Tony Reis is the new man in charge of the Whitman-Hanson Regional High boys’ soccer team.
Reis takes over for Dave Leahy, who stepped down after four seasons due to a work commitment.
Reis, who works for the Upper Cape Regional Vocational School, spent six seasons as Upper Cape’s head coach. His teams won three league titles and qualified for the MIAA tournament six years in a row.
Reis played his high school ball at Taunton High.
“Coach Reis has a passion and love for the game of soccer,” said W-H athletic director Bob Rodgers. “His success speaks for itself, but his view of the role of athletics in a student’s life is what excites me about having him joining our staff.”
Reis also owns a soccer academy down the Cape.
W-H finished the shortened 2020 campaign with a 6-7 record.