BREAKING: Milton head coach Matt Kramer resigns mid-season

Multiple sources have told Sandy’s Spiel that Matt Kramer and the Milton boys basketball program have severed ties. Effective immediately, assistants Julian Barfield and Sean Revels will lead the program. Milton, state champions in 2010 & 2012, has struggled to find long term stability at the head coaching position since David Boyd left. The Eagles are currently 5-8 overall with Duke-signee Alex O’Connell as Milton’s centerpiece.

Parents received this message of the resignation:

Hello Parents,

This note is to inform you that effective January 9, 2017, Coach Matt Kramer has resigned his duties as Head Basketball Coach at Milton High School due to personal reasons.

Under his leadership, many players earned basketball opportunities at the college level and we won’t forget the 2016 Final Four achievement . We thank Coach Kramer for all he has done for the program and wish him well.

Coach Barfield and Coach Revels will share coaching duties for the remainder of this 2017 season. GO EAGLES!

3 thoughts on “BREAKING: Milton head coach Matt Kramer resigns mid-season”

    1. Probably very true with that ego. As for the future can we get out of bed with the sneaky, terrible AAU teams we are in debt to? They run the program! Kids out of district still!
      We have a few wacko dads that need to go as well. Enough with dads running their AAU teams and “paid” training programs out of there. Lets clean it ALL up.

  1. Kramer has a temper and his way of handling issues with players and parents was never professional. He has a short fuse and it was just a matter of time. The way he carries himself is u approachable and his sideline antics are embarrassing. You don’t resign mid-season unless you are forced to do so. I hope the program finds the right person.

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