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Oakland’s King going into TSSAA Hall of Fame

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Former Oakland boys basketball coach Randy King will be inducted into the TSSAA Hall of Fame on April 5. (File Photo)

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- Former Oakland High School boys basketball coach Randy King is headed to the TSSAA Hall of Fame.

King was one of eight new members who will be inducted into the TSSAA Hall of Fame at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in Murfreesboro on Saturday, April 5.

King was boys basketball coach and athletic director for more than 30 years at Oakland High School. He compiled a 552-168 record in 23 seasons and won 20 games for 20 consecutive seasons.

King’s Patriots reached the TSSAA state tournament five times, and the gymnasium at Oakland is named in his honor.

Other’s being inducted include: Gary Householder, administrator from Seymour; Chic Nute, administrator from Munford; the late Glenn McCadams, coach from Nashville; Ken Colquette, coach from Jasper; Melvin Black, official from Nashville; Marvin Doggett, official from Cordova; and the late Willie Brown, contributor from Nashville.

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