The 35-year old UConn graduate coached freshman for four years at Law until he was married and had children. Last year, he returned to coaching as a volunteer assistant at Western Connecticut State under Joe Loth.
“I was never as happy doing anything as when I was coaching, and I missed it,” Larka told the Bulletin.
He’ll likely have a part-time job at Bacon Academy and expects to move to Colechester with his family.
Larka’s hire cuts the statewide football coaching vacancies down to 19.