Guy Lecompte has resigned as head football coach at Mandeville.
After 11 years at the helm of the Skippers, Guy Lecompte confirmed to Crescent City Sports that he has resigned from his position as head football coach at Mandeville. Lecompte stated that the decision is for personal reasons.
Lecompte indicated that he is open to a return to coaching in the future if the right opportunity presents itself.
The move comes less than two weeks before the start of the prep football regular season.
Lecompte built a program of consistency and integrity at Mandeville, posting a solid 93-40 mark. His teams made the state playoffs in each of his 11 seasons, reaching the semifinals three times (2011, 2012, 2015) as well as getting to the quarterfinals in 2007 and 2014. Under Lecompte, the Skippers won 10 or more games four times.
Mandeville principal Bruce Bundy confirmed in a release later on Monday that Lecompte will remain on the faculty and will continue to serve as the school’s Athletic Director.
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