After two seasons leading the Wolverines, Troy Hoff has announced he will step down as the Head Football Coach at Woodstock High School.
On his Twitter account, Coach Hoff said "I have resigned my position of head football coach at Woodstock High School. This is a personal decision based on what is best for my family and me. This was a difficult decision and one that was not taken lightly as I fully understand the impact that a coaching change has on everyone associated with the program.
I've been blessed to work with great men on our coaching staff. Their time, work, and dedication to our players on & off the field is greatly appreciated. Thank you to you & your families...."
Coach Hoff came to Woodstock in 2021 with a 51-17-1 record at Eastside (Covington) with a region title before taking over the Woodstock program. Since then, The Wolverines have been winless over the past two seasons. Woodstock now has had five consecutive losing seasons; marking the longest streak in the schools history.
The Wolverines seemed to struggle more in 2022 than in 2021, where the closest game Woodstock had this past season was a 21 point loss to Etowah (42-21) in the annual Battle of Towne Lake.
Woodstock High School will be joining a list of over 40 schools who will be looking for a new head coach going into 2023.