Bryan High's Sedberry Moves On

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After two seasons as the Bryan ISD's athletic director and head gootball coach, Marvin Sedberry has resigned his post effective June 30. Sedberry informed the team of his decision to leave the Vikings Tuesday afternoon following the team's spring workout.

Sedberry was just the fourth head coach in the 35-year history of Bryan High and what was once one of the most stable programs in the state, will now welcome a senior class in the fall with it's third head coach in four years.

"The timing is terrible in terms of right in the middle of spring training. If I could control that I would do something a little bit different," said Sedberry.

He led the Vikings to a 10-10 regular season record in two years which included a trip to the playoffs in 2004.

BISD will become a two high school district in the coming years and the uncertainty of his role in that process played a factor as Sedberry decided to step away from the game after 32 years to be the full time athletic director at the Alief Independent School District in July.