Lisbon coach steps down
LISBON — Lisbon football coach Alan Mikovich resigned his position on Wednesday shortly following a season in which the Blue Devils went 1-9.
Mikovich ended his two-year stint with the Blue Devils at 4-16.
The school district sent out a press release Wednesday afternoon thanking the coach for “his time and dedication he put into our students, athletes and the Lisbon football program.”
Mikovich did not return a message seeking comment.
Before coming to Lisbon, Mikovich was a defensive assistant coach at Austintown Fitch from 2007-2016. Before that he was a head coach at Jackson-Milton where he was 10-20 over three seasons from 2001-04. He also had assistant stints at Youngstown Chaney and Struthers.
Lisbon’s lone win this season was a 26-7 victory over winless East Palestine.