The search for a replacement for the now retired Mark St. Clair at Hannibal high has now officially come to a close.
After just one season at Keokuk High as the top field general of the chiefs, Quentin Hamner is headed back to the “show me state” to take over the reins as head coach of the Pirates.
The Hannibal Public School District made the official announcement via a news release sent out this afternoon via e-mail from Hannibal Athletic Director Clint Graham.
Hamner led the chiefs of KHS to a 2-7 slate last season in the Class 3 ranks in the Hawkeye state.
At Staley High, Hamner as a part of the coaching staff that led the program to a state crown in 2017 after posting a 14-0 record in Class 5.
Hamner spend three seasons at Park Hill and Harrisonville.
The 2012 Clarence cannon coach of the year was at Clark County for five seasons from 2008-2012.
Hamner has posted a 19 and 5 record as a head coach after 2 seasons.
This story is developing, more information will be provided soon.