Jackson coach James Howell has resigned after seven seasons as the Broncs’ head coach.
The resignation was first reported by Clark Forster of the Jackson Hole News & Guide on Twitter.
Per AD Mike Hansen, Jackson Hole High School head football coach James Howell has resigned.
— Clark Forster (@JHNGsports) December 5, 2016
Howell went 29-36 in seven years as Jackson’s head coach. The Broncs’ best year under Howell came in 2016, when they went 9-2 and reached the 3A semifinals. The Broncs went 1-8 last season.
He is the second coach in the state to step down this offseason, joining Snake River’s Michael Bates.