The Powell Tribune reported on Tuesday that Powell coach Chanler Buck has resigned after four years as the Panthers’ head coach.

Buck will stay in Powell and will be an assistant principal and the athletics director at Powell’s middle school, the Tribune reported.

Buck went 18-22 in his four years leading the Panthers. The team’s best finish came in 2016, when Powell finished as the Class 3A runner-up to Star Valley.

The timing was a little sooner than I anticipated, but it was a great opportunity for us to jump in,” Buck told the Tribune about moving from coaching and teaching to administration.

A replacement has not yet been named. At least two other Class 3A programs, Lander and Green River, will also have new coaches in 2018.

For more on the changeover in Powell, read the Powell Tribune’s story.


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