Cheyenne South head coach Dan Gallas will retire after six years as the Bison’s leader.

Gallas’ retirement was first reported by the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle’s Jeremiah Johnke on Twitter.

Cheyenne South football coach Dan Gallas is retiring from coaching South AD Mark Puev just announced in an email. Gallas was the Bison’s coach for the past six seasons. #wyosports— Jeremiah Johnke (@jjohnke) November 3, 2021

Gallas led South to its first, and so far only, Class 4A playoff berth in 2016. Prior to coming to Cheyenne South, Gallas coached at three different high schools in Colorado, compiling an overall record of 101-70 combined at Smoky Hill, Grand Junction and Northglenn high schools.

South went 7-48 the past six years and 0-9 each of the past two seasons.

Gallas is the second Wyoming head football coach to retire, joining Cokeville’s Todd Dayton. If you know of other head coaching changes in the state, please email me at


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