After 23 seasons at the helm of the Butte Central wrestling program, head coach Robin Moodry has decided to retire.  The following is from a press release from Butte Central Activities Director Chad Petersen:

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Butte Central’s Head Wrestling Coach Robin Moodry has decided to retire after 23 years leading the Maroons Wrestling Program.

Robin started his coaching career in 1995 serving as an assistant before taking over the program in 2000. Robin has coached multiple state champions with many more that were state finalists. In addition to coaching the wrestling program, Robin has been an assistant coach for our football team since 2016. “There aren’t many individuals who you come across in high school sports that possess as much passion, experience and knowledge as Coach Moodry. Fortunately for Butte Central and our student-athletes, he brought that to our wrestling program back in the 90’s.” Butte Central Activities Director Chad Petersen said. “Through his dedication and leadership, our wrestling program has enjoyed success at the highest level with multiple state & divisional champions and countless others that were state and divisional finalists. Finding someone to fill his shoes will no doubt be a big challenge but we’re incredibly appreciative to have had him on our coaching staff for as long as we did. Everyone at Butte Central wishes him well and thank him for the many years he devoted to our school & wrestling program.” Petersen continued.

The school has posted the position and hopes to name a replacement later this spring.  For further information, please contact Chad Petersen at (406)782-8084.

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