Kell High School head football coach Irv Sigler has resigned from his post, according to a report published in Monday's Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Kell had coached the Longhorns for three seasons, compiling a 15-17 record in that time span.
In 2007, Kell lost seven straight contests to start the season before picking up two victories in the final three weeks and finishing with a 2-8 overall record.
It is reported that Sigler will remain at Kell as a physical education teacher.
Kell High Coach Irv Sigler Resigns
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