Junction Football Coach Marsh To Step Down

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GRAND JUNCTION - After six years as the head coach of the Grand Junction High Scholl football team, Shawn Marsh will step down as the programs top man.

A press release from district 51 states that Marsh will be resigning to spend more time on family obligations and to explore new opportunities.

Marsh led the Tigers to a second place finish in state in 2005, falling short in the championship game to Thunderridge.

For the latest on Marsh's resignation, tune into NBC 11 News tonight at 5:30 and 10.