Excessive Faculty Soccer: Muellenberg, Kravik Resigns From Bangor Soccer Jobs | Put together soccer
Bangor High School football coach Rick Muellenberg is stepping down from his job for the second time.
Muellenberg, who coached the Cardinals for 20 seasons – prior to the 2018 season before returning in 2019 – and won two WIAA Division 7 state championships, submitted his resignation to the Bangor School Board for Wednesday night’s meeting.
Long-time assistant coach Kevin Kravik, who started as head coach and qualified 11-2 as Cardinals for the semi-finals of Division 7, is also leaving the team. Kravik also trained the team before taking over Muellenberg in 2000.
Muellenberg’s teams posted a record of 162-55 (0.747 percent profit) in 20 seasons and qualified 16 times for the WIAA playoffs. The Cardinals won 10 championships at the Scenic Bluffs Conference during this time and will compete in the next season with a winning streak at a conference with 43 games.
Bangor was 7-0 when he played an alternate schedule this spring and ended his season with a convincing 38-0 win over Royall to win the final SBC championship.