MASON CITY, Iowa - After leading the Mason City Mohawks football team from the sidelines over the past four seasons, Matt Berkley has decided to call it quits.
Berkley announces his resignation after an 0-9 season, saying it is for health reasons.
"I want to focus on my health and will not have the time and energy it takes to run a big program like Mason City," Berkley told KIMT.
The Mohawks went 6-30 during Berkley's tenure.
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