None of those 3 schools pushed their head coaches "out"--Frank Brandy was HC at Anderson for 20 years and returned as Frosh/Asst coach last year after his son graduated; Mike Stevens did 2 successful stints as HC at Kings and is currently varsity assistant at Sycamore; Tim Partin was at Loveland until he retired in 2015. All 3 of those schools have had up and down years in the FAVC/ECC under current and previous coaches, but at those size schools it is difficult to maintain long runs of double digit wins in Division 1 with lower # of boys or even two small D-1 schools like Forest Hills has in Anderson and Turpin. Reis at Loveland 14,10,5,12,12 (4-ten win or more seasons); DeLotell at Anderson 4,11,14,10,10,2,8 (4-ten win or more seasons); Molz at Kings 10,3,7,5 (1 ten win season)--can't simply judge wins/losses as successful coaching in High School today--it's not the NBA or College--you coach who lives in your district for these schools especially!!Eh... I don't think that's entirely true about Kings for sure... maybe Loveland either.
Today in HS coaching the key thing is what Dr. Ralph Pim says regarding Sports Leadership:
"Near the end of a season, I don’t look at a team’s record as much as I look to see if they are competing, playing hard & playing together. I’m watching team attitude & toughness. Are they playing with enthusiasm or have they lost their zest & just playing out the season."
All 3 of those schools had the team playing hard and competitive through game #22--it's all you can ask IMO!!