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Tomsich Steps Down

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/27/2013

After nine seasons as head coach of the Mansfield St.Peter's girls basketball team, Bill Tomsich has decided to step away from his position due to family reasons.  In nine years Tomsich compiled a record of 154-61 with six Division IV district championships, two regional titles with two final four appearances in March of 2005 and 2012.  In 2012, Tomsich was also named co-coach of the year in Division IV.  In addition to nine years as head coach, Tomsich also spent nine seasons as a varsity assistant to former coach Daryl Uhde.  Hit hard by injuries this season, the Spartan girls finished at 17-6, falling in the sectionals for just the second time since 2000, to South Central 61-52. 

   
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