Information from WYSH Radio
Clinton High School girls’ basketball coach Tonya Lively-Snyder has resigned after 15 years on the bench.
The Lady Dragons are coming off a 4-20 season that saw them bow out of the first round of the District 3-AAA tournament. Since the 2001-02 season—the last for which reliable records are available—Clinton’s girls went 134-221.
Lively-Snyder’s best season at Clinton was the 2008-09 campaign, when her team led by future NAIA standouts Cody Houck and Amber Taylor went 22-9 and advanced to the regional tournament.
The coaching vacancy has been posted on the school system’s website, and CHS athletic director Dan Jenkins said the school has already received several “fantastic” applicants. Jenkins also said the school is grateful for what Lively-Snyder has done for the school during the past 15 years.
Lively-Snyder will remain at CHS as a U.S. History teacher.