Kline Retires from Coach, Leaves Canterbury

By Tommy Schoegler

May 23, 2012 Updated May 23, 2012 at 11:18 PM EDT

Fort Wayne (Indiana's NewsCenter)- Canterbury boys basketball coach, Dan Kline told his players at a meeting on Tuesday he has decided to retire.

Kline was 36-12 in his 2 seasons with the Cavs, leading them to their first ever sectional and regional titles and coming up just short in the 1A semistate this past season.

Kline says the people at Canterbury were great to him during his time there but this was a personal decision.




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