Robb Myhre, who stepped down as Nooksack Valley's football coach on Tuesday after 27 years with the program, is shown here talking to his team following a preseason practice in late August. (Eric Trent/Lynden Tribune)

EVERSON —Robb Myhre, after 20 seasons as the head football coach at Nooksack Valley, announced his decision to resign in a post on the Nooksack Football Players Facebook page on Tuesday.

Myhre joined the staff as an assistant in 1993 after graduating from Western Washington University and playing two years for the Vikings' football team. He has been a P.E. teacher at Nooksack Valley Middle School since 1994 and took over the varsity head-coaching reins in 2000. 

The 1988 Nooksack Valley graduate led the Pioneers to a state semifinal appearance in 2009 with an 11-3 record.

He was selected as coach of the west team at the 2012 Earl Barden Classic East/West All-Star Game.

He finishes his head-coaching career at Nooksack with a 107-100 record, according to Whatcom Preps. The Pioneers went 3-7 overall and 0-6 in Northwest Conference play this season.