Jeremy Landram (far right) coached River Ridge boys for six seasons, stepping down in 2012. He was recently named head girls basketball coach at Class 2B Napavine. (Tony Overman/Staff Photographer)
TONY OVERMAN — Staff photographer
Jeremy Landram is back on the coaching circuit.
Landram, who coached boys basketball at River Ridge for six seasons, becoming the program's most successful coach, has been hired as Napavine's girls basketball coach. The Tigers placed fourth at the Class 2B state tournament in Spokane last March.
Landram, an area businessman and former Saint Martin's guard, led River Ridge to a 106-46 record in six seasons before resigning last summer. he didn't coach during the 2012-'13 season. Under Landram's watch, the Hawks won or shared five league titles, made five state tournament appearances and won four consecutive District IV titles.
-- Meg Wochnick
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