ALBION, Ind. (WPTA21) -- Trevor Tipton has made this decision once before, but this time, he said its final.
The Central Noble head coach has stepped down from his position.
The news was first reported Monday by Brice Vance of KPC News.
Tipton originally became the Cougars head coach back in 1994, leaving his role after the 2009 season. He began his second run in 2018, going 7-4 that year before a 2-8 season in 2019.
Overall he went 121-111 leading the Cougars, with one sectional title in 2002.
Tipton told ABC21 that he no longer had the "edge" he needed to coach at this level, adding that he looked forward to less hours and more time with his family.
Tipton will continue teaching at the school for now, but said he could retire in the next year or two.