Coach Randy Storlie of Blair-Taylor High School has been named
the President of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association. This
will be a three-year term in which he will represent all the basketball
coaches in the state.
He is currently the Head Boys’ Basketball coach and Athletic
Director and for the past 15 years he has been the Division 5 Boys’
basketball representative on the WBCA’s Executive Board.
Storlie is currently the fourth winningest coach in Wisconsin boys’
history and with 25 more victories he will move into second place and
chase legendary Jerry Petitgoue of Cuba City for the lead. Storlie also is
currently the leader in years served as a head coach in the state as he
will start his 42 nd year this next season for active coaches. He has
compiled 16 conference titles, 17 regional titles and 9 trips to state. He
was also inducted into the WBCA’s Hall of Fame in 2017.
“This is a great honor to represent so many wonderful coaches in
our state for both the boys and girls. I will do my best in this leadership
role, as basketball is such a great game! There are some things that we
need to tackle in the near future to keep basketball a wonderful
experience for all communities,” stated Coach Storlie.

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