Hall-of-Fame Coach Stepping Down from Winslow Girls Basketball Team

By Mahoney, Larry | Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), February 22, 2019 | Go to article overview

Hall-of-Fame Coach Stepping Down from Winslow Girls Basketball Team


Mahoney, Larry, Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME)


Hall-of-Fame coach Brenda Beckwith won't return to coach the Winslow High School girls basketball team next season.

Beckwith took over the program this season after Lindsey Withee resigned because of a work promotion that required more travel and more of a time commitment.

Withee guided the Black Raiders to the Class B state championship a year ago.

Beckwith led the Black Raiders to a 13-7 season and a berth in the Class B North semifinals where they were beaten by Mount Desert Island 57-51 in overtime on Wednesday night.

She had the opportunity to coach her daughter, Maddie, a reserve senior guard.

"My daughter is done, and I want to follow her in field hockey at Simmons (University in Boston)," Beckwith, who was inducted into the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame last August, said.

Despite her team's heartbreaking loss to MDI, she said she will be full of fond memories of the season.

"I loved it. I had a blast," she said. "These were some of the best athletes I've ever coached. They came to practice every day ready to go. They had great basketball IQs, and they always hustled. …

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