NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Otto-Eldred graduate and former Moniteau head coach Matt Stebbins won his 100th game as a girls’ basketball coach when his Laurel Spartans beat New Brighton, 65-26, Monday night.
(Photo: Matt Stebbins (left) with former Otto-Eldred head coach Lance Baker, who surprised Stebbins at the game Monday night. Submitted photo)
Stebbins, the son of the late Otto-Eldred coach Randy Stebbins, is in his fourth year at Laurel after coaching the Moniteau girls for three years. He is 58-37 at Laurel after going 42-28 at Moniteau giving him a career record of 100-65.
Laurel is 14-7 overall and 11-2 in section play this season after going 20-6 a year ago and losing in the WPIAL semifinals and the first round of the PIAA Class 2A playoffs.