(November 16, 2012) -- Buddy McBryde has resigned as head coach at Ellison High School after five seasons. The resignation will be effective at the end of his contract, which is set to expire at the end of this school year.
McBryde went 13-37 in his five seasons with the Eagles, failing to make the postseason during that time. He leaves with Ellison currently on a 20-game losing streak.
In a statement, released by Killeen ISD on Friday, McBryde said the following:
“I have enjoyed my over seven years teaching and coaching at Ellison, though I have decided to make a change in my career. I am resigning as of the end of the current 2012-2013 contract year. I want to thank Mr. David Dominguez, Mr. Marvin Rainwater and Coach Tom Rogers for having been an excellent leaders over these past several years. My greatest achievement is having positively affected the lives of so many young students and student-athletes at Ellison High School.”