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Hibbs Resigns at Good Counsel

Will be interesting to see how this reverberates around the area. Good Counsel basketball coach Mike Hibbs has resigned to take a similar position at a Pennsylvania public school. The general consensus among local coaches is that Good Counsel puts a significant emphasis on building winning sports teams. While Hibbs was successful at Good Counsel, he had yet to get over the hump and compete with DeMatha and Gonzaga on an annual basis. Expect to see a new coach with some talented players.

By Josh Barr  | April 29, 2009; 10:21 AM ET
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Does GC really put a significant emphasis on athletics? Rumor over in Olney is that there are serious economic difficulties facing the school due not to the economy but rather due to the campus moving.

Were you aware of this?

Posted by: FingerMe | April 29, 2009 7:12 PM | Report abuse

LOL! They won 21 games last year and were consistently ranked the past two seasons at various points! They have gotten better each year he was there and also beat DeMatha in two of the past three years!!!

Posted by: Tailspin | April 29, 2009 7:21 PM | Report abuse

As a GC alum, it makes me happy to him gone. Under Joe McCall we had a Powerhouse team. Now, not so much. I hope Art makes a good decision on the new hire here......

Posted by: keino83 | April 30, 2009 8:53 AM | Report abuse

Hibbers was the man back in the day when he taught at Dematha. Freshman year 1991 he let us leave a guy asleep in study hall for the next period and dude woke up, realized what happended and ran out of the room.

Hilarious-the days of Schmitty and the rat hole.

Posted by: settleten | April 30, 2009 11:39 PM | Report abuse

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