Terrill
June 20, 2024
Former North Union Head Coach Ryan Grose convenes with his team during a time out during a regular season home game this last season. Pending board approval, NU alumni Austin Terrill will take over as the program’s next head basketball coach. (Gazette photo by Aleksei Pavloff)

Terrill takes over the North Union boys basketball program this upcoming season

 

By Bob Putman, Richwood Gazette

After a little time away from his high school basketball roots, Austin Terrill is coming back to familiar settings.

Pending approval by the North Union Board of Education, Terrill will become the next North Union boys basketball coach.

He will be succeeding Ryan Grose, who resigned earlier this month to become the become the boys basketball coach at Findlay High School.

Except for the two years he spent as an assistant boys basketball coach at Jonathan Alder, Terrill has been a part of the North Union basketball community for his entire life.

His father, Brian, was the North Union girls coach from 1997-2004 and then took ov…

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