Russell Stienmetz will be the new head football coach at Torrington, the Torrington Telegram reported Friday.

BREAKING: Torrington High School has a new football coach. 12-year Blazer assistant Russell Stienmetz officially takes over the helm of the Blazer football team. #wyovaristy #wyosports— Andrew Towne (@TTSports_Andrew) April 26, 2019

Stienmetz has been with the Torrington program for 12 years, the Telegram reported.

In an interview with the Casper Star-Tribune, Stienmetz said he called Torrington’s defensive signals for the past nine seasons.

Stienmetz also teaches math at Torrington High School.

He replaces Mark Lenhardt, who will leave Torrington at the end of the school year to take over as the head coach at Rock Springs.

Other Wyoming high schools with new head coaches for 2019 include Kelly Walsh, Gillette, Rock Springs, Evanston, Glenrock and Lovell. Other schools looking for new head coaches include TBig PineyPinedale and Wyoming Indian. If you know of other head coaching changes statewide, please email me at


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