Landram resigns as coach

boys basketball: After six seasons, five EvCo titles, he leaves River Ridge

mwochnick@theolympian.comAugust 19, 2012 

After six seasons as head coach of the River Ridge boys basketball team, Jeremy Landram has resigned.

River Ridge was Landram’s first head coaching job. He went 106-46 in six seasons, guiding the Hawks to five state appearances and five 2A Evergreen Conference titles. This past season, River Ridge went 17-7 overall and was co-champion of the EvCo with North Thurston.

Prior to Landram’s arrival in 2006, the boys basketball program’s only state appearance came in 2001. Under Landram, the Hawks earned two third-place finishes at the 2A state tournament – in 2007 and ’09.

Landram, a former guard at Saint Martin’s University, becomes the fifth boys basketball coach in the area to step down this offseason, joining Jamie Berg (Black Hills), Mike Tafoya (Timberline), Mark Jensen (Shelton), and Josh Frunz (Rainier).

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