Monrovia High School head football coach Ryan Maddox has resigned.
Maddox resigned Tuesday afternoon, citing a desire to transition into administration, reported the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.
He led the team to a 69-14 record in his six seasons at Monrovia High and to the Mid-Valley Division championship game four seasons in a row, the newspaper reported.
The team won the Rio Hondo League championship all six seasons he was head coach and three CIF championships.
“It’s something I thought about for a long time and just thought it was the right time,” Maddox told the newspaper of his decision to resign. “It’s time for me to start looking at the next step. I’m going to start applying and looking toward getting into administration."
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