Tim Koontz has announced his resignation as Head Boys Golf Coach at Concord High School due to a change in full-time job status.
Koontz served as head coach for six seasons, amassing a record of 63-46, with the best season being an 18-4 season in 2018.
“Tim was a full-time teacher in our building, but elected to instead enter private business,” said Concord Athletic Director Dave Preheim. “With his new position, he no longer had the time necessary to be a head coach. We are sorry to lose him as he did a tremendous job building relationships with his athletes and ensuring that many important lessons beyond wins and losses were taught on the golf course. I know giving this up was a tough decision for him, but obviously he needs to do what is best for his family.”
Koontz will remain on the Concord coaching staff in a limited role as an assistant football coach this fall.