AMHS Boys Basketball
CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT SEASON!
The Wildcats finished the season 16-7 overall, 10-2 in conference.
The 2017-2018 season starts November 13th, 2017.
ALL - LEAGUE
1st Team: Jaylon Carter, Senior
1st Team: Abe Lucas, Senior
TRYOUTS START November 13th, 2017
Any and ALL student athletes planning on playing Basketball must complete the online sign up form and turn in a sports physical to the Athletic Office prior to the first tryout.
Physical forms are valid for two years and must be signed by a physician. If you would like to check the status of a physical already on file with the school please contact the Athletic Office.
June 26th – August 11th, 2017
ALL student athletes planning on playing basketball are requested to attend this summer strength and conditioning. These sessions consists of Strength, Speed, Agility, Quickness, and Injury Prevention programs.
Dates: June 26th – August 11th , 2017 1pm to 2:30pm
- MONDAY & WEDNESDAY
- No Session July 4th
Cost: $25 Equipment Maintenance Fee
$50 for Gatorade Recovery Program (Optional but highly suggested)
Speak to Coach Jordan DIRECTLY with issues regarding fees
- Gatorade recovery packages are available for $50 per athlete for the full summer (10 Weeks). We strongly suggest purchasing this for optimal recovery. This includes the option of a pre activity snack and post training nutrition shake 4 days a week. This check is due at the beginning of the summer and should be made out to AMHS Athletic Department, noted “Sports Performance”. This is administered by the sports performance and medical staff who are certified in sports nutrition and tracked at the end of every training session and/or practice.
- Have proper footwear at all times (Both court shoes and training sneakers/running sneakers). Cross training sneakers with firm, low soles highly suggested!
- Athletes MUST wear socks.
Archbishop Murphy High School has hired Len Bone as the new head boys basketball coach. Bone who has a proven track record of success brings a wealth of knowledge to the program.
“Experience, stability and a history of coaching over 600 high school games, we feel confident in what he will bring to the program,” said Athletic Director Jerry Jensen.
Over his impressive coaching career, Bone has produced NBA talent such as Jon Brockman.
“I am excited to add a coach into our community that has the reputation and experience that Coach Bone brings, he will undoubtedly positively impact the lives of our student athletes!" said Jensen.
Above all, Bone is committed to the mission of AMHS and committed to being a part of the school’s faith community.
“I wanted to get back into coaching and after a lot of contemplation and prayer I feel this was going to be a good fit. Unity, relationships, and connectivity, these are the things I missed most about coaching and knew I had to get back in it. I am excited to be somebody’s coach,” said Len Bone.
Len Bone retired in May of 2016 after 21 seasons as the head coach of the Snohomish High School boys basketball team. Previously he coached at West Seattle High School, Central Washington University, University High School, Whitworth College, The Masters College, and La Connor High School.
Bone has coached high school basketball for nearly 40 years. His overall high school record is 417-250.
Len Bone - Head Coach