Ryan Webber leaves Warren for United Township

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Warren basketball coach Ryan Webber resigned on Monday to take the coaching job at United Township in East Moline.

“Warren is a great place,” Webber said in an email. “I wish we could have done better than 50-40 in my three years but we really competed hard.”

Webber previously coached at Moline, where he was 78-39. He was 66-24 in his first three years as a head coach, at Byron.

Webber replaced Chuck Ramsey at Warren. Ramsey had an incredibly succesful 19-year run with a 408-142 record.

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