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June 26, 2012 at 7:59 PM

Skyline hires Maui Borden to coach boys basketball

Skyline athletic director Ryan Gilbert announced Tuesday the school has hired Maui Borden to coach boys basketball.

Borden spent the past four years as an assistant coach at Eastlake, working with both the basketball and football programs. He will also work with the Spartans’ football program.

“He brings a passion for the game, knowledge of the community, and an outstanding ability to communicate with and motivate student-athletes,” Gilbert said in an e-mail. “Coach Borden has a thorough understanding of the role of athletics in the lives of our students and how to push them to get the most out of the student-athlete experience.”

Borden also works for Microsoft — in the XBOX division — and Proactive Coaching.

“Skyline is fortunate to have him on board and we are excited about the direction that he will take the boys basketball program,” Gilbert said.

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