Coach: Curtis Foster
20-21 Record: 5-9
The work continues for head coach Curtis Foster coming into the new season. A trio of players return with good experience and the ability to put points on the board, but overall, the team is still developing and growing as a unit. “This year’s team is a work in progress,” said coach Foster. “We have a mixture of young guys and experienced players who we are still trying to blend together.” Taye Sullivan (6-3, Sr.) is back after averaging 13 points a game last season. Sullivan is dedicated to his craft and plays an unselfish style of basketball. Sullivan is an important piece both on and off the court for the Plainsmen. Another senior looking to make his mark on the program is Cam Mathis (6-5, Sr.). Mathis averaged 14 points a game last season and could become the team’s go-to player in key situations. As a freshman, Aydan Iverson (6-0, So.) emerged as a player to watch, and this season he is developing into a key starter. Iverson averaged 9.0 points a game in his first season of varsity basketball. Another underclassman to watch is Jaryn Porter. Porter is a talented young player with a wide variety of skills. Xavier Altidor is the pick-up guy for Enid. He is willing to pick-up any and all jobs coach Foster throws at him and he works extremely hard at his job. Aidan Crawford is another athlete like Altidor who is willing to do whatever it takes to help his team win. The Plainsmen started the season 2-1 with a big win over Ponca City and an overtime victory over No. 12 Choctaw. As the team continues to improve, good things will happen for the Plainsmen in 2022.