Cumberland Valley High School head football coach Tim Rimpfel has announced his retirement.
In a statement released by the school district, Rimpfel said he decided to retire after 43 years of coaching and 24 years as head coach at Cumberland Valley so that he could enjoy his retirement with his wife and daughters.
"I am thankful for the support I have received from the Cumberland Valley School District community and all of my great assistant coaches throughout the years in order to develop a great football program" Rimpfel said in the statement. "Our athletes at CV have always been dedicated and disciplined, and have had a desire to succeed. I appreciate all of my former players and wish the program well in the future."
Rimpfel has been CV's head coach since 1989. He was also CV's assistant coach and head coach at neighboring Trinity and Bishop McDevitt.
Rimpfel in 1992, his fourth season as CV's head coach, led the Eagles to victory to a PIAA AAAA State Championship. He achieved District 3 championships nine times as CV's head coach and twice while at Bishop McDevitt.
He picked up his 300th career win this year and finished his career with an overall record of 307-100.