After four seasons as the head football coach at Trion, David Humphreys announced Wednesday that he will be resigning from his post with the Bulldog program.  AM 1180 has learned that Coach Humphreys met with his players and fellow coaches before making his official announcement.  Since coming to Trion in 2008, Humphreys’ teams own an overall record of 17-25 for a .405 winning percentage. 

Beginning in 2005, Trion endured four straight losing seasons under three different head coaches.  However, Humphrey’s teams in 2009 and 2010 posted back to back 6-5 seasons which turned out to be his best teams at Trion.  During Humphrey’s tenure, Trion had a 2-10 record against region 6A powers Darlington, Bremen and Bowdon.  The Bulldogs also had a 1-3 record against archrival Gordon Lee.

Aside from his four years at Trion, Humphreys spent four years as the head coach at Rome from 2001 to 2004 where he had an overall record of 42-8-0 and took the Wolves to the quarter finals of the state playoffs on three different occasions.  David Humphreys’ overall head coaching record is 59-33-0 in 8 seasons as a head coach.