YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Yorktown High School's head football coach, Mike Rescigno, has resigned, just 10 days after winning his 100th game with the program.
The 15-year veteran announced his decision Tuesday evening.
"To express what I am feeling tonight is difficult to put into words because these past 15 years have been some of the most fulfilling and rewarding of my life," Rescigno wrote.
Rescigno, 42, played college football at Hofstra University. He is a physical education teacher at Yorktown High School. He called Yorktown a "really special place."
"To all the players past and present, I will never, ever forget what we have done together—far beyond the wins and losses," the coach wrote. "I will always remember all of you as champions of our beloved Yorktown football family."