The Rawlins Outlaw football team is searching for a new head football coach for the 2022 season.

Clayton McSpadden, a Rawlins alumnus, resigned after four seasons as the head coach. Rawlins activities director Kasey Garnhart said in an email Thursday to wyoming-football.com that a search is underway for a new coach. He said interviews taking place now, with an expected hire likely to be announced in April.

In his four seasons, McSpadden’s Outlaw teams finished a combined 6-29. The Class 3A Outlaws have not won a game the past two seasons.

McSpadden did not reply to an email sent Tuesday.

Other programs in Wyoming seeking new head coaches this year are Cheyenne South, Glenrock and Cokeville. Meanwhile, Pinedale has hired a new head coach for the upcoming season. If you know of other head coaching changes in the state, please email me at pschmiedt@yahoo.com.

–patrick

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