Cary, N.C. — After 49 seasons of coaching high school football, Green Hope High School football coach David Green announced his retirement on Friday night.
Green told his team about his retirement after its game against Green Level High School on Friday night.
The Falcons hired Green in 2017 after a two-year stint at Enloe High School. In five season at Green Hope, Green’s teams have compiled a record of 29-19, including a 10-3 record in his first season.
Green also spent time at Williams High School and Leesville Road High School as a head coach, and was an assistant coach at Apex High School. He also coached in South Carolina.
Green has a reputation of turning around struggling programs. In six seasons at Leesville Road, Green took a struggling program and posted a record of 52-24, which included two conference titles and a regional final appearance.
Green Hope has one game left next week at home against Apex.