Kentridge, which went 1-1 Friday in the 4A South Puget Sound League fastpitch tournament, showed up to Saturday’s game at Kent Service Park sans head coach.
Mark Marshall, the Chargers’ head coach, had met with Kentridge athletic director Eric Anderson before Saturday’s 11 a.m. game to talk about plans for the team.
“Mark and I met this morning to discuss the program and following that discussion, he chose to resign, effective immediately,” Anderson said Saturday. He chose not to elaborate on the conversation.
With a 13-7 record after the 6-3 loss to Rogers, the Chargers head to