Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association
Celebrating Black History Monthsgwibca2021-03-17T22:47:26-07:00
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.
School(s)-Shorecrest, Kings, Newton (IA), Eastside Catholic
School(s)-Stadium, Spanaway Lake
School(s)-Foster, River Ridge, Kennedy Catholic & Franklin Pierce
School(s)-Garfield, Summit, an interim coach at Franklin
State Championships: 1998
State Championships: 2017. 2018, 2020
State Championships: 1988
School(s)-The Overlake School/Todd Beamer/Graham-Kapowsin
State Championships: 2011
State Championships: 1994 & 1995
State Championships: 1980, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1991
State Championships: 1993, 1997, 2004, 2005, and 2007
State Championships: 1998, 2002, 2003,2008, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016
State Championships 2014, 2015
Years 2018-present, co coach 2015-18
School(s)- Federal Way
State Championships: 2009, 2015 & 2016
Other Coaches we want to honor, but we didn’t have photos for.
If you have a photo of these coaches, please share it with us.
School(s)-Chief Sealth, Roosevelt
State Championships 1989
School(s)- Renton, Kent-Meridian, Highline, Lindbergh, Foster
Mike Ladd Sr.
Mike Ladd Jr.
School(s)-Chief Sealth, Garfield, Kent-Meridian
STOP THE HATE
On Behalf of WIBCA,
As we get close to the end of another Month, it's heartbreaking and frustrating that we are still dealing with injustices and racial violence in our Nation, State, City and Communities. Our hearts are heavy, and we are disgusted by the continued racist acts of violence against our Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community and specifically those that occurred in Atlanta. We are also saddened to hear about the ongoing gun violence in southeast Seattle, recently with the incident at Emerald City Bible Fellowship, our condolences go out to that families of these cowardly acts of violence. WIBCA stands in solidarity with our AAPI community and denounces all acts of violence, hate, racism and white supremacy. Hate has no home anywhere and not with WIBCA.