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John Stark Jr. Generals Football

John Stark Jr. Generals Football



Ash St. Onge has been coaching organized flag football since 2019 Starting in the Goffstown Jr. Grizzlies program as a head coach, Ash quickly gained football experience by coaching multiple seasons of flag football each year. In 2020, Ash and family transitioned to the Jr. Generals as a head flag coach. He has also coached 3-4 sessions each year at the Bedford Sportsplex, giving him well over 12 “seasons” of flag coaching experience. Ash’s teams are always well-organized, competitive, and most importantly they have a great time playing and competing!

Ash is also an assistant coach for the Jr. Generals Youth Tackle Program, specializing in WR’s and DB’s in 2021. This is Ash’s first season as the Flag Football Coordinator, as he assumes the role vacated by Coach Mike Bagtaz, who is moving up to help coach the Youth Tackle Program.


Youth 4/5/6 Tackle Head Coach:

Mike Lochman is the Head Football Coach and the Football Coordinator of the John Stark Jr. Generals Youth Football Program. Mike joined our program in 2020 as a head flag football coach, and in 2021 became the head youth coach. Mike was named Football Coordinator in 2022.

Mike has coached sports at various levels for 28 years, starting as a Pop Warner youth football assistant in 1994 with the Merrimack Cardinals football organization. In 1997, Mike transitioned to coaching football at the NHIAA high school level, spending a year with Milford, 9 years with Merrimack, and 5 years with Hollis-Brookline. In 2013, Mike was named varsity Head Football Coach at Souhegan High School, where he remained until after 2016, when he stepped down to allow him to transition back to coaching youth sports as his young sons grew older. In addition to his tackle football experience, Mike has also coached youth baseball since 2017 in the New Boston and Goffstown programs. He has coached youth flag football in Goffstown, Weare, and at the Bedford Sportsplex since 2018.

Mike has spent over a quarter of a century immersed in coaching, including having over 20 years of participation in Glazier Football Clinics (personal development opportunities for coaches), being trained and certified in First Aid / CPR, heat and exertion safety, concussion protocol, and the NHIAA Coaching Principles certification courses. Mike has been involved in many proud moments in his coaching career, including having been recognized 3 times by the NHIAA for the Football Sportsmanship Award (2004, 2005 at Merrimack, 2013 at Souhegan), serving as the position coach for the 2001 NH Gatorade Player of the Year and for the 2011 Nashua Telegraph Player of the Year, and being named NHIAA Division 2 Coach of the Year in 2015.

Mike lives in New Boston with his wife Shelley and their two sons who both participate in the Junior Generals football program (Colin, age 10 and Owen, age 8).


7/8 Tackle Football Head Coach:

Coach Scott Doyle played youth football for the town of Merrimack NH and graduated at Merrimack class of 1980 after having played HS football for Coach Joe Raycraft. Coach Doyle has nearly 20 years of football coaching experience at the youth, Jr. High and High School levels of competition.

His High School coaching experience includes 3 years as the Head Freshman Coach at Manchester Memorial High School, several years at Manchester West, Varsity Defensive Coordinator responsibilities at Pembroke Academy (Concord) and a year coaching varsity Defensive Line at Clayton High School (NC).

At the youth level, Coach Doyle has a wealth of experience as well, having served as Offensive Coordinator for the Manchester East Cobras, Head Coach of the Hooksett Hurricanes, and Offensive Coordinator for the Monadnock Mountaineers, who won a state championship in 2006 while he was there.

Coach Doyle is a veteran coach who has had the opportunity to learn under several of NH’s best coaches and also has coached several players who themselves went on to be prominent coaches in the High School and College ranks. His strongest believes and values are around developing player skills and sportsmanship, and treating football as a “year round” development opportunity. He believes firmly that if players are well-coached and care about their teammates, the “big things” will take care of themselves.

Coach Doyle is also a devoted father and family man. He has 3 beautiful and terrific kids, all still living in NC. They are all grown adults and are pursuing their professional and personal dreams. He also is the lone brother to 5 sisters.

We are proud to have Coach Doyle join the Jr. Generals football family this upcoming season as yet another highly experienced coach who is dedicated to the safety and personal / athletic development of every kid in our program.


Jr. Generals Football Association
Bolton Memorial Field, Route 114
Weare, New Hampshire 03281

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