HASLETT – A year removed from leading the Haslett girls basketball team to its first state championship game in school history, head coach Bob Currier informed school officials Friday that he would be resigning from his position.
The seventh-year coach led the charge last year as the No. 8-ranked Vikings fell short in the Class B state title game to No. 6-ranked Detroit Country Day. He’s led Haslett to at least a share of the CAAC Red conference championship the past three seasons.
Currier, who has a dental practice, will be retiring at the end of the year and moving to Florida.
“I couldn’t have enjoyed the girls and Haslett more,” Currier said.
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