After six seasons of being the head coach for the Marlow Lady Outlaws, Terri Reimer will be leaving her post and Marlow High School will be looking for a new coach for the Lady Outlaws.
Coming from Atoka High School, the Lady Outlaws hired Reimer to begin the 2014-2015 season.
Reimer got the Lady Outlaws past the 10 win marker in each of her six seasons at Marlow.
Her best season was in 2018-2019 when she led the Lady Outlaws to a record of 20-8 and was one game away from the 3A State Tournament but lost in the Area Consolation Championship game.
In the most recent season for Reimer, she led the Lady Outlaws to a record of 16-12 including their fourth straight trip to the area round.
Marlow Public Schools Superintendent George Coffman said that her resignation will be made official at the next board meeting and thanked her for what she did with the Marlow Lady Outlaws.
Coffman said Reimer was a model employee and a great coach and he knows it will be tough to replace her.
Once the resignation is submitted and voted on, the district can begin looking for a replacement to fill the role for the 2020-2021 season and beyond.
Coffman mentioned that as of now the job posting has been posted on several areas and they will interview new coaches until they find the right fit.
With the 2019-2020 school year still in a pause, Coffman said they will conduct interviews once the application process is closed per Oklahoma rules.
Reimer finished her career at Marlow with a record of 96-68 and during her time at Atoka from 2012-2014, she finished with a record of 34-18 to have a career record of 130-86.