Archbishop Murphy hires Bone as new boys basketball coach
Last updated 5/3/2017 at Noon
Archbishop Murphy High School has hired Len Bone as its new head boys basketball coach.
Bone retired last year after spending 21 years as the head coach at Snohomish High School.
“Experience, stability and a history of coaching over 600 high school games, we feel confident in what he will bring to the program,” Archbishop Murphy athletic director Jerry Jensen said.
During his coaching career, Bone has produced NBA talent such as Jon Brockman.
“I am excited to add a coach into our community that has the reputation and experience that coach Bone brings, he will undoubtedly positively impact the lives of our student athletes," Jensen said.
Above all, Bone said he is committed to the mission of AMHS and committed to being a part of the school’s faith community.
“I wanted to get back into coaching and after a lot of contemplation and prayer I feel this was going to be a good fit. Unity, relationships, and connectivity, these are the things I missed most about coaching and knew I had to get back in it. I am excited to be somebody’s coach,” Bone said.
Bone previously he coached at West Seattle High School, Central Washington University, University High School, Whitworth College, The Masters College, and La Connor High School.
Bone has coached high school basketball for nearly 40 years. His overall high school record is 417-250.