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    BHSU MBB: McInnis Joins Jackets

    SPEARFISH, S.D. - Black Hills State University head men's basketball coach Jeff Trumbauer has announced the addition of Makaleb McInnis after signing a National Letter of Intent.

    McInnis joins the Yellow Jackets after spending two seasons at Pierce College in Lakewood, Washington. Prior to beginning his collegiate career at Pierce College, McInnis graduated from Olympic High School in Bremerton, Washington.

    At Pierce, the 6-2 guard was a team captain both seasons and averaged 13.1 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game in his sophomore campaign. He was also chosen to play in the NWAC Sophomore All-Star Game.

    "We are very pleased to be adding Makaleb to our program," Trumbauer said. "He is a complete player who has demonstrated the ability to score, create shots for others as well as defend and rebound at a high level.

    "Furthermore, Makaleb is a great young man and is going to bring a high level of maturity and leadership to our team. He did a fantastic job as the captain of his team at Pierce leading them to a 23-7 record this season."

    Prior to Pierce, McInnis was named First Team All-League at Olympic High School and was named the Kitsap County Player of the Year his senior season.

    In addition to basketball, McInnis competed in football and soccer, earning all-league honors in both sports.

    The junior-to-be joins recent signee Dez Stoudamire along with Trey Winkler and Jackson Ehrlin as 2017 signees to the Yellow Jacket men's basketball team.

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