A Tradition of Excellence


Beginning with Coach Carl Ingersoll in 1998 and culminating with Coach Quincy Lewis guiding the team to a consensus Top 5 national ranking and the MaxPreps 2012-13 National Championship, as well as the 1st 4-peat by a Utah boy's basketball program, Lone Peak basketball has established a tradition of excellence in Utah. When Coach Ryan Cuff led the 2001 team to the school's first state basketball title, that started a string of nine state titles in 17 years, including 8 championships in the past ten years!

In 2015, Coach David Evans continued the Lone Peak legacy as one of the nation’s winningest, most consistent teams in the last decade by guiding the Knights to three regional titles and the first 6A state title. After 6 years as assistant coach at Lone Peak Basketball under Quincy Lewis and David Evans, Coach Rob Ross is now at the helm beginning this 2018-19 season.

With a history of developing Division 1 talent, Lone Peak basketball currently has eleven alumni playing at the college level and three at the professional level.

Although located in Highland, Utah, Lone Peak basketball has established a national reputation that started by traveling to tournaments as an AAU team and has recently turned into receiving invitations to play in such prestigious events as Geico National High School Invitational (NHSI), City of Palms Classic, HoopHall Classic, Great Western Shootout, Beach Ball Classic, Brandon Jennings Invitational, Tarkanian Classic and Chicago Elite Basketball Winter Classic.