The high school coaching carousel accrued another two names Thursday.
Truman coach Gregg Webb resigned from his post, and Liberty North coach Ken Clemens informed his school of his plans to leave in order to pursue the head coaching vacancy at Oak Park.
Clemens' move to Oak Park — his alma mater — is pending approval from the North Kansas City Schools Board of Education.
Clemens is the only coach in Liberty North history, taking over when the school opened its doors in 2010. He began his head coaching career at Raytown, where he coached future NFL defensive end Aldon Smith. His next stop was Winnetonka, where he guided the team to its first conference championship in more than two decades.
Clemens informed Liberty North football players of the decision in a meeting Thursday afternoon.
Webb's tenure at Truman lasted four seasons. He took over the job after he won five state titles in Kansas. The Patriots were winless in his first season in Independence before they recorded back-to-back winning campaigns, totaling an unprecedented 14 victories over the two-year period in 2014-15. They were 3-7 in 2016.
"It's the best move for me at this time," Webb said. "I thought it was time to see what else was out there."
The six-team Suburban Red Conference will have at least four new head coaches next season after the announcements at Truman and Liberty North. St. Joseph Central and Raytown will also make changes.
Former Kearney assistant coach Logan Minnick has already been hired to fill the Raytown vacancy. The St. Joseph Central gig also opened Thursday after first-year coach Phil Pitts accepted a position on the Lincoln University staff.