ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Valencia High School football coach Kevin Jolley has decided to step down as head coach of the Jaguars. Jolley has decided to leave the state of New Mexico all together. He will be moving to Washington state with his family to live closer to his mother and sister.
In his three seasons as Valencia’s head football coach, Jolley racked up a 16-17 overall record. In his 2013 season, he lead the Jaguars to the playoffs and had a 7-5 record. This last season he also coached the Jags to the playoffs with a 6-5 record.
He had some big wins in his term, beating both Los Lunas and Belen, and Jolley said he would not change any minute of it.
As for coaching in the future, Jolley said, “Who Knows. There are some openings in the area.”