Edmond North's choice for its new football coach will be up for approval with Edmond Public Schools board of education at a special meeting Wednesday morning.
Edmond North has been working to replace Jeremy Dombek, who left two weeks ago to take the head job at Mustang.
Dombek took Edmond North to the Class 6A playoffs in five of his six seasons at the helm, reaching the state quarterfinals in each of the last three years.
Edmond North went through the last two weeks of spring practice with a limited staff, after some assistant coaches followed Dombek to Mustang.
HEINEN RALLIES TO WIN OKLAHOMA'S BEST
Edmond North's Nick Heinen was on the verge of running away with the OJGT Oklahoma's Best boys tournament title on Monday.
A rough finish brought him back to the pack a little, but he still had enough cushion for a three-stroke victory at John Conrad Golf Course in Midwest City.
Broken Arrow's Emma Allen shot an even-par 72 to close out a two-stroke victory in the girls tournament over Tulsa Union's Marla Souvannasing. Deer Creek's Caroline Goodin finished third, four shots off the pace.
Heinen started the day tied for third, three shots behind Weatherford's Quade Cummins. After carding birdies on holes 11-13, he was 6 under par.
He finished with a 3-under 69 for a 141 total to defeat Cummins by three strokes. Edmond North's Tyson Reeder, Oklahoma Christian's Zac Schaefer and Laverne's Mason Overstreet tied for third at 147.
ALL-CITY BASKETBALL GAMES THIS WEEK
Now that most schools have wrapped up the year, it's time for all-star games in a variety of sports to start taking place.
It begins this week with the Little and Big All-City basketball games.
The Little All-City basketball games will tip off with the girls at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday night at Redlands Community College in El Reno.
The Big All-City boys and girls games will be Thursday at Del City. The girls game will tip off at 6:30 p.m. and the boys will follow at 8.