Silo hires former SE star Dworsky as new coach

Photo by Dan Hoke, courtesy SE Sports Info.

BRYAN COUNTY – A face familiar to Southeastern basketball fans will soon be patrolling the sidelines not too far from Bloomer Sullivan Arena.

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On Monday, Silo High School has announced the new head coach for the boys basketball team – Adam Dworsky. He follows Bobby Weil, who recently stepped down to take a position at Kiowa.

Dworsky followed his time at Southeastern by playing professionally in Europe in the Montenegro-Erste Liga.

Dworsky had a stellar career at Southeastern and was named the Great American Conference Player of the Year in 2022. He is also at the top of the list for assists single game, single season and career in the record book for both Southeastern and the GAC. With 884 career assists, his name is fifth on the list in the Division II record book.

Dworsky was named to the All-GAC team and All-Region team three times. He was also an Academic All-American.

“I’m just so excited and thankful to be back in this area, back in Bryan County,” Dworsky said. “In my time playing at Southeastern, I learned to love and appreciate everything about this community and to develop some great relationships.

“I’m looking forward to being back in the area and starting my coaching career here.”

The new Rebels coach was an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was the Male Athlete of the Year twice during his time as a member of the Savage Storm.

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