Wyoming’s High School Football Coach Of The Year Is Also The Local Police Chief
The football players at Kaycee High School know better than to get in trouble. After all, their own coach could throw them in jail.
Kemmers has been on the Kaycee coaching staff since the football program was reintroduced in 2009.
In 2012, he launched a new career, joining the Casper Police Department. Kemmers continued to coach football while commuting over an hour to work every day until he was approached to take over as Kaycee's Chief of Police.
Since being named head football coach in 2015, Kemmers and the Buckaroos have gone 21-1, winning back-to-back Class 1 A Six Man titles.
If Kemmers' cops are as good as his football team is, the fine folks of Kaycee, Wyoming, are in safe hands.