Crestline Basketball Players Won’t Play Next Season Unless Coaches Return
6 Crestline High School Students tell WMAN News, they won’t play basketball next season, unless their coaches remain on the bench. In a letter sent to WMAN, the players said “head coach Rob Lisle and assistant coach Zach Massa” are not being recommended to have their contracts renewed by school administration. The players don’t understand why the coaches are not wanted back and no one at the school had given them an answer why. Crestline finished the year at 11-12, the most wins at the school, in over 10 years.