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am Wes Pulliam, I have spent 18 years coaching basketball and football in private schools prior to getting into public education in 2000. My coaching career consist of Westmoore, Ampo, Newcastle, Chickasha, Moss and Ninnekah. My goal is to bring discipline and fundamentals to the entire program and actively use basketball to mold young people to be accountable role models. In building a program you have to do three things in my opinion, teach and learn how to practice, teach and learn how to compete, and teach and learn how to win. These are stages of progress in any program that strives for success. My passion is to create an environment for success by hard work and build relationships that will last beyond high school years.

Ethan Christian

Jennifer Garner


Coach Chaney is in her 3rd  year with Ninnekah, coaching High School and Middle School Softball and Girls Basketball as well as helping with the boys program. 

  • After graduating from Ninnekah High School in 2010, Chaney attended Western Oklahoma State Junior College on a girls basketball scholarship for two years, then she transferred to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma to finish her collegiate basketball career. She obtained a Bachelor's degree in English with a minor in Education and Spanish. Coach Chaney led her Mission Basketball AAU program for 5 years before deciding to coach at Ninnekah. When the job opening at Ninnekah arose, she jumped at the chance to come back.  Coach Chaney is an advocate for all sports and  believes it builds character and discipline. Coach Chaney believes teams work best when they are based on family values (teamwork), giving 100% effort whether in the gym, on the field or in the classroom, and being disciplined. Coach Chaney’s wishes for the sports programs is that they will continue to build confidence and morale that will have any team succeeding.