by Matt Smith
Andrew Pidgeon resigned Wednesday as head coach at Penncrest.
In two seasons, Pidgeon guided the Lions to a 4-17 record. This season, the Lions owned the worst record in Delaware County at 1-9.
“I have a lot of appreciation for the players and the administration. They were phenomenal and really supportive” Pidgeon told the Daily Times. “The players were tough kids. They battled adversity and always left the field with their heads held high. That is something I appreciate from them. While we weren’t great on the field, in terms of the wins and losses, we had incredible relationships built. That is something the stats don’t show.
“I’m thankful for my time there.”