Cheyenne Central head coach Drew Severn has resigned after four years as the Indians’ head coach.

The news of Severn’s resignation was reported by Jeremiah Johnke at the Wyoming Tribune Eagle in Cheyenne. Johnke said Severn — who played at the University of Wyoming from 2002-05 — resigned to take a different job in Michigan.

In his four years as head coach, Severn’s Indian teams went a combined 10-28. They reached the playoffs in his first year (2014) and last year (2017).

A replacement has not yet been named.

Severn is the third Wyoming coach to step down this offseason, joining Lander’s John Rounds and Lovell’s Doug Hazen.


2 Thoughts on “Cheyenne Central’s Severn resigns as head coach

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  2. C, Dan Brownell on January 12, 2018 at 9:24 pm said:

    I would like to thank Coach Severn for taking a High School Senior transfer student from N. Logan, UT who had never played Center in his life under his wing and made this young man into his starting Center, All Conf, All State-2nd team & Shrine Bowl player, Coach Severn spent many hours with this player helping him to become a fine Center, Not many coaches would have given this player much of a chance to make it on the starting line up for Class 5A Team. Jake Brownell’s family is forever thankful to Coach Severn and we all wish him nothing but the best.

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