One of the most dominant runs in Wisconsin high school basketball history has lost the architect who built it. After 15 years as head boys coach at Germantown High School, Steve Showalter has resigned his post.
The news broke Monday after Showalter officially accepted an assistant coaching gig at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri.
During his 15-year tenure, the Warhawks went 286-81 (.779), making six state tournament appearances, and winning three consecutive state championships in 2012, 2013, and 2014. After 27-straight wins this past season, Germantown fell to Stevens Point in the WIAA Division 1 title game as they attempted to become the first time in that division (and third overall in state history) to claim four championships in a row. [Read more…]