Meet the Coach
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Kenyon Wingenbach was named the head coach of the Sheyenne girls’ basketball program in 2021.
The Mustangs finished the 2022-23 season with an 18-9 record, winning the first East Region Tournament championship in program history. They followed that up with a 3rd place in the State Tournament, which was the best finish in program history. The Mustangs set school records as a team for most points in a game and a season, most field goals made and attempted in a season, and most free throws made in a game. Brenna Dick and Maya Metcalf were named to the All-Conference team, with Brenna Dick earning 2nd Team All-State.
In Wingenbach's first season, the Mustangs finished the 2021-22 season with a 20-6 record, the most wins in school history. The historic season included a school record 16 wins in a row and a state tournament berth, the third in school history. The Mustangs set 13 school records as a team including most points in a game and a season, most 3-point field goals made in a game and a season, most rebounds in a game and a season, and fewest turnovers in a season. Brenna Dick, Maya Metcalf, and Karson Sanders were named to the All-Conference team.
Prior to Sheyenne, Kenyon was an assistant basketball coach at Bismarck Century High School for 13 seasons – the last eight with the girls’ program. He was also an assistant football coach at Century for 9 seasons.
Kenyon is a native of Bismarck, North Dakota. He graduated from Minnesota State University-Moorhead in 2009 with a degree in elementary education. He has taught since 2009 at both the elementary and middle school levels.
Kenyon is currently a seventh grade social studies teacher at Liberty Middle School. He and his wife, Cassity, have a daughter, Tatum, who was born in 2013, and a son, Penn, who was born in 2016.