Saratoga head football coach Logan Wright has resigned leading the Panthers but plans to stay in Saratoga.
Wright confirmed his resignation Monday via Twitter message to wyoming-football.com.
The Panthers went 18-20 over the past five years with Wright as head coach, including two years in six-man and three in Class 1A nine-man. Saratoga has gone 3-5 in each of the past three seasons in nine-man.
“I have so many great memories here as the football coach and am excited to see the program continue to grow and find success in the future,” Wright wrote.
Wright, a physical education and health teacher, will stay in Saratoga. Wright said he wanted to “focus on my young and growing family. Coaching is still in my future, but not at this time.”
Statewide, Campbell County, Rock Springs, Evanston, Lander, Glenrock and Guernsey are also searching for a head coach for next season. Meanwhile, Green River and Riverton have hired a new head coach for the 2023 season. If you know of other head coaching changes in the state, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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