Morton posted an opening for a new girls basketball coach after Tom Haluska was asked to resign last week.
Haluska, who won three conference championships in three years with the Governors, confirmed he was told last week that he would be replaced as the head of the basketball program.
Morton was 11-12 this season and lost 37-36 in the sectional semifinal to Lowell. A win over E.C. Central in the sectional quarterfinal was the first postseason win for the Govs since 2009.
"I honestly believe that next year they'll be even better," Haluska said. "There's talent coming in, and the talent that we've had in the past has gotten better. I feel a little saddened I won't be there for that."
Haluska took over a team that was 2-17 in 2010-11, and lost to Griffith 70-6. This season, the Govs beat the Panthers in the Hanover Central Tournament.
Morton athletic director Roy Richards said that he is looking for a coach that has some of the same qualities that Haluska brought to the job.
"We want someone with his work ethic, his passion and his knowledge," Richards said. "We also need someone that fits into our system and works well with the teachers, coaches and other staff at Morton."