Nick Guerrini resigns as Hall football coach

After two seasons, Nick Guerrini has stepped down as the head football coach at Hall, his alma mater.

Guerrini said he resigned due to receiving a promotion to assistant general manager at the Walmart Distribution Center.

“The job unfortunately puts me in a position to be unable to retain the head coach position,” Guerrini said. “I will no longer have the time needed or availability needed to continue at a level I feel is necessary to be successful or fair to the athletes I am involved with.”

Guerrini led the Red Devils to a 1-4 record in the spring 2021 season and a 1-8 mark this fall.

“I am humbled with the opportunity that was given to me to be the head coach for the last two years and the multiple years I have been involved as an assistant,” Guerrini said. “This isn’t the end of my coaching career, but it is a necessary break at this moment in my career. I am thankful for the parents, community, Hall High School, the coaching staff and most importantly the boys I have been able to work with over the years.”

Guerrini, who scored three touchdowns as a senior in the Red Devils’ 1995 state championship game victory, said he plans to volunteer in any way needed to help the program whether it’s fundraising or coaching.