Paul Laurence Dunbar boys' basketball coach Carl "Redd" Hutchinson and Henry Clay girls' coach Scott Cromwell are calling it quits.
Hutchinson had a five-year record of 60-75, including a 3-22 mark this season.
"After long hours of prayer, I have decided, based on what is best for my family and me, to step down," Hutchinson said in a statement.
"It's been one of the greatest experiences I've had, and I want to thank Dunbar for the opportunity and support."
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Hutchinson would consider coaching again elsewhere.
Cromwell guided Henry Clay's girls for 13 years, but he's been in the business for 26 years, including a stint as a boys' coach in Florida.
Cromwell had an overall record of 224-150 at Henry Clay, highlighted by a region title in 2008.
"It's mainly a family decision," he said. "I haven't had much time with my twin boys (9-year-old Brandon and Joshua.) They're both into sports now, and I want to be part of that with them."
Henry Clay has had it rough the last couple seasons, going 9-20 and 5-20. Cromwell said the program will rebound.
"Henry Clay is always blessed with athletes," he said.