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Durham Steps Down At St.Peter's

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  Original Published: 3/31/2014Mansfield St.Peter's is looking for a new boys varsity basketball coach. Veteran coach Pat Durham has stepped away from his position as head coach telling the school he was retiring. Athletic director at St.Peter's Tim Failor said Durham brought stability back to the program which had seen three head coaches in three years prior to his arrival. Beginning with the 2010-'11 season, he coached the Spartans to a record of 40-51, going 16-8 in 2012-'13 and 13-11 this season. In 25 years as a head coach at South Central, Clear Fork and St.Peter's he compiled a record of 346-204. He also coach the 1995 South Central baseball team to a Division IV state runner-up finish.
   
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