GREEN BAY - After guiding Little Chute to a 9-2 record this past season, Greg Enz has resigned as football coach.
"I have resigned my head-coaching duties at Little Chute high school football as I have been offered a position out of state," Enz said. "I have been honored to coach with a great group of assistants and had the chance teach some wonderful young men over the past 13 years."
Enz will join former Pulaski coach Jed Kennedy at Edgewater High School in Orlando, Fla., as an assistant on Kennedy's staff.
Enz led the Mustangs to a 6-1 record in the Eastern Valley Conference last season, good for second place, and they reached Level 3 of the playoffs before falling to Freedom.
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