Breckenridge Goes Back in Time, Hires Ohm to Lead Boys’ Basketball

Arly Ohm has walked the sidelines for Breckenridge boys’ basketball before. Ohm, who was named Head Coach of the Cowboys on Wednesday morning, also coached the Varsity team from 1994-1999, and again in the 2000-20001 school year.

“The community knows me,” Ohm said. “I’m very excited. I think we’ve got a great Senior class, and some tremendous underclassmen who could make an impact next year.”

The reason Ohm is in the position is because former coach Tyler Bormann left to take the Moorhead job. And he didn’t leave the cupboard empty. Breckenridge went 19-9 last season, eventually losing in the Section 8AA Semifinals.

Ohm played basketball at Jamestown College from 1986-1988. He took a role as an assistant coach right after that. He has served as Head Coach of Red Lake Falls, and also assisted coach Don Meyer at Northern State in between his first two tenures with Breckenridge. 

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