Chris Gibson with the White River High School’s girls basketball team. Photo by Kevin Hanson.

Gibson honored for 500 victories

Chris Gibson, veteran coach of the White River High School girls basketball program, recently posted his 500th career victory.

  • Wednesday, January 11, 2017 10:22am
  • Sports

Chris Gibson, veteran coach of the White River High School girls basketball program, recently posted his 500th career victory.

The achievement was noted during a brief ceremony before Friday Night’s Hornet victory over Evergreen of Seattle.

Win No. 500 came Dec. 27.

Gibson has made just two stops in his coaching career, guiding the Franklin Pierce Cardinals before taking the White River post.

Friday’s victory over the Wolverines was No. 501.

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