Coaching Staff


 Brittney Godbout: Head Coach/Varsity Coach

Brittney Godbout begins her 8th season as Chariho High School’s Head Girls' Soccer Coach. Her goal is to encourage a higher level of passion and continued love for the game of soccer through innovative, challenging, skill specific training sessions.

Coach Godbout grew up in Cranston, Rhode Island and graduated from Cranston High School East in 2004. After high school she attended the Community College of Rhode Island and then transferred to Rhode Island College in 2006. She was a starting offensive player on the women’s soccer team at both CCRI and RIC.  Godbout was an All-Region XXI offensive player both years at the Community College and an All-Little East Conference offensive player both years at Rhode Island College. She graduated from Rhode Island College in May, 2009 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education/concentration in Special Education, grades K-12. Godbout is currently a Special Educator in the Chariho Regional School District.

Coach Godbout started her coaching career in 2007 as an assistant coach, coaching an U-17 Bruno United Girls' Soccer Team for two years. In 2009, she was the assistant coach at Cranston High School East and was the assistant coach at Chariho High School for the 2010 season. Godbout also coached with the New England Revolution Academy where she coached Academy sessions with various town associations in the region and Summer Academy programs throughout New England. She holds an E Coaching License and a NSCAA National Diploma. Godbout received the Division-III A Coach of the Year Award in 2013, as well as the Division-II Coach of the Year Award in 2017.


 Michael "Scotty" McGuire: Assistant Head Coach

Scotty begins his 4th season as Chariho High School’s Girls' Assistant Soccer Coach. Scotty is a Chariho alumni, who graduated in 1970. Scotty was born in Glasgow Scotland and came to the states in 1967. A true Celtic fan, Scotty grew up playing and watching the game, and quickly fell in love with the sport. He played for numerous teams in Scotland and the U.S. including Cullen United and the Pawtucket Rangers. At Chariho, Scotty quickly made a name for himself as a quick attacking midfielder. Scotty was awarded 1st Team All-State and made the RIIL Coaches and Providence Journal's Teams his Junior and Senior Year. Scotty was inducted into the Chariho Hall of Fame for his soccer successes. Scotty started coaching Westerly and Chariho Youth Programs and was the Assistant Girls' Soccer Coach at Westerly High School for 9 years during the late 80's-early 90's. Scotty made his transition to coaching the Chariho Girls High School Team in 2015. Scotty holds a D Coaching License and is an active member of the Chariho Sports Boosters. Scotty's goal is to share his knowledge and love of the game in order to develop skillful and intelligent players. "I'm not into surprising opponents. I want them to fear us because they know what is coming." - Celtic manager, Ronny Deila.


Jessica Sexton: Junior Varsity Coach


Jessica Sexton begins her 2nd season as Chariho High School’s Girls' Assistant Soccer Coach. Jessica graduated from Westerly High School in 2011 and played soccer for three years on the Westerly soccer team as a defensive player. Jessica continues to play in adult soccer leagues throughout the state.  Her goal is to encourage players to feel more confident and self-assured and share her love and enjoyment of soccer with the team in order for them to have an appreciation for the game.