Lakeville South football coach Tyler Krebs resigns, placed on leave as teacher pending investigation

Tyler Krebs has been placed on leave as a teacher pending an investigation.
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Details are limited at this point but Lakeville Area Schools has confirmed that Tyler Krebs has resigned as head football coach at Lakeville South High School. Krebs has also been placed on administrative leave as a teacher at the school pending an investigation. 

Here's the statement provided by Lakeville Area Schools: 

"Due to a complaint filed against Lakeville South High School teacher and head football coach Tyler Krebs, Mr. Krebs has been placed on administrative leave from his teaching position pending completion of an investigation. Mr. Krebs has resigned from his coaching position as of September 23, 2019. Due to the requirements of the Minnesota Data Practices Act, no further information or details can be shared at this time." 

Krebs, who teaches English language arts and business education, was hired as Lakeville South's head football coach in 2017. Previously, he was the head coach at Burnsville High School for six seasons and an assistant coach at Eastview High School. 

According to Hometown Source's Sun This Week, Krebs also works as an assistant coach for boys track and field at Lakeville South, in addition to working with the school's Olympic weightlifting program. 

The Star Tribune reports that Krebs didn't coach in Lakeville South's 14-7 win over Eastview last Friday. 

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