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Dr. Kevin Spiller, Varsity Head Football Coach for Trinity Christian School, has announced that he is stepping down from the TCS Lions football program.

A press release from Trinity Christian School said that Spiller  would be stepping down after 4 seasons with the program. He said:

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. What we accomplished in four years with this football program is remarkable and a highlight of my 35-year career.

Spiller joined the TCS football staff back in 2019, taking over as Varsity Head Coach and Assistant Athletic Director. Over his 4 years with TCS, Spiller has compiled a win-loss record of 31-18 and a district win-loss record of 18-5. The TCS Lions were Co-District Champions in 2021 and Coach Spiller led the Lions to a District Championship in 2022.

TCS Superintendent Stephen Cox said:

Coach Spiller has brought a much-needed level of experience and wisdom, not just to our football program, but to our administrative team. I am so thankful that he has been a part, and I know that we will continue to reap the rewards of what he has deposited into our school for years to come.

Although Spiller is retiring as TCS Varsity Head Football Coach, he will stay on staff at TCS as the Assistant Middle School Principal.

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