Two NBL schools have announced their new hirings for head coaching positions.
Montgomery has announced the hiring of Steve Arrow. Arrow spent many years coaching all three teams at Montgomery, including time as both the JV and Freshman head coaches, while also assisting with varsity teams. Arrow takes over for Zac Tiedeman, who spent 5 years at the helm of the Vikings.
Windsor has gone outside the area for their next head coach, Paul Holland. He was born in England and came to the United States in 2009. He played college basketball at Southern Maine Community College in South Portland, ME and Colby Sawyer College in New London, NH. His coaching stops include a graduate assistant role at Bowling Green State, and James Madison University. He got into the high school game in Tempe, Arizona serving as the head JV coach at Tempe High School in the 2018-2019 season, and then serving as varsity assistant this past season.
“I have a great passion for helping young players to achieve their potential and learn life skills through basketball. I am highly motivated and incredibly committed to impacting their lives in a positive way. I am very excited about the opportunity at Windsor High School. I believe it to be a great community and one that offers an overwhelming support system.” said Holland.
Windsor was recently moved to the NBL-Redwood to compete against Ukiah, Elsie Allen, Rancho Cotate, St Vincent de Paul, and El Molino.
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