On May 20, Kokomo High School boys basketball coach Brian McCauley stepped down and was introduced as the new coach of the Noblesville Millers.
The following is a statement from the Kokomo School Corporation administration:
Boys Basketball was established at Kokomo High School in 1903, and KHS is proud of its traditions during more than 100 years ofhigh school basketball. Kokomo owns the state record with 74 Sectional boys basketball titles, and a state title in 1961. Twenty-three coaches have been at the helm of the KHS Wildkats while compiling a 1677-931 record.
Brian McCauley served as the Kokomo High School boys basketball –coach for the past 8 seasons while his teams compiled a 130-58 record. The KHS 1996 graduate added to that record sectional total by winning 5 Sectional crowns, including the past 4 seasons in a row. Coach McCauley guided the Wildkats to Class 4A State runner-up honors in 2011.
KHS Athletic Director Jason Snyder wanted to wish Coach McCauley the “best of luck” at his new position.
“Brian dedicated many hours these past 8 years to maintain the storied tradition of Kokomo High School basketball,” Mr. Snyder said. “Brian has worked hard to improve our feeder system through the Future Wildkat League. Coach McCauley will be missed.”
Kokomo School Corporation officials will begin immediately searching for a Boys Basketball Coach at Kokomo High School. Interested applicants can visit KokomoSchools.com.