Radford head coach Retires

Radford High School for the first time in 31 years is in need of a boy’s head basketball coach! Rick Cormany has announced he’s retiring from coaching. He had an overall record of 773 wins and 249 losses. He was head coach for 40 years. Five years at what was then Rocky Gap High School from 1983- 87. He then was head coach at Grayson Co. for five years, from 1989 to 1993. In 1994 he became the Bobcats’ head coach. He helped lead them to six state championships in 13 years, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2016, 2017, and 2019. His record at Radford was 609- 177 and also led the Bobcats to five state runner-up finishes. Radford won 22 district regular-season titles in the last 23 years. Radford also won 16 of the last 17 district tournament championships. He led Radford to 12 Region C titles and Radford went 30-0 in their 2019 season.  Coach Cormany was inducted into the Radford Hall of Fame in 2021. His 773 wins place him second in all-time wins in VHSL history, behind only Paul Hatcher who coached R E Lee High School in Staunton.

Coach Cormany said, ” It’s time to let someone else roam the sideline and  Radford is in a good place.

Assistant coaches Tommy Hilton and Bill Nichols also will not return this winter

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