Two Cape-Atlantic League schools will have a new look on the sidelines next basketball season.

Mainland's Dan Williams and Hammonton's Joe Martino have combined for 458 wins over 35 seasons, but each will not return next season.

Williams steps down just 14 wins shy of the Mustangs all-time mark with 204 career wins. His Mustangs have been one of the top teams in South Jersey the past two season, winning a Cape-Atlantic League title in 2022 with 24 wins and followed that up by winning 26 games and a South Jersey Group 3 title, the programs first since 1981.


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Williams, was also a 1,000-point scorer as a player at Mainland and has been a great ambassador for the school during his tenure as coach.

The new coach will Mainland will have to replace six seniors next season, including the schools all-time leading scorer, Cohen Cook.

At Hammonton, Martino has the most wins in Blue Devils history with 254 career victories since taking over the job in 2001. He helped lead Hammonton, a school known mostly for their football program, to a Cape-Atlantic League title during the 2007-08 season and won 20 games twice.

This years team won 16 games, making the Cape-Atlantic League playoffs and advancing to the Quarterfinal Round, but will have to replace eight seniors.

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