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Football: Bob Ladouceur ends his coaching reign at De La Salle

January 4, 2013 |  3:54 pm

Bob Ladouceur, the coach at Concord De La Salle who guided the program to an historic 151-game winning streak from 1992-2003, announced Friday that he was stepping down as head coach after 34 years.

He will be replaced by Justin Alumbaugh, the offensive line coach who graduated from De La Salle in 1998 and also attended UCLA.

Ladouceur leaves with a 399-25-3 record since taking over the program in 1979. The team went 15-0 this past season. His team won 28 North Coast section titles.

-- Eric Sondheimer