After seven seasons as Green River’s head coach, Don Maggi has resigned.

The resignation was first reported by KUGR Radio’s Steve Core on Facebook.

Core reported that Maggi does plan to stay on in Green River as a teacher. Maggi teaches social studies at Green River High School.

The Wolves went 38-31 under Maggi, reaching the Class 3A semifinals in five of his seven years and finishing as runners-up in 2015. The Wolves went 7-3 last season, losing to Torrington 17-13 in the 3A semifinals.

Maggi was previously the offensive coordinator at Natrona.

Maggi is the sixth head coach in the state to resign after the 2017 season, along with coaches at WheatlandSheridanCheyenne CentralLander and Lovell. If you know of other coaches who will not return in 2018, please email


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