Edmond Santa Fe boys basketball coach Shawn Schenk let go
Shawn Schenk led the Wolves to the Class 6A semifinals and has led them to the at least the quarterfinals in each of the last five seasons.
EDMOND — Shawn Schenk will not be retained as Edmond Santa Fe boys basketball coach, sources told The Oklahoman Monday.
The specific reason for Schenk's dismissal was not made public, but according to sources, it did not involve any immoral or illegal behavior.
Schenk most recently led the Wolves to a 20-7 season, losing to eventual Class 6A state champion Tulsa Union in the state semifinals on March 9.
Schenk coached Santa Fe the last six seasons after taking over for current Central Oklahoma women's coach Guy Hardaker before the 2006-07 season.
Edmond Santa Fe did not make the state tournament in 2007, but has reached at least the quarterfinals each of the last five seasons under Schenk.
Edmond administrators declined to comment on the situation, and Schenk could not be reached by phone Monday night.
Schenk was the head coach at Enid for four seasons before taking over at Edmond Santa Fe. He and Hardaker are the only boys basketball coaches at Edmond Santa Fe since the school opened in 1994.