Bill Minear, who won WPIAL and PIAA championships as Sto-Rox High School's boys basketball coach, has resigned.
Minear had two stints as Sto-Rox's coach -- from 1996-2004 and 2010-13. He also has resigned as Sto-Rox's athletic director, but he will continue to teach elementary school art class in the district.
Minear, 53, won two WPIAL titles and one PIAA title at Sto-Rox and his 11-year record was 215-81. He made the WPIAL playoffs in 10 of his 11 seasons and won seven section titles.
"It's just time," Minear said. "My kids are all teenagers now and into various activities and I just want to devote more time to them.
"I think the things I will remember most is the community and the kids, and seeing the fact that when we were successful on the court and in the classroom, how much pride the community had."