Canterbury hires Alli Fogle to coach girls basketball



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Thu. August 19, 2010 | Bob Putnam | Email

Canterbury ended its search for a girls basketball coach by hiring a former Seminole  star Alli Fogle to lead the program.

Fogle was a first-team all-conference and all-county selection her final two seasons with the Warhawks (2003-05). In her senior season, she averaged 20 points per game and led the team in 3-pointers.

She went to play basketball at Southern Illinois before transferring to Florida Southern, where she graduated in 2009. Since then, Fogle has coached various teams at the junior varsity and recreational level in the area.

"Coaching was something I always wanted to get into," Fogle said. "I applied at a few jobs in the county. I really like the administration and staff at Canterbury. And being a small school, I know I'll have great parent support."

Fogle takes over a Canterbury program that has made the playoffs twice in the school's history.

"Allison brings to Canterbury a high level of energy and a willingness to learn more about coaching at the high school level," Canterbury athletic director Dave Smith said. "We are extremely fortunate to be able to have someone with the extensive playing background that she brings to us."

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