The head football coach of the Rams announced his resignation from coaching this week.
Grayslake Central Head Varsity Football Coach Nick Goshe announced that he does not intend to continue coaching at GCHS for the 2012-2013 season, according to a statement released by District 127 Superintendent Catherine Finger. She said Goshe will continue teaching in the Life Fitness Department at GCHS.
"Goshe and his coaching staff have done an outstanding job building both the football program and garnering community support," Finger stated. "Summer football camps will continue under the leadership of Assistant Varsity Coaches Ben Ault and Dan Catanzaro.”
The Rams, who ended last season 7-2, made it into the the playoffs, but lost in the first round to the Tinley Park Titans 35-22.
Overall, Goshe was 18-30 in the five years he manned the helm for the Rams football program, for a .375 winning percentage. His winning percentage increased every year. The last two years his percentage rose to .545 and .700.
Goshe is reportedly going to William Fremd High School in Palatine to become the offensive coordinator, according to multiple sources. Goshe did not respond to requests for an interview.