High School Sports


Billings Senior seeks volleyball coach with resignation of Sue Dvorak

Posted at 9:53 PM, Mar 04, 2019
Billings Senior volleyball coach Sue Dvorak announced her resignation on Monday after two seasons in charge. (MTN Sports photo)

BILLINGS — The tradition-rich Billings Senior volleyball program is searching for a new head coach after Sue Dvorak’s resignation was announced on Monday.

School District 2 Director of Athletics and Activities Mark Wahl issued an email that stated in part, “Sue is retiring from coaching and hopes to spend more time traveling with her family during the upcoming months. We truly appreciate all Sue has done during her two years at Senior High.”

Wahl added that the position will open to applications within the next few weeks.

Dvorak was hired in February 2017 to replace Hall of Fame coach Jeff Carroll, who guided the Broncs to 12 State AA titles in 31 seasons.

Dvorak’s Broncs earned a second-place State AA finish with a 32-2 record in her opening season. Last November they again reached the state tournament but went two-and-out closing with a 25-9 mark.