Decorah Head Boys Soccer coach David Keller has resigned after four years of leading the program and one as an assistant. 
Under Keller’s guidance, the Vikings had an overall record of 37-22 and made the sub-state finals three times, including an undefeated regular season in 2010. Keller was an assistant when the Vikings finished third at the state tournament in 2009. 
 Keller said, “My time as Decorah High School head soccer coach has come to a close after five years of success and fantastic memories. To all the players I have had the opportunity and good fortune to work with throughout this time: Thank You. You have all left me with memories that will last a lifetime, and through our time together, I have learned more than I ever could have imagined. The returning crop of talent that Decorah will have in the upcoming year, as well as the years to come, is outstanding. I cannot wait to see the heights that these guys will reach, and I will be the biggest DHS Soccer fan in the Denver, Colo. area for sure. Finally, thank you to all the parents, DHS teachers, faculty, staff and the community members of Decorah that have whole-heartedly supported this program throughout my tenure. This is truly a special community because of people like you all.” 
Activities Director Adam Riley also stated, “On behalf of the Decorah School District, I would like to thank Coach Keller for his dedication to the students of Decorah High School during the past five years. We are truly loosing a great educator whose contributions to our young people both in soccer and life have been immesurable. We wish him the best of luck in his new endeavor.”