Chris Howard
My family and I moved from Salt Lake City to St George 11 years ago in
2007. I work in the Information Technology Industry doing sales for the
Tonaquint Data Center. I have been coaching at Snow Canyon High
School for the past 3 years. 2 years as Varsity Assistant under coach
Sorensen and this year as Freshman Coach. I am excited to be working
with Coach Meacham and staff to help develop these young men and teach
them the game of basketball. I played at Brighton High School, where we
won a State Title in 1996. I then went on to play at Ricks College from
2000-02, and at Westminster College from 2002-04 where I graduated with
a Bachelor's degree in Business Management. I met my wife Lindsey Kelly
at Westminster and have been married for 14 years with 4 wonderful kids:
Kelly(12), Mack(10), Jace(8), Morgan(6). All 4 kids are actively involved in
playing Basketball, Baseball, and Soccer. If I’m not at work I’m in a gym or
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Coach Doug Meacham Bio:

I have been married to my wife Tami (Smith) for 21 years and we have four children together.  Sydnee (20) McKay (18)  Cy (14) and Nash (9).  We spend almost all our time in basketball gyms with short breaks to golf and head to the lake with family.

Along with being married and raising a family over the past 21 years, I have earned a living in multiple educational capacities including teaching, counseling, and coaching.  I earned my teaching certification as a Physical Education teacher and pursued a Master’s Degree in Educational Counseling from the University of Phoenix.

I have been a head basketball coach for 17 of the last 21 years at American Fork High School.  Before accepting the Head Coaching position at American Fork, I served as an assistant to my former high school coach – Bob Eckles.  This summer, my family and I moved to sunny St. George, and this is currently my first season as the head coach at Snow Canyon High School.

I have loved watching, playing, and coaching sports from a young age.  After playing high school football and basketball, I joined the University of Utah Men’s basketball team for the 94-96 seasons.  I had an amazing experience and learned basketball from legendary coach Rick Majerus – truly one of the greats. After the ‘96 season, I remained with the Utes as a graduate assistant in 1997 – which I then left for the job at American Fork.

Throughout my time as head coach at American Fork, we accumulated an overall record of 219-148.  The team advanced to 3 final fours and competed in the state championship game in the 2010-2011 season.

A primary reason for the success of the program is the quality players and coaches with whom I was able to be around.   I was fortunate to coach many highly skilled players, which enabled a lot of success. Overall, my coaching staff and I sent 17 players to the next level to play college basketball including: Tyler Rawson (U of U), Marcel Davis (UVU), Brendan Bailey (Marquette), Austin Waddoups (University of Alberta), and Zach Hunter (DSU).

Along with the talented players, I have been fortunate to work with outstanding assistant coaches during my years as a head coach.  Like my former players, some assistant coaches have moved on to coach beyond the high school level as well including: Tim LaComb, currently an assistant at BYU, and Nick Robinson, the former head coach at SUU and current assistant at Seattle University.

I am excited and honored to be the head basketball coach at Snow Canyon High School.  I look forward to developing the talented players in the area and work with more amazing assistant coaches.  Go Warriors!

Aaron Warner Bio

I was born and raised in Provo, UT where I attended Timpview High School and enjoyed playing basketball, soccer and running track.  I served an LDS mission in Anaheim, California and got to see the Disneyland fireworks on a nightly basis. After my mission, I attended Brigham Young University and graduated with a degree in Health Science. Competing and playing sports are two things I've enjoyed throughout my life and so there was always a desire to be involved in coaching.  I joined the Timpview basketball staff and coached the men's sophomore basketball team for a few years. Since catching the coaching bug, I have been involved with youth sports the past fifteen years. Being involved with the youth and seeing the lessons kids can learn (teamwork, determination, focus, consistency, dedication) has been a wonderful experience.  In 2009, our family moved to Santa Clara where we fell in love with the town and community. I immediately began coaching in Santa Clara, and helped form many of our area's youth programs. I was excited to join the Snow Canyon Basketball staff in 2016.

I have been married to Haley Henson, a Provo High alum, for 20 years.  We have five children; Cole (17), Will (14), Millie (12), Jones (9), and Maggie (9).  Cole is involved in Snow Canyon basketball and soccer and in his spare time is out looking for dates.  Will enjoys playing football, basketball and soccer and loves a good book. Millie plays soccer, sings, dances and loves to be with friends.  Jones is our most competitive kid and can be found on any court, field or track. Maggie's main interests are piano, tumbling, and art but she also enjoyed playing soccer with the United FC club this year.  My wife Haley is an avid runner and outdoor enthusiast. She keeps things light-hearted in the home and always has plenty of hugs for everyone.

Brock Staheli

I am excited to begin my first year as a coach in a program with such rich basketball tradition as Snow Canyon High School.  I recently returned home from a full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Paraguay. This will be my 16th year here in the Snow Canyon Basketball program.  My dad was part of Coach Brown’s staff for 15 years and during that time I was able to be a part of 8 Region Championships and 1 State Championship as I sat next to the players on the bench.  I am a 3 sport (Football, Basketball, Baseball), 3 Year Varsity Letterman for Snow Canyon High School. In addition, I am a 3 Sport Academic All-State Recipient. My passion is Basketball but I love all sports.  I am excited to give back to the program that I have been a part since I was 3 years old. It will be an exciting year and I am excited to represent the GREEN and GOLD and all that comes with it.
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Bob Lyman  Asst Varsity Coach

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Snow Canyon Boys Basketball

Coach Kyle Jones Bio:
I grew up in Enterprise where I played basketball and baseball and ran cross country and track. I went to
Southern Utah University where I walked on and played one year of baseball. I coached basketball and
baseball at Enterprise High School while there doing my student teaching. I got my first teaching job at
Snow Canyon High School and am in my 18 th year teaching and coaching here at Snow Canyon. I have
coached baseball the past 17 years and been a part of 4 state championships. I was an assistant
basketball coach under Coach James Brown for 15 years winning a state title in 2002 and spent the last
two years coaching in the girl’s program. I am excited to be back coaching boys basketball and to work
with Coach Meacham.
My wife Lisa and I have been married for 20 years. We have 4 kids; Kyli (16), Kayden (14), Treyson (11),
and McKinley (8). Kyli is a junior at Snow Canyon and plays on the girls basketball team. Kayden is an 8 th
grader at Snow Canyon Middle School. Treyson is a 5 th grader and McKinley is a 3 rd grader at Santa Clara

Coach Kunde Bio
I have been teaching and coaching here at Snow Canyon High School for 18 years. I began
coaching as an assistant in both the girls and boys soccer programs and with the girls’ basketball team.
After 4 years in the girls’ basketball program, I moved to the boy’s side as an assistant under Coach
James Brown coaching the sophomores. I worked with Coach Brown for 12 years before he retired and
the coaching staff was dissolved for a new group. Now I am back in the boys program and so excited to
be working with coach Meacham. I took the head coaching job with the girls’ soccer team in 2006.
During my tenure with the girls’ soccer program, our team has won 6 region titles and 2 state
championships, with our most recent title coming this year. I love the opportunity coaching gives me to
get to know my students better and be involved in their lives outside of the classroom. I enjoy the life
lessons athletics teaches our young men and woman and hope that my athletes get more than just an
opportunity to compete as they participate on my teams. Coaching has made me a better person,
father, husband and teacher and I love the kids I have coached over the years.
I have been happily married for 24 years to Heather Shaw, a St George native. We have 5
wonderful children; Braxton (22), Abby (21), Brevin (19), Alivia (15) and Braylin (10). Braxton served a
mission in Korea and his younger brother Brevin is currently serving in Korea. Abby is attending UVU
and is a proud SC cheerleading alumni. Alivia is a sophomore at SC and plays soccer and basketball.
Braylin attends Santa Clara Elementary and is a very active young boy, playing soccer, basketball and