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Millbrook Hires New Girls’ Varsity Basketball Coach

Millbrook High School will have a new girls’ varsity basketball coach for the 2023-24 season. Cary Bartlett, current Millbrook JV Coach and Assistant Varsity Coach, will succeed Erick Green who is leaving the position after six seasons.

Bartlett is a 1989 graduate of Clarke County High School where he played basketball all four years. He attended Bridgewater College from 1989-90 where he played for one season. Bartlett has been active in coaching various teams for Winchester Rising Stars including 12U, 14U, 16U and 17U (2017-2022).

Bartlett says, “I am excited for the opportunity to be the next coach of the Millbrook girls' basketball program. To be able to continue working within our program is a blessing. Our goals will be to continue the traditions and successes the program is known for, and have been put in place by coaches Erick Green, Kevin Barr and Debbie Sanders. They have all had a part in building the foundation of success with the girls' basketball program at Millbrook. I have appreciated the opportunity to coach under Coach Green for the past three seasons, and am thankful for the guidance and tutelage he has given me. Millbrook has become recognizable at the state level of girls’ basketball and I hope to continue to build on that.”

Millbrook High School Coordinator of Student Activities T.J. Rohrbaugh says, “Cary stood out during the interview process not only because of his knowledge of the game of basketball, but also due to his passion for and commitment to Millbrook High School. Cary has a clear vision focused on building upon the tradition and high standards of the Millbrook High School Girls’ Basketball program. Millbrook High School is extremely excited to have someone of Cary’s character, familiarity with the program, and ties to the Millbrook community leading our girls’ basketball program moving forward.”

Bartlett has a Bachelor’s degree in finance and economics from Grand Canyon University.