Westview High School’s head football coach Greg Fisher is stepping down from his position, according to a post from the team’s Twitter account.
Coach Fisher is stepping down as the WHS Head Football Coach. We wish him the best with his future endeavors and thank him for his legacy.
— WestviewFootball (@WestviewFootbal) January 23, 2015
KGW placed a call Friday afternoon to the athletic department to confirm the information. That call was not immediately returned.
The team’s Twitter account confirmed the news to KGW.
Here’s a post from Westview HS: Wildcats Football Fans thanking Fisher.
“From the parents and players: Best of luck to Coach Greg Fisher in his future endeavors. We were sad to learn he will be stepping down as Westview’s head football coach. Thanks for all you’ve done to advance the program and everything you’ve done for the players – from HS down to youth.”
Here’s a Twitter post from Westview HS teacher Luke Fritz:
Now that the players have been told: a hearty and emotional THANK YOU to Coach Greg Fisher, for everything he’s done for @WestviewFootbal.
— Luke Fritz (@LukeFritz64) January 23, 2015
Fisher spent seven seasons as Westview’s head coach. He took over in 2008 after being an assistant coach at the school since 1999.
Fisher compiled a 37-39 record as head coach, with his last two seasons being the most successful. His teams went a combined 15-6 in his final two seasons, including an 8-2 mark and second place Metro League finish last season.