Esko Native, Former CSS Player Kory Deadrick Named Proctor Boy's Basketball Coach

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Updated: May 28, 2019 10:45 PM

Proctor, Minn. - A former St. Scholastica hoops player has a head coaching gig.

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Kory Deadrick has been hired to lead the Proctor boy's team. Deadrick confirmed that the Proctor School Board approved his hire on Tuesday night. He was an assistant with his prep alma mater, Esko High School, last season.

Deadrick is Esko's all-time scoring leader and helped them win state in 2014. He replaces Todd Clark as Head Coach of the Rails.

Besides St. Scholastica, Deadrick also played college basketball at St. Thomas.


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