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Posted: Jul 22, 2014 8:25 AMUpdated: Jul 22, 2014 9:25 AM

Stewart Named Boys Basketball Coach

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Clent Stewart has been named Bartlesville High School boys basketball coach.  Stewart will take the reins from longtime head coach Tim Bart who stepped down earlier this month.
Stewart is familiar with the Bartlesville program as he served as Bart’s assistant for two years during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons.
Stewart was a standout basketball player at Union High School where he helped Union capture a 6A State Championship in 2004 while earning State Tournament MVP honors.
Following his stellar career at Union, Stewart went on to star Kansas State University where he was a four-year starter from 2004-2008.  At Kansas State, Stewart won numerous awards and honors.  In 2005, during his freshman campaign, he was named newcomer of the year and also set a freshman single-season assists record.  Stewart was named to the Big 12 All-Academic first team from 2006-2008.  He finished his career with the Wildcats ranking seventh all-time in minutes played and third all-time in assists.
Stewart resides in Bartlesville with his wife Stephanie, the current BHS pom coach.  They have two-year old daughter Aaliyah and are expecting another daughter at the end of August.  He is an IT Recruiting and Training Coordinator at Phillips 66 in Bartlesville.
“Clent certainly brings outstanding experience to our basketball program as well as great character.  I am very excited to have a young talented coach like Clent on the sidelines for BHS,” said BHS athletic director Tim Bart.

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