Archive - Oct 2011 - Sports Article
Bunker Hill pushed as hard as they could on the tennis court Wednesday, but Maiden refused to yield.
The Lady Blue Devils (17-2, 13-0) knocked off the Lady Bears (10-3, 14-4) for the second time this season, and in the process, clinched their third-straight conference title.
â€śIt really is quite an accomplishment,â€ť said Maiden coach Jon Huffman. â€śWhen I started here a couple of years ago, we had to start from scratch. It was tough. That first year was tough. The last three years, weâ€™ve been very fortunate.â€ť
Dennis Ly has stepped down as the head coach of Maiden High Schoolâ€™s boys and girls soccer teams.
Ly, a 1992 Maiden graduate, said he made the move because of â€śpersonal reasons.â€ť
â€śIt was in the best interest of the kids that I chose a different profession,â€ť Ly said in a phone conversation Thursday.
Butch Parker, Maiden's assistant athletic director, called the move a â€śpersonnel decision.â€ť Parker confirmed Ly is no longer employed by the school system.
Ly also served as Maiden's head JV boys basketball coach and as an in-school suspension coordinator.