Redmond High School head football coach Jeff Chandler has resigned.
In an announcement posted on the team's website on Friday, Chandler calls his three years as head coach "one of the more gratifying experiences of my coaching career."
It has been my pleasure to serve the students of Redmond High School as its Head Football Coach these past 3 years. We have made great strides in the program and Redmond is poised to make its return as one of the more formidable foes in what is one of the premier high school football conferences in the country.
I thank all players, past and present, and the community for their grace, patience and commitment as we have created a foundation for future success in football. While this has been a difficult rebuilding project, it has been one of the more gratifying experiences of my coaching career.
Chandler's record with the team was 7-21, according to The Seattle Times. The newspaper indicated the coach was leaving his position to "pursue a career in school administration."