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GBK: Malchow Resigns As Head Coach

March 19, 2014, 10:36 PM by Travis Fossing

GBK: Malchow Resigns As Head Coach

After nine seasons on the job, and only days after winning the State "AA" girls basketball championship, Washington's Nate Malchow has resigned as head coach.

Malchow is quitting coaching and teaching to become Washington High School Athletic Director, replacing the retiring Kevin Kennedy.  Malchow was extended the offer on Tuesday, and the official hire is pending board approval, which is expected Monday.  If the board votes yes, Malchow will take over as AD on July 1, 2014.

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