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Deadrick Steps Down as Proctor Boys Basketball Head Coach

Updated: May 06, 2020 10:46 PM

After spending one season as the Proctor boys basketball head coach, former Esko standout Kory Deadrick has stepped down from his position with the Rails.

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According to the Duluth News Tribune, Deadrick resigned on Monday after a disagreement with Proctor's administration. Deadrick sights cultural changes that he was trying to instill in his program weren't the best fit for Proctor at the time.

The former College of St. Scholastica Saint has decided to pursue other basketball opportunities. He led the Eskomos to a Class AA state title in 2014.

The Rails went 9-19 in his only season at the helm.

Proctor administration has not responded when reached by email for a comment.

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