Posted On: 11/9/18 6:30 PM


Independence High finished 5-22 last season.  Few teams in the state cobbled together a more unimpressive record.  The Eagles appear quite a bit better heading into 2018-2019.

The schedule will be difficult once again with Nolensville, Brentwood, Centennial, Franklin, etc. all very challenging foes.  Why can Independence expect more positive outcomes this year?

  • Matt St. Charles has the long, lean look of a basketball scorer.  He moves well at 6-foot-3 and yet this day he barely produced offensively.  Surely he can give more. 
  • Independence plays so cohesively.  Though the team lacks obvious All-District players they attack and defend together. 
  • Great chemistry.   Crisp ball movement and sharp cuts without the ball.
  • Jack Sisson (2019) is always around the ball.  Pictured above #24 has hands that are active and disruptive defensively.   Jack isn’t a burner but he can keep up with guards because he anticipates wonderfully. 


  Name Positions Gr. Ht Wt
1 Matt St. Charles SF, PF Jr. 6-3 165
3 Sam Molnar SG Sr.    
3 Noah Morison SG, PG      
11 Luke Morel SF, SG, PF Sr.    
14 Connor Tharpe SF, PF Jr.    
20 Hrishi Salitri SG, PG Jr.    
20 Jeremiah Barr SF, PF Sr. 6-3 177
23 Preston Garner PG, SG Sr. 5-11 160
24 Jack Sisson SG, SF Sr. 6-2 175
25 Blake Pruitt SG, PG Sr. 6-1 150
25 Trey St.Charles SG, SF Jr. 6-0 165
31 Connor Rudolph C Sr.    
32 Kamden Bynum C, PF   6-3 195
33 Graham Ries      




St. Charles definitely possesses the capacity to score among the team leaders.