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Bradley Knox new Darlington boys' basketball coach

Bradley Knox new Darlington boys' basketball coach

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Darlington girls’ basketball coach, Bradley Knox, coached the Falcons to a lower-state final despite not playing their first game until February.

DARLINGTON, S.C. -- Darlington High's Bradley Knox, the reigning Morning News Girls' Basketball Coach of the Year, will now see if he can achieve the same success with Falcon boys.

He was announced Monday as the person who will replace Anthony Heilbronn, who will be North Myrtle Beach's athletic director next school year.

During the 2020-21 campaign, Knox's squad did not get to play its first game until February and still reached the region tournament and Class 4A, lower-state final.

"Coach Knox has done and excellent job leading our Lady Falcons program for the past five years," Darlington principal Cortney Gehrke said. "He stepped in to assist with cross-country and lead our boys' tennis team this year as well. He is dedicated to seeing the young men and women of Darlington be successful both in the classroom and in athletics. We know he is going to do a great job as our new head coach for the boys' basketball program."



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A nine-time APSE national award winner, Scott authored, "70 Years of Thrills and Chills, Drama and Dents at Darlington Raceway." Scott has received several SCPA awards, 8 for 1st place since moving to SC in 2010 from his home state of Georgia.

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