Guillot resigns position |

Guillot resigns position

Phil Sandoval

GLENWOOD SPRINGS – After two successful years as head coach of the Glenwood Springs High School volleyball team Michelle Guillot has resigned.

The resignation was confirmed by Assistant Principal Sonya Hemman, who deferred further information to school Athletic Director Steve Cable.

Cable and Principal Mike Wells were out of town on Tuesday and were unavailable for comment.

According to freshman team coach Denise Greene, Guillot has left the area to return to her home state of Texas.

In her two seasons as the Demons coach, Guillot complied a 39-12 overall record and piloted Glenwood to its first-ever appearance to the Class 4A state tournament in 2001.

That season, Guillot’s first at the high school, Glenwood won the regular season Western Slope League championship, finished second in Regional tournament play and advanced to the state tournament.

At state, Glenwood lost to Montezuma-Cortez and Denver Mullen, then rallied for a 15-13, 9-15, 15-12 win against Brighton.

According to Greene, the volleyball coaching position has been posted on the Roaring Fork School district’s website. As of press time Tuesday, the job has yet to appear in the employment listings.

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