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Lehi Youth Basketball

Lehi Youth Basketball is the official feeder organization for the State Champion Lehi High School basketball programs. LYB is a volunteer-run community program for boys and girls inside the Lehi High School boundaries that works in conjunction with Coaches Quincy Lewis and Sean Seastrand and their high school coaching staffs to help organize competitive basketball teams to participate in Bantam and AAU leagues.  LYB focuses on teaching fundamental basketball and life skills to prepare kids to compete at the next level and provides unique opportunities for boys and girls to gain early exposure to the high school system, players and philosophies.  

Goals of the Lehi Youth Basketball program

  • Improve the quality of basketball training in Lehi

  • Organize competitive teams grouped by skill level to help each athlete excel

  • Create a system that enables as many boys and girls as possible to participate

  • Create a central hub for communication and information for players, parents and coaches

  • Help streamline processes for coaches and provide coaching resources and assistance

  • Promote vital life skills such as hard work, positive attitude, good sportsmanship and respect

  • Strengthen the Lehi High School basketball programs by:

    • Teaching athletes correct fundamentals at an early age

    • Involving high school basketball staff in player development

    • Providing early exposure to the high school program and principles

    • Having athletes play together prior to high school sports

  • Make Lehi a 1st class basketball community by developing players, parents and coaches.

Coach Lewis
Coach Seastrand

Coach Quincy Lewis is the new Head Coach at Lehi High School.  Coach Lewis is entering his 25th year of coaching – he has 12 years of high school and 12 years of college coaching experience.  Coach Lewis has coached at BYU, SUU, UVU and BYU-Hawaii.  In high school Coach Lewis has a 250-45 career record with 7 State Championships and 1 National Championship – and was named the Naismith and MaxPreps National Coach of the Year in 2013.


Coach Sean Seastrand is from Orem, Utah. He graduated from Mountain View High School.  After a mission in Brazil, he came home and played college basketball at Lethbridge College in Southern Alberta.  After finishing playing he moved back to Orem to finish his teaching degree at UVU.  During that time he helped coach the sophomore boys team at Timpanogos High School. 

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Career Highlights

  • In 2017-18, helped BYU win 24 games and advance to the NIT

  • In year two on the staff, Lewis helped the Cougars to 22 wins and a trip to the NIT

  • In his first season as an assistant coach at BYU in 2015-16, helped the Cougars to a 26-11 record and a trip to the semifinals of the NIT in Madison Square Garden

  • In 12 seasons as head coach of Lone Peak High School, totaled a record of 250-45 (.847), won seven state titles and 10 region titles

  • In 2013 Lewis was named MaxPreps National Coach of the Year and Naismith National Coach of the Year while leading Lone Peak HS to a 26-1 record, the 5A Utah state title and the MaxPreps National Championship

  • Named the 2009 National Federation of State High School Associations Western Region Coach of the Year

  • Prior to Lone Peak, coached eight years at the collegiate level, helping five teams win 20-plus games and three earn national rankings

Upon graduating from UVU, Coach Seastrand accepted a teaching position at Lehi High School and began helping coach the boys team for the next 8 years.  He was a sophomore coach under Bob Barnes and the head JV coach under Sean Yeager.  After joining Coach Quincy Lewis for one offseason as a varsity assistant, Coach Seastrand had the unexpected opportunity to take the job as the head coach of the girls varsity team.  Coach Seastrand is extremely excited about his new role with the girls varsity team and is looking forward to a great season, and many more to follow.  He is especially excited to see fans back in the stands this year.


Sean is married to his wife Riess and they have two children, Elliott and Trey.  

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