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Mustang's Kevin Korstjens accepts boys basketball job at Bridge Creek

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Mustang head coach Kevin Korstjens yells in excitement after his team sprayed water on him after their OSSAA quarterfinal win over Putnam City West High School at Memorial High School on Thursday, March 7, 2019. IAN MAULE/Tulsa World
Mustang head coach Kevin Korstjens yells in excitement after his team sprayed water on him after their OSSAA quarterfinal win over Putnam City West High School at Memorial High School on Thursday, March 7, 2019. IAN MAULE/Tulsa World

MUSTANG — Kevin Korstjens is returning to a familiar place and he gets to coach his son.

Korstjens was named the new boys basketball coach at Bridge Creek after five successful seasons at Mustang High School, according to Mustang athletic director Robert Foreman.

Korstjens spent two seasons at Bridge Creek before taking over at Mustang in 2013. With the Broncos, he went 76-56 and is coming off leading them to the Class 6A state semifinals. They upset No. 1 Putnam West in the state quarterfinals.

Foreman said Korstjens wanted to coach his son at Bridge Creek.

He leaves behind a young, talented team that returns three starters and five of the seven in the main rotation.

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Mustang head coach Kevin Korstjens yells in excitement after his team sprayed water on him after their OSSAA quarterfinal win over Putnam City West High School at Memorial High School on Thursday, March 7, 2019. IAN MAULE/Tulsa World

Mustang head coach Kevin Korstjens yells in excitement after his team sprayed water on him after their OSSAA quarterfinal win over Putnam City West High School at Memorial High School on Thursday, March 7, 2019. IAN MAULE/Tulsa World

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