GLASGOW — Glasgow football coach Greg Liebelt resigned on Sunday.
According to the Glasgow Scotties Twitter account, Liebelt led the Scotties for six years as head coach and had a record of 37-24. The team made five straight trips to the Class B playoffs from 2012-16. He was also an assistant at Glasgow for two seasons.
Liebelt issued a statement on the Glasgow Scottie Football Facebook page, that was later reposted on the @GlasgowHighSchoolScotties page explaining his decision.
"It has been an incredible privilege for me to guide the Scottie football program during my six-year tenure, which will provide me a lifetime of fond memories of working with the kids and assistant coaches. We won some very memorable games along with three District Championships and five playoff appearances, which included one semifinal and two quarterfinal playoff games. During each of the seasons with great success and excitement came heartbreaking losses and challenges we had to overcome!," Liebelt posted on Facebook.
According to Glasgow activities director Brenner Flaten when the head football coach position opens, the application process will be available on the school's website.