WEST MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — The West Monroe High School football coach has been permanently relieved of his coaching duties just a few days after being placed on administrative leave.

On Sept. 11, officials of West Monroe High School announced that its Head Football Coach, Todd Garvin, has been relieved of his coaching duties. The school also confirmed that Kevin Davis has been named the football program’s Interim Head Coach for the remainder of the 2023 season.

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, West Monroe High School announced that Garvin was placed on administrative leave nearly a month after three players from the program were taken to a hospital due to heat exhaustion.

The Ouachita Citizen reported that two of the players received fluids for dehydration at the hospital and another was transported to a medical center in Shreveport, La. after his symptoms continued during the night.

As a response to the incident, Garvin reportedly reached out to other local coaches to discuss how to combat the extreme temperatures. Garvin was named the Head Football Coach for the school on May 2, 2023.