Casey Quinn has resigned as the Clovis North High football coach.
Quinn went 6-6 overall in his only season with the Broncos, with a 2-3 record in the Tri-River Athletic Conference and a 1-1 mark in the Central Section Division I playoffs.
Quinn is set to be the next head coach at McFarland High in Kern County, according to Bakersfield Californian reporter Trevor Horn.
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Before taking over for Fresno Athletic Hall of Fame coach Tim Simons at Clovis North, Quinn had three previous head-coaching stints in the section and led all three teams to the playoffs. He went 20-4 overall at Cesar Chavez-Delano in 2014-15, 6-6 at Roosevelt in 2013 and 24-20 with a co-TRAC title at Central in 2008-11. Quinn was an assistant at Reedley College in 2012.
According to a news release from Clovis Unified, Quinn is relocating to be closer to family members.
A search for Quinn’s replacement has started, the CUSD release added, and current Clovis North Educational Center teacher and coach Benny Martinez will lead the football program during the transition period.