WHO’S NEXT: Some of the immediate names that come to mind that Diamond Bar may pursue include South Hills’ Steve Bogan (not currently coaching), Monrovia’s Ryan Maddox (recently resigned), La Puente’s Scott Morrison, Rosemead’s Matt Koffler (not currently coaching) and Etiwanda’s Brandon Rohrer, to name a few. Diamond Bar is a great place to teach and coach football and the job will come with a teaching position, which should peak the interest of high-profile high school coaches.
PRESS RELEASE: Diamond Bar school officials issued a press release announcing the resignation of Diamond Bar football coach Ryan Maine. The release stated, “Ryan and his wife Lindsay are pursuing opportunities for their family that may include relocation.” Maine will remain a teacher at Diamond Bar, at least for now.
“We truly appreciate all that Coach Maine has done for the program over his entire history at DBHS. We fully support him and his wife in their future endeavors and wish them the best of luck,” said Principal Catherine Real.
“We will be conducting a comprehensive search for a new Head Football Coach to ensure that our student athletes will be successful for years to come.”
Maine resigns after three years as the head coach.
“We appreciate the efforts that Coach Maine and his entire staff have made over the last three years,” Diamond Bar athletic director Kurt Davies wrote in a statement. We are in a much better place because of this. Principal Real and I have already begun the search for a new Head Coach and are excited to see where that search will take us. Coach Maine will still be around for the immediate future and will assist in making the transition as smooth as possible. I can’t thank Ryan and Lindsay enough for the extreme sacrifice they have made over the last three years to bring Brahma football back where it belongs.”