John Paul II filled its vacant boys’ basketball coaching position earlier this week, but the Golden Warriors are still looking for two varsity head coaches.
Volleyball coach Kelsey Fink informed her players Monday that she is leaving the school after two seasons for a job in the Midwest. Fink led the Golden Warriors to a 15-12-1 record and a third-place region finish this season, as JPII made its first playoff appearance.
Aaron Mau is leaving his post as middle school volleyball coach and varsity softball coach to take a teaching and coaching job at another school, JPII athletics director Matt Dakolios said. Mau also spent two years at JPII.
Dakolios will be interviewing candidates for both positions in the next two weeks, and the school also has teaching positions available in science and Spanish.
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