Kaycee coach Lee Kremers has resigned after leading the Buckaroos to back-to-back Class 1A six-man championships and the state’s longest active winning streak.

Tony Rouse, who has been Kaycee’s assistant coach for the past two seasons seasons, will take over as head coach.

Kremers’ resignation was first reported by K2 TV’s Meg Salle on Twitter.

Rouse verified Kremers’ resignation and his promotion to head coach via text message to wyoming-football.com on Friday.

The Buckaroos went 21-1 under Kremers, finishing 10-1 in 2015 and 11-0 in 2016. The Buckaroos have won 20 games in a row, the longest active streak in the state regardless of classification.

Updated 8:24 p.m. Aug. 15: Kaycee AD Jason Humble said Kremers resigned to spend more time focused on his job as Kaycee’s chief of police. Humble said Kremers resigned July 18.


2 Thoughts on “Kaycee coach resigns after back-to-back state titles, assistant coach promoted to top spot

  1. Any follow up on this. Seems like some real pre-season drama for the smallest classification of football in Wyoming. Perhaps Kremer’s was offered a position at the Cleveland Browns—God knows they could use him.

  2. Patrick on August 12, 2017 at 4:06 pm said:

    Folks in Kaycee have not responded. I spent all summer trying to contact Kremers with no reply, so it’s safe to say he won’t be in touch.

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