McKinley High officials to meet with players, parents to discuss basketball program after two coaches sidelined _lowres

Advocate staff file photo by JOHN OUBRE -- McKinley boys basketball coach Harold Boudreaux in January 2015

McKinley boys basketball coach Harold Boudreaux and assistant coach Raeshawn Williams on Tuesday were relieved of their coaching duties for the rest of the 2015-16 school year after the conclusion of an investigation into an unspecified incident at the school, said Adonica Duggan, spokeswoman for the East Baton Rouge Parish school system.

Assistant coach Marcus Williams will serve as acting head boys basketball coach instead, with Athletic Director Robert Signater assisting him.

Duggan would not discuss the incident or the findings of the investigation, which wrapped up Monday, but said Boudreaux and Williams will continue their instructional duties at the Baton Rouge public high school, with Boudreaux working as a time-out room moderator and Williams continuing a special education teacher.

Boudreaux, a former LSU player in his first year at McKinley, was placed on administrative leave late last week after the incident came to light.

* This story was edited after publication to correct the school year.