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Genesis Prep Christian Academy

School Info
Conference: 1AD2 North Star League
Classification: 1A D2


Genesis Prep Christian Academy Team Bio

Head Coach: Marsell Colbert

Years as Head Coach: 6th Season

Previous Experience: 27 years

Record Last Year: 14-10

State Titles: 2017, 2018

Assistant Coaches:
Scott Turner, Shy Blake, Zach Miles

Returning Players:
Scott Mwinuka, G, 12
Seth Neely, G, 12
Eli Gonzales, F, 11

Key Players lost from last year:
Johnny Hillman, G
Jacob Schultz, G
Kon Ajang, F



Conference Preview

1ADII North Star

COACHES POLL:
1. Lakeside
2. Genesis Prep
3. Wallace
4. Clark Fork
5. Mullan
6. Kootenai

PLAYERS TO WATCH:
Day Day Higgins, Lakeside
Kenyon SpottedHorse, Lakeside

Written by: Jamey Vinnick

With a large group of weapons at his disposal, Lakeside head coach James Twoteeth has confidence in his team for the upcoming year, largely because the Knights only lost Sergio Abuan from last season and bring back two-star juniors in Kenyon SpottedHorse and Day Day Higgins, along with two other all-conference players in Talon Twoteeth and Jayson Hall.

Lakeside was the consensus pick to finish first in the North Star, and one of the big things Twoteeth points to is the depth the team will have.

“I look for the bench to be a lot stronger I think without a drop off when subbing will help us be a better team this year,” Twoteeth said. “We are very quick defensively when we get a rebound we like to score in transition and we are deeper then we were last year.”

The conference is far from a lock though for Lakeside, and Genesis Prep has the best chance to challenge the Knights atop the North Star. Genesis went 14-10 last season, but did lose three key leaders in Jonny Hillman, Jacob Schultz and Kon Ajang.

With the losses, Genesis Prep will look a lot different and a lot younger, but the youth has veteran head coach Marsell Colbert intrigued for the year.

“I am excited to see how our guys grow this season off the court and on the court. We want to play fast and attack. I am not sure of what we do well or areas needing improvement, that will come when we get started.”

















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