Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Country Day searching for new boys basketball coach

Charlotte Country Day athletics director Amos Branson said Monday morning that boys basketball coach Alfonzo Duncan will not return next season.

Duncan will remain at Country Day as a member of the school's athletic administrative staff, Branson said.

Country Day is already taking applicants for the open position and hopes to fill it as soon as possible.

Branson said Duncan coached the Bucs for five seasons.


Anonymous said...

Aren't there some pretty top notch assistant coaches at other private schools in the area that are "ready now" for a head coaching position?

Anonymous said...

Benny Moss, lately of UNCW, and even later of UNCC, is available. 10 bucks says he'd come home for this gig.

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Anonymous said...

Muggsy Bogues!!!!! That would be a steal, better call David Falk to get him. He does love teaching basketball and has a passion for improving players. Amos Brinson would be the AD of the Year if he got him. And I know parents would stay out the coaching and training then with a competent motivator and basketball coach in place, plus the younger players at Country Day in grades 3-8 would get more committed. Charlotte Christian probably nervous about this rumor.

Anonymous said...

If they hire Muggsy they will become great fast. Look what Muggsy did with Ian Miller in two years: made him the best in the state. Imagine him working with kids in midddle school through 12th

athletes would flock there and Country Day never known for hoops would be the citys best program within three years