|FC basketball coach resigns|
|Written by George Browning|
|Wednesday, 13 March 2013 08:14|
The Louisville Courier-Journal reported last week that Floyd Central boys’ basketball coach Randy Gianfagna resigned last week.
In his seven years at the school, he compiled a 63-93 record. In his 16 years as a head coach he has a 191-174 record.
This year’s Floyd Central team compiled a 6-17 record, but they seemed to start playing better late in the season with wins over Charlestown and Jasper.
The Highlanders season ended with an 87-60 loss to Jeffersonville in the first round of Class 4A Sectional at Seymour.
Gianfagna told the CJ that he felt like it is time for a new voice for the program and he feels like the cupboard isn’t bare.
“While leaving now, I feel like we’re leaving the program in a good place,” Gianfagna said in the Courier’s story. “There’s some good, young kids coming up. Hopefully, whoever the new coach is, they will inherit some talent.”