St. Aloysius has named Walter Hallberg IV as their new head boy’s basketball coach.
The school confirmed the decision on Tuesday after former Head Coach Kim Windom stepped down.
“Coach Kim Windom was here temporarily until we were able to find our permanent replacement,” St. Aloysius Athletics Director Bubba Nettles said. Once that happened, Coach Windom graciously offered to step aside and let Coach Hallberg begin his journey. Coach Windom helped us out when we needed it the most and we are extremely grateful for his contributions and we wish him nothing but the best as he gets to enjoy his well-earned retirement.”
Hallberg led the Porter’s Chapel Academy to a 22-14 season last year and helped the Eagles advance to the state tournament. He was also selected as VDN’s 2021-2022 Boy’s Head Coach of the Year.
Hallberg already has some familiarity with a few players who are now at St. Al that played at PCA last year.
“I’m excited to be the new boys basketball coach at St Al.,” Hallberg said. “I want to thank AD Bubba Nettles for entrusting this program to me. We will work very hard to make the parents, fans, students, and alumni of St Al proud of our basketball team. I can’t wait to get a full summer in with these young men and start preparing for the future. We have tons of young talent and the future is very bright here at St Al.
I want to thank my family for always being behind me and supporting me in anything I do. Lastly and most importantly I want to thank my wife Laura Hallberg for being by my side and wanting to be a coaches wife again, it’s not an easy job.”
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