Two high school basketball coaches with Springfield area ties are among the newest inductees into the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Marionville’s Ted Young coached his alma mater to the boys Class 2 state championship in 2005. The Missouri Basketball Coaches Association awarded him the 2005 Richard Fairchild Boys Basketball Coach of the Year Award.
In 2012, his first year coaching the Marionville girls, Young coached the Comets to a final four appearance.
In his playing career at Marionville High School, Young scored exactly 2,000 points. He went on to play for Drury University and was inducted into the Panthers’ hall of fame in 1987.
Carl Junction boys basketball coach Skip Brock had two coaching stints at Mount Vernon, from 1987-93 and 2002-14. His 2006, 2010 and 2012 teams all finis
Carl Junction boys basketball coach Skip Brock had two coaching stints at Mount Vernon, from 1987-93 and 2002-14. His 2006, 2010 and 2012 teams all finished fourth in the Class 3 state tournament.
In between, he spent seven seasons at Camdenton High and one on Robert Corn’s staff at Missouri Southern State University.
Brock remains at Carl Junction and holds an overall career record of 433-315.
Brock, Young and 10 other persons will be inducted Saturday, April 16 at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in Springfield. Tickets are $20 at the door. Doors open at 11 a.m., lunch begins at noon and the induction ceremony will follow.
Missouri Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame 2016 inductees