Kingsbury breaks brother’s assist record

TRENT KINGSBURY brings the ball down court in a game earlier this season. With one regular season game to go, Kingsbury broke the Blackhawk single season assist record formerly held by his older brother.

TRENT KINGSBURY brings the ball down court in a game earlier this season. With one regular season game to go, Kingsbury broke the Blackhawk single season assist record formerly held by his older brother.

Trent Kingsbury, a junior at Sanborn Central High School, broke the Blackhawk single season assist record last Thursday in their win over Mitchell Christian.
Kingsbury currently has 140 assists for the season, with one regular season game and the post-season left. He had a game-high 11 assists in the 70-47 win over the Golden Eagles.
The record he broke was held by his older brother, Tucker Kingsbury, who had 139 in a season. Tucker graduated last spring.
Trent and Tucker are the sons of Kevin and Lynette Kingsbury of Letcher.

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