Washburn Rural’s Muff resigns as boys basketball coach
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Kevin Muff has resigned as Washburn Rural’s head boys basketball coach.
Muff led the Junior Blues to a 74-36 overall record (37-10 at home) in his five seasons, including two Centennial League titles and a 6A State runner-up finish in 2019.
“It was a difficult decision,” Muff said. “I love the kids here and their work ethic. I believe it was time for a fresh face and new perspective after a disappointing season last year.”
Muff arrived at WRHS in 2017 after spending seven seasons as the Pittsburg State head men’s basketball coach. The 2015 MIAA Co-Coach of the year previously played basketball at K-State.
Athletics and Activities Director Penny Lane says the school will begin a search for a new coach immediately.
“I believe we (my staff and I) have built a solid foundation for a positive future,” Muff said.
Muff will continue teaching at Rural.
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