Howland - Penobscot Valley boys basketball will need a new coach for next winter. Jamie Russell has told the team that he won't be back in the fall. Russell told his players that he thought they needed a fresh voice calling the shots. Four starters will be back next season. Russell told us today that he will coach again soon. He picked up his 300th career win this past winter.
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