(Farmington, Mo.) There have been a few more changes to the coaching staffs of several MAAA athletic programs.
On Friday, Zac McVey took to Twitter to announce that he is stepping away as the head coach of the North County girls basketball team.
He spent five years at the helm of the Lady Raiders program and led them to a 19-8 record this past season. McVey finishes his tenure at North County with a career record of 95-43.
Also on Friday, it was announced that Ed Haar will be leaving Potosi High School where he served as the head football and track and field coach. He will be taking over as the head football coach at Sullivan High School where he will look to lead the Eagles to their first winning season since 2013.
Haar guided the Trojans football team to their first winning season since 2014 with a 6-5 record this past season. He ended his three years as head coach at Potosi with a record of 14-18.