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Shaping Champions

“Seeing the growth of our young players and molding the program from the bottom up is where the true importance of coaching – Soblewski
Paul Soblewski is the new Triton High School head football coach
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Paul Soblewski is the new Triton High School head football coach

How are the Triton Vikings ever going to bounce back after a huge loss of seniors and their head football coach?

After months of unanswered questions and doubts, enter Coach Paul Soblewski, bringing with him his championship attitude. 

 “Making champions isn’t just about the score on the field; it’s about the character they carry off it,” he said.

Sobolewski decided to join the Triton Vikings after years of coaching at Lowell Catholic. With his positive coaching philosophies and values, he plans to lead the Vikes to another successful year of football. 

Sobolewski wasn’t always a football coach. but rather a police officer. After a chance meeting with a coach, Sobolewski seized an opportunity to get involved in football at Revere. Fast forward to 2002, and Sobolewski found himself stepping into his first head coach position at Pope John High School.  After years of success at Pope John, Sobewlewski took his abilities to Lowell Catholic. Already a successful coach at Lowell Catholic with multiple league titles, he wasn’t actively seeking change.  

However, the call from Triton’s athletic director, Mr. Timothy Alberts, changed everything. “ The warm welcome from the Triton community during the interview left me with a sense of comfort,” said  Sobolewski, recounting the moment he decided to go through with this new chapter in his coaching career. Liam Londergan, the team captain, shared how Sobolewski’s values are leaving a lasting impact on the players. 

“Our coach has taught us to trust one another and believe in our abilities,”  says Londergan. The success that Soblewski brings on the field is not just done through X and O’s, he added. “During a crucial play against Ipswich, I faced a trust issue within the team. After making the play, Coach Paul’s words, ‘Do you trust me now?’ changed the game’s momentum, at least for me.”

The ideas of teamwork, school work, and championship attitude are top priorities for the coach.

“My goals are simple: top grades in the league, a league championship, and every student stepping onto Gillette Stadium,” said Sobolewski.

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Brandon Somaiy
Brandon Somaiy, Staff Writer
Hey!  My name is Brandon Somaiy, I am a Junior at Triton Regional High School Outside of the classroom, you'll find me on the turf, court, or even behind the counter at Seabrook Walmart where I work as a cashier. I live at home with my two parents and my younger brother. I spend the majority of my free time hanging out with friends and just chilling out. Writing for the school paper is meaningful for me,  it allows me to write about the achievements of students, teachers, and staff. Whether these accomplishments are in sports, academics, community, or any other activities. The topic that I am most passionate about is sports. It wouldn't be uncommon to see me write about a Viking win or a new coach at Triton. After high school,  want to attend a four-year college and major in business because it's a field that truly interests me. However,  I'm still undecided about the specific career I want to pursue. You can reach me at [email protected]
Hello, my name is Tyler Brosch. I am a junior at Triton High School. I play Football and run track in school. outside of school, I enjoy working out, listening to music, and spending time with friends and family. I like to be able to express my thoughts and creativity, especially through writing. I feel that journalism gives me the opportunity to write about what I want to write about. I think that being a journalist in the school newspaper is important because it allows me to uplift the Triton community by taking events and stories and connecting them to Triton. After high school, I would like to pursue business. I hope that one day I will be able to start my own.

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