Ten Sleep head football coach Andy Ray has resigned under pressure, the Northern Wyoming Daily News reported.

Ray reluctantly submitted his resignation on April 11 after being notified his contract would not be renewed, the Daily News reported.

Ray had been Ten Sleep’s coach the past three seasons. The Pioneers, members of the Class 1A six-man West Conference, finished 4-18 in Ray’s three seasons and went 1-6 in 2015. Ray was also previously the head coach at Wind River, going 16-4 in two seasons as head coach of the Cougars.

A replacement has not yet been named.

Ray is the third coach in Wyoming to step down this offseason, joining Cheyenne South’s Tracy Pugh and Star Valley’s Chris Howell.


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