Lubbock-Cooper names new basketball coach after Coach Riley reti

Lubbock-Cooper names new basketball coach after Coach Riley retires

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Riley (left) retires and Harris (right) is named new coach Riley (left) retires and Harris (right) is named new coach
LUBBOCK, Texas -

(Press Release)

Lubbock-Cooper High School Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach Wayne Riley has announced his retirement effective at the end of the 2017-18 school year. Riley has coached basketball and taught for 28 years. The Pirate Basketball team has qualified for playoffs in each of the team’s two years under Riley.

Gabe Harris has been named the Pirate Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach. Harris has served 12 years as the Lubbock-Cooper Varsity Boys Basketball Assistant Coach and is considered an integral part of the program’s success.

Lubbock-Cooper ISD congratulates both of these dedicated individuals.

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