HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL: Hensley to coach Maiden for second time

He replaces Frank Snider, who has retired




MAIDEN — Maiden High announced Wednesday the return of Stephen Hensley as its varsity girls’ basketball head coach.


A press release from the athletic department:

Maiden High School Principal Brian Hefner and Athletic Director Caine Houser are excited to announce the hiring of Stephen Hensley as the new Head Basketball Coach at Maiden High School.

Coach Hensley has served as a teacher/coach for 25 years.  This is his second time serving as the head coach of the Maiden girls’ basketball team.

Hensley coached the Blue Devils from 2004-2007 and the team made the playoffs two times including a victory over Shelby in the 2007 playoffs.

Previous to that, Hensley served as an assistant to Frank Snider during the 2003 Southern Foothills tournament championship and a 2004 Southern Foothills conference championship.

Most recently, he has led the Blue Devils JV men’s teams for the last three seasons.

Hensley also serves as the head coach of the Maiden men’s and women’s track team as well as co-offensive coordinator for the Blue Devils football team.

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