Centennial boys basketball job opens back up after departure


Centennial boys basketball job opens back up after departure

The Centennial boys basketball head coaching position has reopened to a new hire.

Previously-hired coach Miquel Coleman of Seneca (Ky.) has withdrawn from the role, leaving the Cougars searching once more for Pete Froedden’s replacement.

“We learned last night that Coach Coleman has resigned his position as Head Basketball Coach at Centennial,” WillCo athletic director Dr. Jeremy Qualls said of the news.

“We are disappointed with the timing, but understand the circumstances surrounding his decision.  We have reopened the position and plan to have someone in place as soon as possible.”

Centennial parted ways with Froedden, District 11-AAA’s Coach of the Year, in March.

The job is now the fourth basketball coaching vacancy in the county.

Nolensville’s boys job is now open after the departure of Wes Lambert, and both Summit positions are available after Josh and Kari Goodwin left the school earlier this week.

Qualls says the new hires will be announced as soon as they’re made.

Photo by Deb Scally. 

About The Author

Related posts

Leave a Reply