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High school basketball: East boys coach Misenheimer resigns

From staff reports

Kurt Misenheimer told the Post late Wednesday night that he’s resigned as East Rowan’s head boys basketball coach.

Misenheimer cited personal reasons.

A standout player at East, he was in his fifth season as head coach.

Jayvee coach Eric Mulkey took the reins of the Mustangs for Wednesday’s game at Cox Mill.

A story is upcoming.

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East Rowan lost Tuesday at home to North Stanly, 61-54.

Cameron Padgett led East with 14 points. David Jordan scored 12, Jake Hunter had 10, and Landon Shuping had nine.

Koby Poole scored 25 for the Comets (3-2).

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East Rowan lost at Cox Mill on Wednesday, 80-42, to fall to 1-7.

Hunter led East with nine points. Shuping, Jordan and Sammy Pinckney scored six each.

Jaquava Propst-Allison led the Chargers (8-1) with 19 points.

 

 

 

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