Bible Baptist Athletics Director Brad Bochette is leaving the Braves to move closer to family in Florence, South Carolina. Bochette also served as basketball coach at Bible Baptist.
Bochette tells WSAV he'll be taking over the athletic program at King's Academy.
His replacement in Savannah, David Boylston, former head football coach at St. Andrew's.
RELEASE FROM BIBLE BAPTIST:
David Boylston will be assuming the roles of Athletic Director and Head
Football Coach for the 2014-15 school year. Boylston will succeed Brad
Bochette as Athletic Director. Bochette will be returning to his hometown
of Florence, SC where he will become the Athletic Director at The King's
David Boylston has extensive coaching experience in the
Savannah area. He began his Head Coaching career at Andrew Jackson
Academy in Bamberg, SC in 1990 and held that position until 1994. From
1994-1999, he served as the Head Varsity Football Coach
at St. Andrews School here in Savannah. During his tenure at St.
Andrews, Boylston's teams garnered a 46-18 record and finished as the SCISA AA
State Runner's Up in 1996 and 1997. In 1998, Boylston led St. Andrews to
a 12-1 record and the SCISA AA State Championship.
He was named SCISA
Coach of the Year as well as Coastal Empire Coach of the Year following his
State Championship campaign. Boylston saw four of his players receive
college football scholarships to Division 1 schools during his time as Head
Coach. Boylston left St. Andrews to become the Head Coach at Pinewood
Preparatory School in Summerville, SC and served as their Head Football Coach
for one season. Boylston returned to Savannah and served as an Assistant
Coach and Assistant Offensive Coordinator at Calvary from 2002-2003, where the
Cavaliers advanced to the 2nd round of the state playoffs both
Boylston served as the Executive Director of Physical
Operations at SCAD from 2001- 2002. He then left the field of education
to begin a local business, Office Clean, Inc. Office Clean later merged
with 360clean where he has served as the Regional Developer for Coastal Georgia
and Jacksonville, Florida.
Boylston is a 1984 graduate of the University of South
Carolina. He was a member of the 1980-81 Gamecock Football Team where he
played alongside Heisman Trophy winner, George Rogers.