Kemp Carr, who built Penns Grove from a struggling program into a small-school power that produced one of the most dominating seasons in South Jersey football history, has resigned as Red Devils coach.
Carr said he also will no longer be involved with the Penns Grove boys' basketball and golf teams.
"I'm resigning from Penns Grove athletics," Carr said.
Carr was Penns Grove's football coach for 10 seasons. He led the Red Devils to a 74-34 record, including a 60-17 mark over the last seven seasons.
Carr, a Salem High School graduate, said he was unsure of his plans. He holds a supervisory certificate that would enable him to become an athletic director. He is a health and physical education teacher at Penns Grove.