Kevin Spiller officially resigns as Trinity Christian football coach

Trinity Christian coach Kevin Spiller talks to Eli Reeves (3) during a game against Denver City in a non-district game, Friday, Sept. 30, 2022, at Trinity Christian Athletic Complex.
Trinity Christian coach Kevin Spiller talks to Eli Reeves (3) during a game against Denver City in a non-district game, Friday, Sept. 30, 2022, at Trinity Christian Athletic Complex.

Kevin Spiller has resigned as head football coach and assistant athletic director at Trinity Christian.

Spiller told the Avalanche-Journal this summer that the 2022 campaign would be his last with the Lions. It was made official with a press release from the school on Thursday.

"Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine how much love and support I'd receive from the students, staff, administration, and parents of Trinity Christian School," Spiller said in the release. "What we accomplished in four years with this football program is remarkable and a highlight of my 35-year career."

In his four years leading the Trinity football program, Spiller compiled a 31-18 overall record, reaching the state championship game for the first time in school history last season. The Lions recently wrapped the 2022 season with another appearance in the state semifinals.

Spiller will remain with Trinity Christian School by serving as the assistant middle school principal. A retirement announcement ceremony is scheduled for noon Monday in the Great Room at Trinity Christian High School.

This article originally appeared on Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: Kevin Spiller officially resigns as Trinity Christian football coach