After 22 years of coaching at Mountain View, including nine as head coach, Tim Gonzales has resigned.

In an email Tuesday, Gonzales said he no longer had “the energy that it takes to compete at a high level and it would not be fair to the players my staff and the community of Mtn. View for me to continue.”

Gonzales compiled a 42-44 record in his nine years as head coach. The Buffalos reached the state championship game in 2004 under him. He was also the South head coach for the 2007 Shrine Bowl and led his team to a 20-17 victory over the North team.

The Buffalos went 3-5 this season.



5 Thoughts on “Gonzales resigns as Mountain View coach

  1. Ted Holmstrom on November 3, 2011 at 6:43 am said:

    The entire state of Wyoming football family will miss coach G leading the football buffalo’s in 2012. His dedication and effort to lead a quality football program is a good example for everyone. I want to thank him publicly for introducing me to so many football coaches here in the state of Wyoming.

  2. Coach G. is a great guy, he has put in a lot of years and commitment to the football program, I wish him the best of luck!!

  3. Patrick on November 3, 2011 at 9:47 am said:

    It appears the story has been removed from the site. I am not sure what that means at this point….


  4. coach burkart on November 3, 2011 at 9:50 am said:

    I had the pleasure of coaching with coach G. in the 2009 Shrine bowl. I couldn’t have asked for a better coach to share that experience with that week! The coaches at Southeast High school Thank him for his dedication to his sport and wish him all the best! Hope to see you soon coach!

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