It is the belief of the Brewer School Department that interscholastic athletics play an important role in the total educational development of our youth. Athletics allow the student to combine academic and athletic skills in a setting that enables the student to achieve his/her maximum potential. Competition in sports teaches a young person how to function as an individual within a team in such a manner that both the team and the individual benefit. Competition under proper supervision teaches the athlete how to maintain a positive attitude while experiencing the emotions associated with winning and losing.
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Mr. David Utterback – Athletic Director
BS in Physical Education ’03- Husson University; Master of Science in Business/Athletic Administration ’05- Husson University
Mr. Utterback has been a teacher/coach since graduating from Bangor High School in 1999. In 2001, Mr. Utterback led Bangor to their first ever Senior League Baseball State Championship. In 2002, Mr. Utterback coached Bangor into the first Senior League World Series held at Bangor’s Mansfield Stadium. He would lead Bangor to their second SLWS appearance in 2004. In the fall of 2004, Mr. Utterback began teaching Physical Education at Old Town High School, a position he held until coming to Brewer High School as Athletic Director in 2012, replacing the legendary, Dennis Kiah. Through his years at Old Town High School, Mr. Utterback coached Varsity Baseball. In his first year as Head Coach, Mr. Utterback earned Coach of the Year honors in 2005. His Coyotes teams were highly regarded in the baseball community. Other accomplishments in baseball include: Coaching the 2007 Gatorade Player of the Year and Maine Mr. Baseball- Jarrett Lukas, leading the Coyotes into the 2008 Eastern Maine Class B Championship, 2011 Zone 1 American Legion Coach of the Year and Vice President of the Maine Baseball Coaches Association.
Mr. Utterback has deep roots in Brewer and Brewer High School. He resides in Brewer and both of his parents attended, and graduated from Brewer High School. Along with that, his aunts and uncles attended and graduated from Brewer High School as well. His uncle, Roy Blethen ’59, was a star football running back and baseball player for two seasons of varsity competition at Brewer High. His grandparents were lifelong residents of Brewer.