He indicated that things are going better with his family's health and he may well be ready to come back next season.
Greene led the Black Eagles to four straight State Tournament appearances and a 90-15 record in his four years at the helm.
Testa took the job under the condition it may be for only one season.
If he returns Testa could be a top candidate for any high school job that becomes available.
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PRINCETON STAR McKenzie Akers has committed to Marshall University.
Akers was an All-Mountain State Athletic Conference first-team selection and a Class AAA All-State selection last season.
Her older sister, Tesla, is a senior at Ferrum College in Virginia, where she is averaging a team-leading 13.8 points per game.
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HURRICANE MAYOR Scott Edwards can never be accused of not supporting the high school teams in his town.
Edwards was asked by game officials to leave last week's Hurricane girls basketball game.
The Redskins were playing South Charleston and Edwards was seated a few rows behind the South Charleston bench.
The Black Eagles coaches spoke with the officials during a break in the action. They went to the school administrator at the game who spoke briefly with Edwards.
After a few moments Edwards got up and left the game.
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THERE WILL most likely be a new No. 1 team in Class AAA when the next rankings are released.
University (5-0), ranked seventh, defeated top-ranked Morgantown 49-41 and second-ranked Wheeling Park 67-44 last week.
Putting a damper on the Hawks' celebrations was the loss of starting guard Shae Chico to a torn anterior cruciate ligament with 30 seconds remaining in the win over the Mohigans.
Greenbrier East and Princeton are also undefeated at 5-0.