experience and was an assistant under Chris Anderson at Woodland when the Hawks won back-to-back state titles in 2004-05, became head coach of Lewis Mills before the 2011 season.
He took over for Pete Flammia, who began the program as a junior varsity outfit in 2009.
Todd was 2-18 during his two-year tenure. Lewis Mills went 0-10 in 2012.