Head Coach

Harry Jenness, Jr.

Harry Jenness, Jr. returns as Head Girls Basketball Coach for the 3rd straight year and 6th overall.  In a record setting 2018-19 season, Coach Jenness led the Warriors to a 18-10 record and a 3rd place finish in the Metro East Conference at 11-3,  both records are the most in program history for conference and overall.  The Warriors also made it the semifinals for the 1st time since the 2000-01 season with a win over Burnsville 71-65 but came up short against Eastview to end the season. 

Prior to his return back to Henry Sibley, he was the JV and Varsity assistant coach at Apple Valley High School from 2009-2017.  In that time he was named Section 3AAAA Assistant Coach of the Year in 2010-11, 2013-14, and 2016-17.  He is also a certified 3D coach and PCA Double-Goal Coach.

From the 2005-06 thru 2007-08 seasons, Coach Jenness was the Head Girls Basketball Coach at Henry Sibley.

Before becoming the Head Girls Basketball coach, Coach Jenness was the JV and Varsity Assistant Boys Basketball Coach from 2001-2005. 

Coach Jenness began his basketball coaching journey at Henry Sibley in 1999-2000 and 2000-2001 with the 9th grade boys team.

Besides coaching basketball, Coach Jenness also coaches 9th grade volleyball for the past 20 years and baseball for the past 21 years (9th grade 2000-2008 and 7th/8th grade 2009-present).

Coach Jenness is a 7th grade Social Studies teacher at Heritage E-STEM Magnet Middle School in his 21st year and 23rd overall.  He has a passion, dedication, and purpose in teaching young people a variety of skills in and out of the classroom that allow them to succeed.

My Purpose Statement:
I guide our student-athletes in their journey to becoming positive, productive, responsible, and persistent individuals who are loyal to themselves, peers, family, school, and community while striving for excellence.

JV Coach
Darryl Chrisp

Asst. Coach

Sheri McLeod

I have either coached, played or officiated basketball for over 20 years.  In the Minnesota Lynx first season, I attended their open tryouts. What a great experience! I came onto the coaching staff last year and what a great year we had. I look forward to many more great seasons. 

My Purpose Statement:
I coach to help teach young student/athletes to become young adults that are responsible, trustworthy, respectful and whatever their life goals and dreams are; they can be obtained by working hard and being disciplined.

C-Squad Coach

Kelsey Coley