Seber Windham has established himself as one of the top high school basketball coaches in the state.
His 2015-16 Indians have plenty of talent and Windham takes advantage of their basketball skills, getting everyone involved.
Windham said, "We're playing about 11 or 12 guys consistently. Right now we've got two good point guards in Jalen Childs and D.Q. Proby who's running the show. Our wings are good. We've got Jordan Lewis who is averaging about 11 points per game and Jadarius Holloway, averaging 10 points a game.
Inside we're real solid with Marques Mcgee averaging 9 or 10 a game."
Fred Ramsey-Thompson has become Biloxi's marquee player. The 6-foot-4, 220 pound junior is aggressive and has a knack of finding the hoop.
With so many players contributing, coach Windham says he really doesn't have to worry about foul trouble.
"There's nights where foul trouble comes into play with a lot of teams, "stated Windham. "For us, it's not as big of a deal with foul troubles. I've sot so many guards right now that I could plug somebody into our system. They're still be productive."
The Class 4A Pass Christian Pirates have reeled off 16 wins and 5 losses before Tuesday game with East Central. Head coach Buddy Kennedy, who surpassed 500 career wins a few weeks ago, will have his Pirates ready for the challenge of facing the Class 6A Biloxi Indians beginning Saturday at 4 in Hoopsfest 2016 at the Coliseum.
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