Monday, July 17, 2006
The longest tenured baseball coach in Boston’s western suburbs has resigned.
Harvey Krupnick, who has led Holliston High for more than three decades, stepped aside on June 30. Holliston High athletic director Jim Carboneau confirmed the resignation.
“Coach Krupnick has been one of the most successful coaches in the history of Holliston High School athletics,” Carboneau said. “Holliston High School appreciates the years of service and the dedication that Coach Krupnick has given to hundreds of Holliston athletes throughout his career.”
Carboneau said that Krupnick “will continue to devote time and energy to baseball with his worldwide coaching clinics and batting school.”