Bill Forman resigned his position as head football coach at Chestatee, according to a press release sent Friday.
Forman served Chestatee’s football program for four years. As defensive coordinator, he helped lead the War Eagles to consecutive playoff appearances in 2012 (8-3) and 2013 (9-3).
He became head coach in 2014, but Chestatee has gone 1-19 since then, including a 1-9 start in his first season in charge and a 0-10 season in 2015.
“I appreciate Coach Forman for what he has given to our program,” said War Eagles athletic director Ben Corley, per the release. “He is a good man and a goodcoach that has had a positive impact on the lives of our students here at CHS. Coach Forman has been responsible for laying a foundation of discipline and accountability for our football program and we will build on that foundation as we move forward.”