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Myers Resigns As Hamilton Head Football Coach

Written by CHS Staff
Coach Chris Myers led 15 different Hawkeye squads into action over his two spans as head football coach.

CHS Staff Report

Chris Myers has resigned as Head Football Coach for the Hawkeyes. Athletic Director Jordan Bandstra confirmed the resignation to Covering Hawkeye Sports on Thursday.

“Chris has done so much for Hamilton over the years,” Bandstra reflected. “We thank him for all the time and effort he has given to our football and athletic programs over 15 seasons. Being a varsity football coach is a huge commitment and Chris worked hard to better our program.”

Myers, who led Hamilton Football for 15 years over two stints, leaves with a coaching record of 89 – 62. Under his leadership, Hamilton won Conference titles three times (2003, 2005, 2009).  In his first season (2001), the Hawkeyes won their only District Championship by defeating Plainwell 35-21.

During Myers’ tenure as head coach, Hamilton qualified for the state playoffs nine times (2001-2005, 2008-2009, 2012, 2016).