Ray Pavlik - Director
Pavlik completed his 17th year as Coach of the Concord-Carlisle Boy’s Varsity Soccer Team. During that time his teams have won 9 DCL titles, 7 EMASS North Titles, and 5 State Championships (2006, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2017). In 2014 his team was ranked 8th in the country by the NSCAA. He was selected as the EMASS Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2015, the 2006, 2017 Division 2 Coach of the Year by the Boston Globe, and the 2017 Massachusetts Boys Soccer Coach of the year by the MIAA and the The National Federation of State High School Associations. Pavlik was a four- year starter at Bates College. He holds a National-level license with the NSCAA. Ray Pavlik is a science teacher at Concord-Carlisle High School.
David Hosford - Director
For the past 13 seasons David Hosford has served as the Head Coach of the Lincoln-Sudbury Boy’s Varsity Soccer Team. During that time his teams has won the DCL 7 times and were state champions in 2015. He was selected as the EMASS Coach of the Year in 2010. He holds a National-level license with the NSCAA. Hosford was a four-year starter and captain at Amherst College. David Hosford is a History teacher at Lincoln-Sudbury High School
Dan McGrath - Director
Dan McGrath has served as the Head Coach of the Reading Memorial High School Boy’s Varsity Soccer Team for the past 14 seasons. The Rockets have qualified for the tournament in 7 of the past 11 seasons. He was selected as the Middlesex League and EMASS Coach of the Year in 2009. He currently holds a US Soccer "C" license and a National-level license with the NSCAA. Dan McGrath is a Health and Fitness teacher at Concord-Carlisle High School.
Phil Fousek just completed his 8th season as the Head Coach of the Cambridge Rindge & Latin High School Boys’ Varsity Soccer Team. He holds an Advanced National Diploma through the United Soccer Coaches Organization, and is the coach for SFC New England’s U16 Boys’ Club Team. Fousek played soccer at Norwich University, and started on the 2001 team that finished 21-1 and advanced to the round of 16 in the NCAA Division III National Tournament. In addition to coaching, he teaches Physical Education and Health in the Cambridge Public School system.
Peter Fischelis - Staff Coach
Coach Fischelis will be entering his 7th season as head coach for the CCHS Girls Varsity team. This past season the team completed one it is most successful campaigns in the programs history The team finished the regular season undefeated. The team also team won the Dual County League Large Championship and made it to the Division 2 North Semi-finals. Since he took over, the team has made it to the Division 2 North Finals three times and to the North Semi-finals in all but one season. In 2015 the team also made it to the State Finals.
"Coach Fisch" has been involved in soccer all his life. He attended CCHS where he captained the men's team and was the team MVP. He then went on to play at Kenyon College where he captained the team his senior year and was voted first team All Conference and All Mid-East. He stayed on as assistant coach for a year after graduating and then went on to coach the Lincoln-Sudbury HS Men's team for five years, where he won three DCL Championships and was twice voted coach of the year.
Fischelis holds a National Diploma Coaching License from the NSCAA.
Baumritter completed his 18th year as coach of the Acton-Boxborough Boy's Varsity Soccer Team. During that time he has guided the team to 5 DCL titles, 3 sectional finals (2004, 2005, 2014), 2 Eastern Mass finals (2004, 2005) and the state finals in 2005. David was also a coach with NEFC from 2009-2013 and was part of the coaching staff for the NEFC U17 team that appeared in the Region 1 finals in 2012. He holds an advanced National Diploma with the NSCAA. David played collegiately at the University of Richmond.
Steve Wells - Goalie Coach
Wells has served as goalie coach at Concord-Carlisle High School for the past 16 seasons. During that time he has helped lead the Patriots to 5 State Titles and had trained multiple goalies that have gone on to play at the collegiate level. Steve is a 1999 graduate of CCHS and played on the 1998 team that went to the State Finals. Steve played four years of collegiate soccer at Connecticut College.
Coach Parato joined the CCHS staff for the 2014 season after being the head coach at Chelmsford High School. During his 6 year tenure at Chelmsford his teams won 3 Merrimack Valley Conference championships, including their first in over 10 years. Coach Parato also won the MVC coach of the year award. He is a graduate of Westford Academy where he won the state championship in his junior year. He played collegiately in his freshman year at Division 1 University of Delaware before injury shortened his career.