The candidates for the boys basketball coaching position at Clovis High have been narrowed to 10.
CHS athletic director Brian Stacy said Tuesday night that a committee working on the hiring process went through applications earlier in the day and plans five in-person interviews today and five more on Thursday.
“It’ll be Thursday night late by the time we finish the interviews,” Stacy said. “None of the central offices are open on Friday, but hopefully we can have a second set of interviews for the superintendent (Terry Myers) on Monday.
“Hopefully, we’ll have a coach by Wednesday.”
Stacy said he was unable to release the names of the candidates.
The position came open earlier this month when J.D. Isler, the Wildcats’ coach for the past 10 seasons, accepted the head coaching position at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas.
CHS is also looking to fill its girls soccer position. The main problem is trying to match a teaching position with the new coach.