Kamehameha has let go of all of its coaches on the varsity and junior varsity baseball teams, Hawaii Prep World has learned.
The move comes with preseason tournaments beginning next month for the varsity team, which had planned a trip to California. That trip will no longer be made.
Thomas Perkins, who was hired in January 2015 to replace Billy Pieper, led the Warriors to two state tournament appearances in three years. Kamehameha advanced to the state semifinals a year ago before losing to Waiakea.
This will be the fourth varsity coach at Kamehameha since 2013, when Vern Ramie completed his final season after 22 years as the head coach.
Associate athletic director Ed Paola will oversee the varsity and junior varsity programs during the transition.
No intermediate coaches were let go.