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Gregg Jensen steps down at Amherst

Veteran coach concludes career with 470-188 career record

2:37 AM, Apr. 8, 2013
Amherst coach Gregg Jensen congratulates his players after their victory over Reedsville in the WIAA Division 4 sectional final game last month.
Amherst coach Gregg Jensen congratulates his players after their victory over Reedsville in the WIAA Division 4 sectional final game last month.
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Gregg Jensen often talked to his players about how he wanted them to a boys basketball team people wanted to come out and watch.

Now the veteran Amherst boys basketball coach feels the time has come to watch some games without such an emotional connection in the outcome. Jensen has announced his decision to step down as the Falcons coach after 29 seasons at the helm.

He feels the time is right to hang up his coaching hat to spend more time with his family, and watch his daughter Geena, who is in 8th grade, throughout the remainder of her athletic and school activities. ...

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