There is yet another coaching vacancy in the Lancaster-Lebanon League women’s basketball circles, making it four current vacancies as the end of the school year is fast approaching.
Penn Manor officials have confirmed that longtime coach Megan Collins has stepped down after guiding the Comets to one of their most memorable seasons last winter.
Penn Manor went 17-11 on aggregate and 12-1 in the league and won their first sectional championship in 47 years, on their way to the LL League semi-finals before the Comets retired in game seven District Three Class 6A spot against Red Lion. , missing the state playoffs by one game. It was the deepest post-season journey in program history.
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Collins guided Penn Manor to a 65-94 record in seven seasons on the Comets bench in Millersville. She is a graduate of Penn Manor and a former Comets player.
Collins’ departure leaves four coaching vacancies in the league: Penn Manor, Elizabethtown, Garden Spot and Lampeter-Strasburg.
Earlier this offseason, Elco signed Karl Keath to succeed Ashli Shay in the Raiders program. E-town is to replace John Myers, Garden Spot is to replace Kevin Gensemer and LS is to replace Tony Fink.
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