The announcement came out late Wednesday that fifteen games into his eighth season leading the Angola Hornets boys basketball program, Ed Bentley is no longer in charge of the high school’s basketball program.
The change comes midway through a season that has the Hornets standing at 10-5 overall, and after back-to-back wins this past Friday and Saturday against Hamilton and Fairfield.
Including this season, Bentley posted a 120-67 record with the Hornets. In Bentley’s first three seasons the Hornets went 9-12, 8-13, and 12-11. The Hornets turned things around in Bentley’s fourth year, going 25-3 and winning a sectional title which started a streak where Angola has won a sectional title three of the last four seasons, including last year when the Hornets went 20-6.
In a statement released by the school, Angola High School officials say that they are thankful for the hard work Bentley put in and for the hard work he put in throughout the entire basketball program.
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