Here is a list of Wyoming high schools that will have new head football coaches for the 2024 season. This post will be updated as necessary throughout the offseason as coaches leave or are hired:
Dubois: Coach David Trembly retired after leading the Rams for 26 years. His Rams won the 1A six-man title in 2012 and were runners-up two other times. A new head coach has not yet been named.
Jackson: David White resigned after two years as head coach to take a new coaching job in Oklahoma, the Jackson Hole News and Guide reported. A new head coach has not yet been named.
Kelly Walsh: Randy Roden will take over as the Trojans’ new head coach, the school announced on Twitter on Feb. 9. Roden has been the head basketball coach at Kelly Walsh and Natrona and also coached at Wind River. He replaces Aaron Makelky, who is not returning after five years as head coach, the Casper Star-Tribune reported.
Laramie: Coach Paul Ronga has resigned after three years as the Plainsmen’s head coach. A new head coach has not yet been named.
Pinedale: Coach David Thrash, the Wranglers’ head coach the past two seasons, has resigned to become an assistant principal and the high school athletic director in Pinedale, Thrash verified to wyoming-football.com via email on Feb. 25. A new head coach has not yet been named.
Rock Springs: Coach Ted Holmstrom has resigned. Holmstrom coached the Tigers’ first two games but was suspended for the rest of the season, with assistant coach Levi Stephens handling head coaching duties for the remainder of the season. A new head coach has not yet been named.
Southeast: Longtime head coach Mark Bullington is retiring after 25 years as the Cyclones’ head coach. He won nine state championships in his head coaching tenure in Yoder. A new head coach has not yet been named.
Worland: Patrick Sweeney, the Warriors’ head coach for four seasons, was not retained. A new head coach has not yet been named.
Post last updated 8:05 a.m. MST Feb. 27, 2024.