Laramie coach Chuck Syverson has resigned after four years as the Plainsmen’s head coach.

Syverson’s departure was first reported by KOWB Radio in Laramie. Syverson told KOWB he was planning on taking a coaching job in Florida.

Syverson went 13-27 in his four years with the Plainsmen, including 4-6 last season. Laramie made the playoffs in each of his four years as coach but never advanced past the first round.

Prior to coming to Laramie, Syverson led Thermopolis to back-to-back Class 2A championships in 2009 and 2010. He also was previously the head coach in Spearfish, S.D.

A replacement has not yet been named.

Laramie will be the fifth Wyoming high school looking for a new head coach. New coaches have already been named at Thunder Basin, Tongue River and Snake River, while Jackson is still searching for a new head coach.


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