OLD TOWN – After seven seasons, Old Town baseball is on the hunt for a new head coach next year after Brad Goody announced his resignation on Friday.
Goody went public with his resignation as head coach of the Coyotes baseball team Friday with a post on the team’s Facebook page, surprising some close to the program. His formal letter of resignation was submitted directly to RSU 34 superintendent David Walker.
In his 7 seasons as head coach with Old Town, Goody’s teams logged a 93-37 record according to his Facebook post. The Coyotes won a Class B state championship in 2016, and back to back Class B North titles in 2016 and 2017.
Goody and his company Husky Management are under contract for grounds maintenance with Old Town high school for the next three years. He said the memories with his players will be what he takes from his time with the coyotes. “I’m just getting done I’d guess…I’d actually rather talk about the great support I’ve had over the years and the great feeder program we have,” said Goody.
In a statement, Old Town athletic director Jeremy Bousquests said the following: “Old Town High School is sad to see Brad Goody resign as baseball coach. Old Town is thankful for his 7 years of service and success our team [experienced] and the players he developed.” Bousqets also said Friday the team plans to open up the coaching search directly, and has no plans to appoint an interim head coach.
We’ll keep you updated as the coaching search develops..