MILLBROOK COACHING STAFF
CHRISTOPHER DAVIS - VARSITY HEAD COACH
19TH SEASON COACHING AT MILLBROOK HIGH SCHOOL
Coach Davis enters his 21st season as a basketball coach at Millbrook High School, and his fifth as head varsity coach. Davis took over as the program's head coaching duties on April 3rd, 2017 after 16 years as both a junior varsity head coach, and an associate head coach at the varsity level. The Wildcats won the 2021 4A Men's Basketball State Championship in Davis' fourth season. He is a three-time Conference Coach of the Year, the 2019 NCBCA District Coach of the Year, the 2017 NCHSAA Homer Thompson "Eight Who Make A Difference" award winner, and has a career varsity record of 86-19 entering the 2021-22 season.
In 2018-19 Davis guided Millbrook to a perfect 24-0 regular season, the program's highest national ranking (#24 by USA Today), a Cap-7 Conference championship, an appearance in the NCHSAA final four and he was named a finalist for the MaxPreps' National Coach of the Year Award.
Davis has three career NCHSAA 4A State Championship appearances including a championship in 2021 following a 67-65 overtime victory over Ardrey Kell.Tf
The AAU basketball circuit is where Davis, a graduate of Enloe High School and North Carolina State University caught his big break. Starting as an AAU coach in 1992, Davis found himself coaching in the 17U AAU National Championship by 1999 with the Raleigh Heat, a club headlined by Shavlik Randolph.
Randolph, along with Eric Williams, Anthony Richardson, JJ Redick, Michael Thompson, Matt Walsh, and Sean Dockery have all gone from playing under Davis to appearing in the McDonald’s All-American Game.
72 former Wildcats have moved on to play collegiate athletics at the next level including 19 active college and professional basketball alumni such as Chris Clemons, Trejon Jacob, Eric van der Heijden, and East Tennessee State University head Women's Basketball coach Simon Harris.
Davis is the 13th head basketball in Millbrook history.
JAMAL WILLIAMS - HEAD JUNIOR VARSITY COACH
9TH SEASON COACHING AT MILLBROOK HIGH SCHOOL
Coach Williams enters his ninth season as an assistant coach at Millbrook, and his first as the head coach of the Junior Varsity program. He has coached basketball, track, and football between schools in both Virginia and North Carolina. Prior to the 2013-14 season, Jamal joined the basketball program at Millbrook after a stint at his alma mater, Randolph Henry High School in Charlotte Court House, Virginia.
He currently serves as Junior Varsity head coach and Varsity assistant coach. He has helped lead the Wildcats to six conference championships, four appearances in the 4A Eastern Regional finals, and one state championship title.
Since Williams joined the program, 32 players have gone on to play college football or basketball including three alumni who are actively playing professional basketball (Chris Clemons, Trejon Jacob, Faison Brock).
Williams, a faculty member at Millbrook High School, is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where he attended following a college basketball career at Southside Virginia Community College.
TIM BLOUGH - VARSITY ASSISTANT COACH
10TH SEASON COACHING AT MILLBROOK HIGH SCHOOL
Coach Blough enters his fifth season as a Varsity assistant coach, and tenth overall season as a coach in the Millbrook Basketball program, having also served as an assistant at both the Junior Varsity and Freshman Team levels.
Since joining the Varsity staff in 2018-19, 14 Wildcats have gone on to play either college football or basketball. Blough was a integral part of Millbrook 2021 state championship run.
The 2021-22 season is Blough's 16th year involved in basketball after a two year stint as an official, and three year stint as a Freshman/JV level coach back home in Michigan. While up north, he also served eight years as a JV/Varsity head softball coach.
Away from the Wildcat Gymnasium, Blough serves as a science teacher, assistant Athletic Director, and head Softball coach.
GARY NOBLES - FRESHMAN HEAD COACH
8TH SEASON COACHING AT MILLBROOK HIGH SCHOOL
Coach Nobles enters his seventh season as the head coach of the Millbrook Freshman Team, and his eighth season in the program.
Nobles is a member of the Cary High School Athletic Hall of Fame. He was inducted in 2011 after starting three seasons for the Imps Basketball team. He was a two-time all-metro selection, and he was twice named to the Raleigh Times Holiday Invitational all-tournament team. As a junior in 1977, he took home the honors after averaging 20 points per game during the tournament. In his high school career at Cary, he amassed 1,062 career points, and was named to the all-state team during his senior season in which he averaged 19 points, and 9 rebounds per contest.
He was an all-conference track member as a junior, and he went on to have a successful collegiate career at Lenoir-Rhyne University, where he would graduate in 1983.
Phillip Burwell and Adrian Scarborough have both gone from playing on the Freshman team to playing basketball at the collegiate level in Nobles' tenure.