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GREENSBORO -Dudley girls basketball coach Kris Britton is stepping down after six seasons to pursue a job in the college ranks.
Assistant coach Frank McNeil will take over.
“My season had ended at Dudley,” said Britton, who does not yet know her next move. “I feel real good about the accomplishments that we have made since I’ve been there. I felt like this would be a good time.”
Britton was the 2009 News & Record Coach of the Year after leading the Panthers to
the 3-A state title. Of the 19 players she has coached to graduation, 14 have
received full Division I basketball scholarships.
“It’s a new challenge for me,” she said, “and I’m really excited about a new challenge.”
Dudley girls basketball coach Kris Britton has stepped down and she will now focus on moving up to the college ranks.
Dudley girls assistant coach Frank McNeil will take over for Coach Britton and coach the Dudley varsity girls basketball team.
You can see the full details at www.news-record.com in Tom Keller’s high school section.
Good luck to Coach Britton in the future and let’s remember, she coached the Panther young ladies to Dudley’s first-ever girls basketball State Championship, when they defeated Forrestview and Shannon Smith, in last year’s(2009) 3-A title game, with Dudley’s Helen Terry being named the MVP.