Jeremy Josey is making a move for his career and family.
Josey, the Sulphur Springs head boys basketball coach the last two years, has accepted the same position at 6A McKinney Boyd High School.
“This is a good career move and a good move for my family,” Josey said. “We have been living in Greenville with my wife working in McKinney and I was coaching here. It was tough on us both commuting, now we can be in the same place.”
The Wildcats under Josey went 17-13 and made the playoffs in just his second year at the helm last season. Josey was named Co-Coach of the Year in district for the dramatic turnout the Wildcats had in 14-4A competition.
“I am very thankful to Coach (Greg) Owens for giving me the opportunity to coach here,” Josey said. “I am also grateful to the players, assistant coaches, fans, students and parents. I think the program is heading in the right direction.”
“The job at McKinney Boyd is something I found about and it just happened,” Josey said. “They have had some success in the past. But they need to get headed back in the right direction.”
Josey said, “I enjoyed my time here and the many relationships we made. Making the playoffs last year was a definite highlight. I appreciate all the hard work everyone did. This is just the right move for me, professionally and for my family. Coaching at McKinney Boyd is a tremendous opportunity.”
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