Terry Wallace named York Tech hoops coach

Terry Wallace has been named the new boys’ basketball coach at York County Tech.
Wallace was confirmed as the new coach at a school board meeting on July 22. He replaces Chris Charleston, who recently resigned.
Wallace’s basketball resume features coaching stops at several different levels, including a six-year stint as girls’ varsity basketball coach at Eastern York from 1982-88. Wallace most recently spent the last six seasons as the coach of York County Tech’s ninth-grade boys’ hoops team, and led that squad to its first winning season in school history this past year.
Wallace also has served as head coach of York Tech’s softball program the last four years.
The Spartans basketball team finished 5-17 overall last season, 5-9 in YAIAA Division IV.

About John Clayton

Prep sports writer at the York Daily Record/Sunday News.
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One Response to Terry Wallace named York Tech hoops coach

  1. Terry Wallace says:

    Looking forward to the challenge. Hope to develop some fine young men 1st and basketball players later. Will need to evaluate participants to determine style of play, since everyone knows this school is not a haven for Athletics but for Skills in other areas. This is fine. Watch for some suprises this year. Hope you can enjoy Tech Basketball.

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