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Malad High School welcomes new girls' basketball coach Trevor Jones

New Coach Trevor Jones (right) and Kory Kay (left) with MHS players, who placed first at summer tournament

Malad High School is welcoming a new girls basketball coach this year. Trevor Jones has been hired to head the program. 

Coach Jones hopes to bring a new excitement to the Malad Girls’ Basketball Program. Coach Jones said, “Our purpose will be to get the girls as many opportunities as possible to get in the gym. In turn that will help with the confidence to compete and the mental toughness of believing in themselves and ultimately earning their success. We have some Expectations to help us get there. Give it your Best Shot!  No Excuses, No Apologies, Do Better. -Thrive Attitude/Team Attitude.  Always Keep Improving.  Accomplish BIG GOALS!  We are looking to improve, be competitive and stir things up next year!” 

 Coach Jones is excited about the staff that will be  joining him this season: Tyson Daniels(Varsity Assistant Coach), Kory Kay (JV Coach), Alex Probst (C Team Coach), and Bri Adams (JV and C Team Assistant).

Coach Jones has been working with the middle school program the past two years, helping the girls who are going to be Freshmen this year. He has also been working hard all summer to help the team grow together and gain the confidence they need to play the sport they love.

Coach Jones grew up in Malad, the youngest son of Terry and Marsha Jones. He went through Malad High School's Boys Basketball program where he learned a lot of the skills he will be teaching the girls from his father, the head basketball coach. He later attended ISU and served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. While at ISU he met his wife Emily. Trevor and Emily now have five children, Brynnlee(13), Dawson(10), Carter (7), Bridger(5), and just recently welcomed baby Kadence to their family. Trevor has his own business here in Malad called Defend Pest and Lawn.