(WYMT) - Powell County basketball head coach Dave Fraley has retired following 34 years of coaching high school basketball.
Honored to have been able to work with Coach Fraley for a short amount of time. I hope you enjoy all retirement has to offer, especially the time you’ll get to spend with your family. Thanks for being a positive influence on our team and athletic program. You will be missed! pic.twitter.com/Xr77ldjxCU— Doug Brewer (@PoCoPrincipal43) January 8, 2019
Powell County Principal Doug Brewer said that Fraley is looking to spend more time with family.
Fraley was in his third year with the Powell County Pirates and finishes his career with 702 wins, ranking ninth in the KHSAA record book.
Fraley spent time coaching at Powell County, Pulaski County, and Knott Central. He led the Pulaski County Maroons to the 1986 state championship.
Blake Williams has been named the interim head coach for the Pirates.
PCHS is proud to announce Blake Williams has been named PCHS interim head boys basketball coach. Coach Williams has been an asset to our program this year and we're looking forward to the remainder of the year with Blake at the helm. Go Pirates!!!!— Doug Brewer (@PoCoPrincipal43) January 9, 2019