We might not be that far into summer yet, but already some boys basketball jobs are opening up.
There is one at Pontiac Notre Dame Prep, where head coach Brandon Jezdimir stepped down to spend more time with family, according to spy Scott B.
This week, Kosmo has learned from his spies that Clawson head coach Billy Shellenbarger and Ferndale head coach Tom Staton have stepped down from their posts.
Shellenbarger wants to focus more on getting an administration graduate degree, while Staton on Tuesday informed Ferndale Shaun Butler that he was stepping down so he can devote more time to his day job, which is the campus program manager for Crime Stoppers.
This was according to spy Keith D., who asked Kosmo to put this on his blog.
Staton did an incredible job at Ferndale, leading the Eagles to a league and district title last year.
Good luck to all those coaches and Kosmo is sure there will be worthy replacements ready to go in.
- It's too bad that Bishop Foley head coach Buster Sunde was ejected from Tuesday's quarterfinal game and will have to miss Friday's semifinal game against Saginaw Nouvel. Umpires really need to have thicker skin. Sunde doesn't seem like the kind of guy who would swear or curse at an umpire, and all it sounds like he was doing was motioning that a pitch was low. A really bad move by the umpire, in Kosmo's opinion.