Derrell Black is returning to the Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference.
Black has been named the following head boys basketball coach at Aiken Substantial Faculty, the school’s athletic department declared on Twitter Monday afternoon.
Black, a 2009 Hughes Large Faculty graduate, used eight seasons as an assistant coach with the Major Pink before he was named the head boys basketball mentor in June 2020 to swap Bryan Wyant, who had recognized the exact situation at Princeton.
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In a single period as the head coach, Black led Hughes to a 10-9 file and a fourth-spot complete in the CMAC-Red division. Black invested the 2021-2022 period as Wyant’s assistant at Princeton. The Vikings were being 17-8 and finished fourth in the Increased Miami Conference.
Black started his coaching job at Hughes at the junior-high amount with latest Purcell Marian girls basketball coach Jamar Mosley. Following just one yr, he joined the varsity program as an assistant though also serving as the head coach of the Massive Crimson freshman team for 4 seasons and the junior-varsity club for two. In 2017, he led Hughes to a freshman CMAC title.
“(I’m) energized to get begun and unlock all the untapped possible below at Aiken,” Black stated in a push launch.
Black replaces Greg Tye Jr., who went 9-13 in his a single yr as the Falcons head coach previous time. The prior 3 seasons beneath Ty Cass, Aiken went 42-30 general and won a district championship and a share of the CMAC title in 2019.
Aiken opens its season at home from Mount Healthier on Nov. 25.
This write-up at first appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Aiken names Derrell Black as upcoming head boys basketball mentor