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Celebrating Black History Month

In celebrating Black History Month, WIBCA is honored to recognize the black coaches in our state that have contributed so greatly to our rich and proud history of boys basketball over many many years. Please join us in celebrating these fine educators and gentlemen.

John Johnson

John Johnson

School(s)-Bellevue

Che Dawson

Che Dawson

School(s)-Chief Sealth

Eddie George

Eddie George

School(s)-Shorecrest

Darrell McNeal

Darrell McNeal

School(s)-Lynnwood, Cascade (Everett)

Robert Brown

Robert Brown

School(s)-Edmonds Woodway

Shaun Burl

Shaun Burl

  • School(s)-Seattle Academy
  • Years 2014-Present
Tavio Hobson

Tavio Hobson

School(s)-Lakeside

Lou Hobson

Lou Hobson

School(s)-O’Dea

Bill Liley

Bill Liley

  • School(s)-Shorecrest, Kings, Newton (IA), Eastside Catholic
  • Years 14
  • Wins 222
Dexter Griffen

Dexter Griffen

  • School(s)-Mariner
  • Years 15
  • 142
Dominic Batten

Dominic Batten

  • School(s)-Spanaway Lake, Stadium
  • Years 8
  • Wins 87
James Olive

James Olive

  • School(s)Tyee,Hazen,Kent-Meridian
  • Years-6
  • Wins-41
John Barbee

John Barbee

  • School(s)-Foster, River Ridge, Kennedy Catholic & Franklin Pierce
  • Years 13
  • Wins 233
Karim Scott

Karim Scott

  • School(s)-Rogers (Spokane)
  • Years-2
  • Wins-10
Tevin Dillon

Tevin Dillon

  • School: Mariner
  • Years 4
  • Wins 37
Wayne Floyd

Wayne Floyd

School(s)-Garfield, Summit, an interim coach at Franklin
Years 16
Wins 319
State Championships: 1998

Brandon Roy

Brandon Roy

School(s)-Nathan Hale/Garfield
Years 3
Wins 82
State Championships: 2017. 2018, 2020

Jerry Petty

Jerry Petty

School(s)-Cleveland
Years 6
Wins 69

Francis Williams

Francis Williams

School(s)-Rainier Beach
Years 7
State Championships: 1988
Wins 117

Connie Richardson

Connie Richardson

School(s)-The Overlake School/Todd Beamer/Graham-Kapowsin
Years 5
Wins 30

Craig Jackson

Craig Jackson

School(s)-Franklin
Years 7
Wins 81

Calvin Johnson

Calvin Johnson

School(s)-Cleveland
Years 28
Wins 261

Allen Thomas

Allen Thomas

School(s)-Timberline
Years 8
Wins 138

Joseph Rodriguez

Joseph Rodriguez

School(s)-Garfield/Ingraham/Lakes
Years 24
State Championships: 2011
Wins 340

Rick Comer

Rick Comer

School(s)-Renton
Years 27
Wins 450

Ron Drayton

Ron Drayton

School(s)-Franklin, Bush
Years: 9
State Championships: 1994 & 1995
Wins: 180

Al Hairston

Al Hairston

School(s)-Garfield/O’Dea/Kent Meridian
Years 18
Wins 389
State Championships: 1980, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1991

Phil Lumpkin

Phil Lumpkin

School(s)-Seattle Prep/O’Dea
Years 21
Wins 442
State Championships: 1993, 1997, 2004, 2005, and 2007

Mike Bethea

Mike Bethea

School(s)-Rainier Beach
Years 26
Wins 590
State Championships: 1998, 2002, 2003,2008, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016

Barry Jones

Barry Jones

  • School(s)-Ingraham, Cleveland
  • Years-6
  • Wins-43
Malcolm Mack

Malcolm Mack

  • School(s)-Hazen, Ingraham
  • Years-5
  • Wins-52
Ed Haskins

Ed Haskins

  • School(s)-Garfield
  • Years 9
  • Wins 213
  • State Championships 2014, 2015
Brent Merritt

Brent Merritt

  • School(s)-Eastside Catholic
  • Years 6
  • Wins-116
Rashaad Powell

Rashaad Powell

  • School(s)-Renton
  • Years 3
  • Wins-60
Jeray Key

Jeray Key

  • School(s)-R.A. Long
  • Years 2018-present, co coach 2015-18
  • Wins 19-25
Jerome Collins

Jerome Collins

  • School(s)- Federal Way
  • Years 34
  • Wins 573
  • State Championships: 2009, 2015 & 2016
Josiah Barsh

Josiah Barsh

  • School(s)-Henry Foss
  • Years-2
  • Wins-28

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