After 21 season as head coach, Dave Moskowitz has resigned at Pelham.
The veteran coach announced his decision last week and ha informed his team. When reached by phone this week, Moskowitz said he stepped down for personal reasons. He declined when asked to elaborate further.
Pelham athletic director Joe DelVecchio has already announced his retirement effective at the end of the school year. Moskowitz said DelVecchio’s retirement was not a factor in his resignation.
Moskowitz was the third longtime Section 1 football coach to resign this offseason. Hastings coach Joe Vaccaro stepped down shortly after the end of the season. He was replaced by former Dobbs Ferry coach Chris Wagner. Brewster coach Don Polverari stepped down to spend more time with his family.