Posted: Saturday, 16 February 2013 12:34AM

Marionville's Ted Young wins girls basketball coaching poll



SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- In just his second season of coaching the Marionville girls veteran coach Ted Young edged Kris Flood in the O-Zone poll question asking, "What coach would you take to win one game".  After a slow start to the 2011-12 season, Young guided the very young Lady Comets to a class 2 state third place finish.  This season with a roster thick with sophomores and juniors Marionville is 18-7 in the highly competitive Mid-Lakes Conference.

Poll Answer Statistics

Kevin Cheek, Skyline 359 Votes (10%)
Kris Flood, Republic 806 Votes (22%)
Rory Henry, Walnut Grove 97 Votes (3%)
Shelly Jones, Marshfield 51 Votes (1%)
Yancey Little, Ozark 518 Votes (14%)
Darin Meinders, Chadwick 535 Votes (15%)
Jim Middleton, Nixa 94 Votes (3%)
Brad Shorter, Webb City 87 Votes (2%)
Jeff Williams, Eminence 195 Votes (5%)
Ted Young, Marionville 859 Votes (24%)
  Total Votes: 3601

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