For Immediate Release
Castle Rock, CO – January 4, 2021
Coach Todd Casebier Announces Departure from Castle View
Todd Casebier announced today that he will not be return for a 4th season at Castle View, citing the opportunity to return to the Western Slope where he and his wife are from. Casebier led Castle View to three straight winning seasons while in Castle Rock.
Casebier, known for turning programs around, did exactly that in his 3 seasons with Castle View. Casebier led the Sabercats to 20 wins since 2018, which is remarkable, considering the program had struggled since joining 5A in 2012. His tenure included a top-10 finish, multiple playoff appearances, the school's first ever 5A playoff victory and three Coach of the Year awards, including the 2018 "Mile High Sports Magazine Coach of the Year” for all High School sports in Colorado.
Prior to arriving at Castle View, Casebier had experienced great success on the Western Slope with Palisade, Fruita-Monument and Montrose. His career accomplishments include a state championship, 11 league titles, 14 coach-of the year awards, 20 playoff appearances and 194 wins.
While addressing parents and players on a Zoom meeting Monday evening, Casebier praised the players, staff and parent organization for “believing Castle View could become a top-tier program”. Casebier emphasized that the timing for his announcement and departure are important for the program in order for the players and the established coaching staff to swiftly transition and capitalize on established momentum.
While Castle View is sad to see Coach Casebier go, there is little question he has left an extremely positive mark on the program and the town. The entire community wish Coach Casebier and Patty the absolute best as they prepare for their move.