Thanks to those that attended our recent fall clinic hosted by the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association. This years clinic provided a variety of excellent speakers from the high school, community college, NAIA and D1 collegiate levels. Headline speakers were Coach Kyle Smith of Washington State University mens team and Shantay Legans from the Eastern Washington mens program. WIBCA, with the support of Shoot-A-Way, was again able to give away a brand new Shooting "Gun" to one lucky attendee. Thanks also to our sponsors in attendance: Cloud 9 Sports, Shoot-A-Way, Snap, and Hudl. We would like to thank the Yakima [...]
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Coach, As one season ends, and another is about to begin… Continue thinking about your players and how to build a culture where every athlete on the team contributes and grows. They have many people in their life but none whose relationship with them is continually focused on making them a better player and person. Win or lose, the opportunities that you provide these young people will stay with them forever while helping to shape them for the rest of their lives. Our desire is that this newsletter will stimulate your thinking and help prepare you and your teams on and [...]
In 1978 WIBCA’s Founding Fathers gathered to create an organization to represent and support high school basketball and coaches in the state of Washington. The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association (WIBCA) was started by legendary coaches such as Ed Pepple, Don Koplitz, Jim Harney, Wayne Gilman, Lyle Patterson, and Mel Bowden. WIBCA is thriving and continuing to serve over forty years later. Today, in addition to advocating for and representing high school basketball and its coaches, WIBCA provides countless services and opportunities for coaches and players. Some of them include six All-State games, a Spring Showcase Event, a Hall of Fame [...]
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Do to these uncertain times WIBCA will be moving our 18th Annual Showcase Presented by WATTS Basketball, to an alternate date. We know many of you have been looking forward to this event as have we! WIBCA anticipates hosting the Showcase with the possibility of an early fall date. Continue to check our website https://wibca.com/watts-presents-the-18th-annual-wibca-showcase/ for updates on this and other WIBCA news. Be well and Safe The WIBCA (Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association) State Basketball Showcase originated in 2003 and was first held in Cheney, Washington at Eastern Washington University. The following two years the [...]
On July 25, the 45th WIBCA Hall of Fame Banquet was held at the Wenatchee Convention Center inducting two legendary North Central Washington Head Coaches, Tim Taylor (Brewster) and Mike Carlquist (Okanagon). The 80 people in attendance were treated to a sumptuous buffet, snappy one-liners from emcee Pat Fitterer, and inspirational speeches from the inductees. Additionally, Bruce Siebol (Sunnyside) was presented with the "Patrick Fitterer Positive Coaching Award" and Joe Harris (Brooklyn Nets) was awarded the "Ed Pepple Service Award" for his contributions to the improvement of basketball in Washington. If you are a WIBCA member interested in nominating a head or [...]
2019 NHSBCA National Convention Well, we wrapped up our NHSBCA National Convention in Seattle yesterday. All went great. 50 attendees from across the US for three days of positive and productive talk about high school basketball and the betterment of our game. Needless to say the past couple weeks have been busy. Thank you to everyone that attended and helped make this possible.
The 2019 Washington North West Shootout team demonstrated great hustle, desire and unselfish play in beating Oregon 120-102, in the 25th annual game. The team recorded 25 assists and dominated the glass 53-39 in breaking a five game losing streak. Led by game MVP Jaden McDaniel’s 25 pts and 10 rebounds, all players played well and contributed in a big way. The balanced scoring of Cole Bajema 19, Anton Watson 18, Mica Pollard 12, Brock Ravet 12, and Shaw Anderson with 15, was too much for the Oregon squad to handle. Hunter Campau led the team with 5 assists, while Shaw [...]
Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association (WIBCA) has selected 2 coaches for induction to their Hall of Fame at their 44th annual banquet. The celebration will be held on Thursday, July 25 at the Wenatchee Convention Center and will fete two coaches from the North Central region, Mike Carlquist (Almira/Coulee-Hartline, Goldendale, Cashmere, Okanogan) and Tim Taylor (Brewster). The Brooklyn Nets’ Joe Harris, reigning NBA 3-point contest winner, will receive the Ed Pepple Service Award for his efforts to improve high school basketball. The July 25th banquet begins with a social hour at 5PM followed by buffet dinner and induction ceremony. Cost for [...]