Carson High basketball coach Jordan Glover resigns

Jordan Glover looks on during a Carson High basketball game during the 2019-20 winter sports season. The Carson City School District released that Glover had resigned from the position Wednesday.

Jordan Glover looks on during a Carson High basketball game during the 2019-20 winter sports season. The Carson City School District released that Glover had resigned from the position Wednesday.
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Carson High basketball coach and math teacher Jordan Glover has resigned after five years with the Senators.
Carson City School District officials confirmed Wednesday that Glover had resigned.
Citing employee confidentiality, district spokesman Dan Davis did not provide a reason for Glover’s resignation. Davis did say the search for a new head coach and math teacher was underway.
Glover also declined to comment.
In his four seasons coaching, Glover posted a 31-66 overall record with a 14-41 clip in Class 5A league play.
Carson did not have a 2020 campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong confirmed the Carson City Sheriff's Office had an active investigation into the matter. 

Editor's note: This story was updated at 11:15 a.m. Thursday with the confirmation from the Carson City Sheriff's Office. 

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