Randy Baker, one of Minnesota’s most celebrated wrestling coaches, retires as coach of Minnesota West; Brayden Curry will head the program.
WORTHINGTON – Minnesota West wrestling will have a new coach for its upcoming season as Brayden Curry replaces Randy Baker.
Baker was one of the top high school wrestling coaches in the state while he coached in the area, and is very respected. He has coached the sport for 41 years, and spent the last four years leading the Minnesota West college program.
“I took the Worthington (Minnesota West) job with the idea that I would take it over until we could get somebody for a long-term deal,” said Baker. “That was my plan, I did not want to see them drop the program.”
Baker has kept the program afloat during a time of great difficulty and uncertainty. And now Curry is in charge. Continue reading at dglobe.com →