David Turner leaving New Deal Baseball - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

David Turner leaving New Deal Baseball

NEW DEAL, TX (KCBD) -

After nine seasons, David Turner is leaving New Deal to be the new head baseball coach at Shelbyville High School.

Turner did a great job leading New Deal Lion Baseball getting 170 wins.

He also guided the team to two trips to the State Tournament, one state finalist, six district championships and nine playoff appearances.

The Lions won the District Title this year, finishing 17-9 and making the Area Round of the playoffs.

We wish Coach Turner the best.

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