Clubb Resigns as BGHS Basketball Coach

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - Coach Derrick Clubb has submitted his resignation as head coach of the
Bowling Green High School boys basketball team. He will remain at BGHS as a teacher.

In conversation with Principal Kyle McGraw, Coach Clubb said, “This is
a dad decision. I have two small kids and they are starting to get
involved in things. I can’t get these times back.” Clubb also shared
that he intends to finish his Rank 1 education certification during
this time.

Coach Clubb will be communicating his decision to the Purples
Basketball Team, however, the team continues to observe KHSAA dead
period and will not meet together.

Principal Kyle McGraw says, “I’d like to thank Coach Clubb for his
dedication to Bowling Green High School basketball as the head coach
for the past three seasons and for years prior to that as an
assistant. In the coming weeks, we will work diligently to find the
next leader of the program.”

The BGHS Head Basketball Coach job opening will be posted to the
district website soon.

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