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Jamestown High is officially in the market for a new head baseball coach after Mike Kuebler resigned from the position Friday.
Kuebler, who led Jamestown to a Bay Rivers District title last season, decided to step down after eight seasons to spend more time with his family.
“We would like to thank Mike Kuebler for his years of service, both as an assistant and head baseball coach at Jamestown High School,” said Jamestown Athletic Director Kenny Edwards. “He has worked diligently to build this baseball program into one that is well-respected within the Bay Rivers District.”
During his final season at Jamestown, Kuebler led the Eagles to a 16-4 record before being upset by Powhatan in the Conference 19 semifinals.
Despite the early postseason exit, Kuebler, who will remain a health and physical education teacher at Jamestown, was able to field a roster that included four Division I baseball commits.
“We also appreciate how his program has helped numerous student-athletes play at the collegiate level,” Edwards said.
Earlier in his career, Kuebler helped guide the Eagles to an appearance in the 2011 Virginia High School League state tournament, where they were defeated by Broad Run 5-2 in the semifinal round.
The Williamsburg-James City County Schools jobs website shows a listing for a new head baseball coach at Jamestown.