KINGSTON SPRINGS – Harpeth finished the 2018-2019 season with a 14-17 record while going 7-5 in the district. The Indians lost to Martin Luther King in the Region 5AA quarterfinals to end the season.
With last year’s seniors like Luke Liles, Daniel Bandy, and Chace Taylor gone, the Indians will have to look towards a new crop of senior leaders this season.
“We will be led by our three seniors Luke Gossett, Grant Patterson and Coby Campbell,” Harpeth coach Robert Kreps said.
Gossett will be coming back from a shoulder injury he sustained during football season, and the Indians will lean heavily on his athletic ability.
Aaron McWright, Grayson Maddox, and Will Collier all return along with sophomore Aiden Williams, who saw significant playing time as a freshman last season.
“Much like last year, we have a group of kids that are willing to work hard day in and day out,” Kreps said. “I am really excited to see where we can get defensively. We have some size and speed, and I expect us to play at a high level on the defensive end.”
The Harpeth basketball teams will travel to Father Ryan to open the season on Tuesday, Nov. 19.
2019-2020 Harpeth Basketball Roster
SENIORS: #42 Coby Campbell, #11 Luke Gossett, #25 Grant Patterson
JUNIORS: Will Collier, #12 Grayson Maddox, #32 Aaron McWright, #10 Thomas Sloan, #13 Briley
SOPHOMORES: #20 Aaron Bateman, #2 Noah Beshears, #14 Matthew Gray, #34 Ryan McMillan, #15
Dylan Nash, #3 Aiden Williams
FRESHMEN: John Dalton, #23 Logan Johnston, Ethan Merrit, Wesley Newcomb, Peyton Smith
2019-2020 Harpeth Basketball Schedule
19th @ Father Ryan
25th Harpeth TG Classic (Harpeth vs Hillwood 7:30)
26th Harpeth TG Classic (Harpeth vs ER 7:30)
2nd Nashville Christian
3rd @Dickson County
5th @Hickman County
27/28/30th Christmas Tourney at Goodpasture
7th @ Houston County
10th @ Cheatham County
14th White House Heritage
17th @ White House
21st @ Sycamore
24th @ Westmoreland
30th @ Fairview
4th Cheatham County
11th @ White House Heritage
14th White House