Troy  Terronez
(Watertown)

   Coach Terronez grew up in Cedar Rapids, Ia where he played high school basketball at Prairie High School.  During his high school career, he made 3rd Team All-State and the McDonald's Iowa All-Star Team.

     Coach Terronez then signed to play basketball for Coach Boots at USD in 1989.  During his career from 1989-1994 at USD, Troy was a 4 year starter playing at point guard, off guard, small forward and power forward. He is currently 10th in career 3-point field goals and 9th in the 1500 club with 1331 career points and 500 career rebounds.  He played a significant role on the 1993 and 1994 teams during their back to back Elite 8 appearances in the NCAA Division II basketball tournament.  In 2009, those two teams were inducted in the Coyote Sports Hall of fame at USD.

   After his college career, Troy then coached 7 years at Vermillion High School as the Assistant Girls Basketball Coach with Coach Luitjens, during which time they placed 2nd in the 2000 State A Girls Basketball Tournament.  In his first 3 years of coaching boys basketball, he was the assistant coach under Coach Huska.  In 1998 he became the Head Boys Basketball Coach until 2001 when he took an administrative position at Watertown High School.  He was and assistant coach under Coach Norberg for 3 years in Watertown and helped the Arrows achieve 3rd place at the State AA Boys Basketball Tournament in 2006.

   Coach Toerronz's knowledge and experience in both guard and post play has helped in the development of versatile players throughout his coaching career.

 Kirk Beebout

   Coach Kirk Beebout attended Deuel High School in Clear Lake, SD.  His senior year his team went 18-3 setting the record for the best season in school history.  That year he set the single season records for most assists and steals.

   After high school he played baseball and basketball for Northland College in Thief River Falls, MN.  He completed his college education at MSUM Moorhead, MN with a degree in Elementary Education.  While student teaching, he served as a volunteer coach for the Tea Area Titans in Tea, SD.

   He began his teaching and coaching careers in Detroit lakes, MN.  There he taught 4th grade and was the head assistant for the boys high school basketball team for 4 years.  In the 2011-12 season, the Detroit Lakes team qualified for the state tournament for the first time in 94 years.

   Since 2013, Kirk has been the head boys basketball coach at Hamlin where the team has had 3 consecutive winning seasons and a playoff win each year.  He enjoys spending his time working with kids to improve their basketball skills and learn the lessons that being part of a team provides.  He is excited to join the Dakota Niners coaching staff.  He lives in Arlington with his wife Lacy and golden retriever Sasha.

Blake Heiser

 Nic Ahman

    

 Adam Krueger

   Coach Adam Krueger is a former Dakota Niners player. Adam graduated from Rosholt High School.  

   Adam graduated from Valley City State College in Bismarck, ND .  He is currently the coach at Milbank HS.

Ryan McCutcheon 

   Coach Ryan McCutcheon graduated from Brookings high school in 2010.  He was First Team ESD 2009-2010 and First Team All State 2009-2010.  

   Ryan was a memeber of the Dakota State Men's basketball team from 2011-2014.  The team made an appearance in the Elite Eight of the NAIA National Tournament in 2012-2013 season.

    The 2015-2016 season Ryan coached the JV boys and was the assistant varsity boys coach at Lake Preston School District. 

    Ryan is a physical educaiton major at South Dakota State University.

Jordan Fast

      Coach Jordan Fast graduated from Martin County West High School. In Coach Fast’s senior basketball season, the Mavericks finished 22-5 and were consistently in the top 10 in Minnesota Class 2A. Fast was a three sport athlete, receiving numerous academic and athletic awards. Coach Fast continued his education by attending South Dakota State where he graduated in Social Science Education.


     Coach Fast started his teaching and coaching career at Wilmot, South Dakota. Fast started as the boys JV coach, under the tutelage of the Director of the South Dakota Basketball Hall of Fame, Dave Wagner. Upon Wagner’s retirement, Fast became the boys varsity coach, coaching for two years before accepting a job at Sioux Valley. At Sioux Valley, Fast is the girls assistant coach, but served as the interim head coach, where he led the Cossacks to a Sweet 16 appearance.  Coach Fast is also the defensive coordinator on the Sioux Valley football team. 

 

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