Naples High football coach Bill Kramer resigns after 22 years

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Coach Bill Kramer has built the Naples football program into one of the best in the state, but he faces a challenge to reload this season after losing all but five full-time starters to graduation.

Naples High School football coach Bill Kramer announced he’s resigning after 22 seasons with the team.

He said on Twitter:

“I met with our coaches and players today to tell them that I am resigning as head football coach at Naples High. The program is in the best shape it has ever been, and after lots of thought and prayer I am certain it is time to hand off to one of the great coaches on our staff.”

“I have nothing but love and gratitude for my wife and girls who have always been all in. To all of our players and coaches who for 22 years have chosen to love each other and be family, I am truly grateful for you and the brotherhood we will always have. #OnlyTwoKindsOfPeople!”

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